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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

U>,$ .COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

\ OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

Dramatic Compositions 

AND 

Motion Pictures 



VOLUME 7 

FOR THE YEAR 1934 

Nos. 1-12 




Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1935 



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1-637 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D," Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class " M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L," Class I, Motion-picture photographs; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; " © 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
" shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part I, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1934, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C., by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested 
by such claimant prior to December 31, 1934. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D.G. 



CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A.W.O.L. See Lost in a war. 

Aaron's cello ; a 3-act play, by H. A. 
Gaul. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934 ; D 25980 ; 
Harriet Avery Gaul, Pittsburgh. 1 

Abelard and Heloise : a dramatic play 
in 5 acts, by A. S. W. Flint. New 
version. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1933; D 
26044; Anne Susan Weed Flint, 
Albany. 2 

Abie's Irish twins ; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by Ivan Royylez [pseud, of 
T. E. H. Black] and A. Cory. © 1 
c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 26234; Thomas 
E. H. Black and Andrew Cory, 
Detroit. 3 

Across the ages ; a pageant in 5 scenes 
with prologue and epilogue, by I. 
D. R. Hazel. The 1st of. a series of 
pageants, depicting the spread of 
the Gospel throughout church his- 
tory. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1934 ; D 26347 ; 
Inez Dudley Rogers Hazel, Austin, 
Tex. 4 

Act your age ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by E. Maronde and B. Bard. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 26377; 
Eleanor Maronde, San Marino, 
Calif., and Ben Bard, Los Angeles. 

5 

Actress (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
Carola Bell. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1934 ; 
D 26349; Carola Bell Williams, 
Ossining, N.Y. 6 

Age (The) of innocents; a musical 
satire in 3 acts with a short pro- 
logue, text and music by W. Ions. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 28604; Wil- 
loughby Ions, Fairfax, Va. 7 

Agnes Sorel ; a poetic drama in 5 acts, 
by A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
D 26077; Antoinette Scudder, New- 
ark, N.J. 8 

Alimony deferred ; an original comedy 
in a prologue and 2 acts, by J. T. 
Millan. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1934; D 
26228; Jack T. Millan, Hollywood, 
Calif. 9 

American black chamber; dramatiza- 
tion h" H. O. Yardley and C. Grabo 



of the book of the same name, by 
H. O. Yardley. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26024; Herbert Osborn Yardley, 
Wortiiington, Ind. 10 

Amore e dolore ; melodramme in 3 
atti di F. Marchese. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1934; D 26317; Frank Marchese, 
Philadelphia. 11 

And let who will be clever ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Alden Nash Tnseud. of] 
(Alvin Julian Asher) © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1934; D 26340; Alvin Julian 
Asher, Los Angeles. 12 

Anti-climax ; a comedy in 2 acts, by H. 

Johnsrud. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 

26233 ; Harold Johnsrud, New York. 

13 

Antidote (The) ; a comedy in 1 act. by 
L. J. Huber. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1934; 
D 26008; Louis J. Huber, Altoona, 
Pa. 14 

April ; a play in 3 acts, by Harold 
Goddard. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1933; D 
259S4; Harold C. Goddard, Swarth- 
more, Pa. 15 

Arabian (The) knight; or, From the 
minaret, episodes 1-15, a series of 
radio sketches, by W. F. Folmer. © 
1 c. Dec. 27, 1933 ; D 26195 ; Walter 
F. Folmer, Rochester, N.Y. 16 

Argent de suite ! comedie en 1 acte 
et trois journees [par] Gabriel 
d'Hervilliez. (In La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 648) © Nov. 4, 1933; 1 c. 
Dec. 28; D 26102; Gabriel d'Her- 
villiez, Paris. 17 

As it comes ; a play in 3 acts, by H. H. 
Dau. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; D 26022 ; 
Helen Hibbard Dau, New York. 18 

As the bird flies ; a sketch, bv S. C. K. 
Pettit. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
25970; Sarah C. K. Pettit, Pitts- 
burgh. 19 

As the Romans did ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Elizabeth and Antoinette 
Throckmorton [i.e. E. T. Cooke and 
Antoinette Throckmorton] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1934; D 26302; Elizabeth 
Throckmorton Cooke, Morristown, 
N.J. 20 



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pt. i. v. 7 



At the race-track ; a comedy sketch 
and patter for radio and pictures, by 
C. Lean. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934; D 
2G327; Cecil Lean, New York. 21 

Aunt Glory's cabin ; a play by M. J. 
Jefferson. © 1 e. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
25961 ; Mary J. Jefferson, St. Louis. 

Auto camp; a 1-act play, by Michael 
Forbes [pseud, of M. Mackendrick] 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 26134; 
Marda Mackendrick, Mill Valley, 
Calif. 23 

Autumn eve ; a plav in 3 acts, bv A. 
Schneider. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1934 ; D 
26189; Albert Schneider, Wee- 
hawken, N.J. 24 

Azorian (The) ; a musical-comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Dr. S. Cardoso 
de Silva. New Bedford, Mass.. 
Diario de noticias [1933] 37, [1] p. 
illus. 4to. Text. © Dec. 10, 1933 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18; D 26062; S. Cardoso 
de Silva, Oak Bluffs, Mass. 25 

Babakan ; a lyric comedy in 1 act, by 
Leolyn Louise Everett [i. e. L. L. E. 
Spelman] and T. M. Spelman. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1934 ; D 26229 ; Timothy 
Mather Spelman, Harrison, N.Y. 26 

Back to Bangkok ; or. Fortnight in 
Siam, operetta in 3 acts, text by J. 
J. Cummins, music bv N. H. Vincent. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6. 1934; D 28602; Joseph 
J. Cummins and Nathaniel H. Vin- 
cent, Los Angeles. 27 

Baren ; schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Lars Hansen und Karl Holter. Aus 
dem norwegischen iiberstetzt von 
Per Schwenzcn. © 1 e. Jan. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26175 ; S. Fischer verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 28 

Barabbas ; a religious drama for 
Easter and other occasions, by Mat- 
tie B. Shannon. Dayton. O., 1934. 
16 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 2. 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 10; D 26171; Lorenz 
pub. co.. Dayton, Oo. 29 

Beautiful, but dumb : a play in 3 acts, 
by I. L. Singer. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 : 
I» 26027; Irving L. Singer, Oakland, 
Calif. 30 

Beethoven ; a drama in 4 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by C. Westel. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 26036; 
Charles Westel. Philadelphia. 31 

Before dawn ; a drama in 1 act, by N. 
Whiteman. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1934; 
D 26060: Nathaniel Whiteman. 
Philadelphia. 32 



Beggars might ride; a play in 3 acts. 
by Harding Davis [pseud, of F. N. 
Harris] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1934: D 
261")!): Frederick Naylon Harris, 
Brooklyn. 33 

Bells (The) of El Carmelo: pageant- 
drama on the life of Junipero Serra 
at El Carmelo mission, in 6 episodes, 
by A. L. Van Houtte. © 1 c. Jan. 
25. 1934; D 26290; Albert Leon Van 
Houtte, San Francisco. 34 

Bells (The) of the Madonna; by Belle 
R. Laverack, incidental music for 
bells, pipe and song, by Mary Gail 
Clark. Boston. 1933. 4 p. 1., 55 p. 
illus., diagrs. S vo. Contains 
music. © Dec. 30, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 
1934: jiff. Jan. 4; A 68739; Beacon 
press, inc., Boston. 34* 

Benny Blarney ; scripts 1. 2. a radio 
series, by B. Friedenthal. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1934; D 26287; Bernard 
Friedenthal, Baltimore. 35 

Bert's chance via love; a playlet in 3 
acts, by N. E. Branker. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1934; D 26033; Naomi Estelle 
Branker, Brooklyn. 36 

Bettlerkonig (Der) ; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Christian Siemens. © 1 
c. Jan. 9. 1934; D 26177; Drei mas- 
ken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 37 

Big business and the soldier; a play 
in 4 acts, by H. W. Brent. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4. 1934; D 2595S ; Harry Wilson 
Brent, Topeka, Kan. 38 

Big hearted Herbert: a comedy in 3 
acts, rev. version of : A plain man 
and his wife, by Sophie Kerr [i. e. 
y. K. Underwood] and Anna Steese 
Richardson. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 1034: 
D 26341: Sophie Kerr Underwood, 
New York. 39 

Big (The) sweep; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. M. Brennan. Dublin & Cork, 
The Talbot press limited [1933] 2 

p. I.. 7-02 p. 12 mo. © Mar. 31. 
1033: 1 e. Dec. 21: D 2606:;: Mat- 
thew Michael Brennan. Dublin, Ire- 
land. 40 

Blindman's holiday: a play in .", acts, 
by K. Murphy. © 1 c. .Ian. 26. 1984 : 
I) 26304; Kathleen Murphv. Ida 
Grove. la. 41 

Blonde (The) little devil: operetta in 
2 acts, by M. Sulzberger. Text. 

jyopx 2 px yoyiysx ;pM» -lyrixVa -vjn 

.-lynyaxVio *a jid ,jyo px d'» 

© 1 c. Jan. 3. 1934; 1) 25987; May 

Sulzberger, New York. 42 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1934 



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Blue kid gloves ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Mabel Gray. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1934; 
D 26188; Mabel Elizabeth Gray, Al- 
bia, la. 43 

Bluebirds in the forest court ; operetta 
in 3 acts for children, words and 
music by Otis M. Carrington. Red- 
wood City, Calif., 1934. 55 p. illus. 
4to. © Jan. 12, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; 
D 28595 ; Myers & Carrington, Red- 
wood City, Calif. 44 

Boat (The) builders; a 1-act comedy 
of youth and mystery, by George 
Henry Trader. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., etc.] 1933. 
36 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 5, 1933 ; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 25925; Samuel 
French, New York. 45 

Bonds; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. L. 
Hornung. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 

26038; Maude Langstaff Hornung, 
New York. 46 

Bronx (The) express; a comedy in 

3 acts, by Ossip Dymow, tr. by 
Samuel R. Golding and adapted by 
Owen Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934 ; 
D 26136; John B. Smiley, Los 
Angeles. 47 

Brott (Ett) See Tva tidsdramer. 

Brown topaz; episodes 1-15, a play 
for radio, by F. D. Singler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1934; D 25922; Frances D. 
Singler, Minneapolis. 48 

Bruder Straubinger; operette in 3 
akten (vier bilder) naeh M. West 
und J. Schnitzer, von Wilhelm Sterk. 
Musik von Edmund Eysler. Vollstan- 
diger klavierauszug mit text. Leip- 
zig [1933] 2 v. [Libretto] 4to. [Vo- 
cal score] fol. © Dec. 9, 1933; 1 c. 
Dec. 26 ; D 28591 ; Josef Weinberger, 
Vienna. 49 

But not for love; a play in 2 acts, by 
Jane Ker [pseud, of M. L. Ker] 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1934 ; D 26156 ; Mary 
Lilian Ker, Los Angeles. 50 

Calling all cars ; episode 5. The 
Cookie Vejar killing, a series of ra- 
dio sketches, by William Robson. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1934 ; D 26358 ; Hixson- 
O'Donnell-Seymour, inc., Los An- 
geles. 51 



Camera. 



Death Valley clays. 



Canal boat Sal; by J. B. Barton. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1934; D 26310; John B. 
Barton, St. James, N.Y. 52 

Carry on! script 1, a radio comedy- 
drama serial, by D. O'Connor. © 



1 c. Jan. 30, 1934; D 26345; Daisy 
O'Connor, Brooklyn, 53 

Case history ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by V. Caspary. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1934; D 26227; Vera Caspary, 
New York. 54 

Case (The) of Harry Hay ward. See 
Gay (The) nineties. 

Cathedral (The) ; a sketch, by Vin- 
cent McConnor [i. e. J. V. McConnor] 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934 ; D 26241 ; John 
Vincent McConnor, New York. 55 

Chandu, the magician ; episodes 551- 
600, a series of radio sketches, by 
Harry A. Earnshaw and Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934; D 
26040; Earnshaw-Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 56 

Chang Fu, wise man of China, sage of 
the ages ; a radio sketch, idea and 
plot by Walter Vincent, dialogue by 
Walter Vincent and Bruce Reynolds. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1934 ; D 26055 ; Wal- 
ter Whittle Vincent, New York. 57 

Cherry (The) tart; a 1-act play, by 
A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; 
D 26081; Antoinette Scudder, New- 
ark, N.J. 58 

Chimera ; an opera in 1 act, libretto by 
E. Margerie Scott, music by Holmes- 
Tidy [i. e. V. Holmes-Tidy Hughes- 
Hallett] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1934; D 
28599; Violet Holmes-Tidy Hughes- 
Hallett, Detroit. 59 

Choice (The) of a super-man. See 
Tavern (The) 

Chopin: Sacrifice to love; a play about 
George Sand and Chopin in 2 acts, 
by I. K. Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1934; D 26089; Irving Kaye Davis, 
New York. 60 

Christina ; a play in 3 acts, by Frances 
Winwar [i. e. F. W. Grebanier] © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1934 ; D 25956 ; Frances 
Winwar Grebanier, New York. 61 

Christmas; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation, Angelo Patri 
program, Dec. 24, 1933) © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1934; D 26185; Angelo Patri, 
New York. 62 

Christmas (A) fantasy; three pictures 
of Christmas with a prelude, two in- 
terludes and an epilogue, by E. Bur- 
bidge. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1934 ; D 25960 ; 
Edith Burbidge, Larchmont, N.Y. 63 



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pt. i, v. 7 



Christmas gift; a play for small chil- 
dren in schools and Sunday schools, 
by Harriet G. Kirby. Louisville, 
Ky., John P. Morton & company, 

1933. 2 p. 1., 12 p. 8vo. © Dec. 22, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 26300; 
Harriet G. Kirby, Louisville. 64 

Christmas spirits, 1933 ; Eagle feath- 
ers, a comedy with music, the book 
of the show and general direction by 
John R. Heath, lyrics by Morton J. 
Barnard, Richard Bentley, John D. 
Black [and others] Monologue for 
Squire Higgins, by George W. Swain. 
The Zilch plan by John J. Yowell. 
40 p. 8vo. Caption-title. Text. © 
Dec. 18, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 
25936 ; Chicago bar assn., Chicago. 

65 

City (The) of the dead; or, A voice 
from the tomb, a play in 3 acts, by 
Fred O. Pfankuchen. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1934 ; D 26346 ; F. O. Pfankuchen, 
New Orleans. 66 

Clarke's complete minstrel show ; v. 2, 
comp. and ed. by Clarke Van Ness. 
[Words and music] by Lou Hersch- 
er, Allen Taub, Ben Gordon, Clarke 
Van Ness [and others] New York, 

1934. cover-title, 34, [4] p. illus., 
diagrs. fol. © Jan. 26, 1934; 2 c. 
Jan. 17 ; D 28593 ; Riaito music pub. 
co., New York. 67 

Coast to coast bus ; a play in 2 acts, by 
A. Cowles. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 1934; 
D 26149; Albert Cowles, New York. 

68 

Collaborator wanted ; a romantic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by S. Komroff. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1934 ; D 26161 ; Sophia Kom- 
roff, Brooklyn. 69 

College (The) rumor; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. S. Graham. © 1 c. Dec. 
26, 1933 : D 26313 ; John S. Graham, 
St. Louis. 70 

Collegiate extravaganza ; by Arland 
Jenkins. Portland, Me., 1933. 
cover-title. 21 numb. 1. Svo. © 
Nov. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; D 26138 ; 
Debaters information bureau, Port- 
land, Me. 71 

Colonial (A) conspiracy. Sec Wash- 
ington carries on. 

Come easy; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Felicia Metcalfe. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., etc.] 1933. 
99 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library ed.]) © Dec. 13, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 25933; 
Samuel French, New York. 72 



Come of age ; the text of a drama in 
words and music [in 3 acts] by 
Clemence Dane [pseud, of W. Ash- 
ton] and Richard Addinsell. On 
cover: Clemence Dane — author of 
words and Richard Addinsell — au- 
thor of music. Text. © 1 c Dec. 
12, 1933 ; D 26041 ; Winifred Ashton, 
London. 73 

Comedy (The) of terrors; a play in 
7 scenes, by O. K. Robinson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1934 ; D 26291 ; Olga Kelsey 
Robinson, Menlo Park, Calif. 74 

Commedie (Le) ; v. 1, 2, [di] Ludovico 
Ariosto, con VIII tavole fuori testo 
a cura di Michele Catalano. Bo- 
logna, 1933. 2 v. plate, facsims. 
Svo. Dramatic contents. — v. 1. 
Commedie in prosa : La Cassaria. — 
I suppositi. — Commedie in versi : La 
('assaria. — I suppositi. — v. 2. II 
negromante (I redazione) II negro- 
mante (II redazione). — La Lena. — 
I studenti. — La scolastica. — L'imper- 
fetta. © each Nov. 10, 1933; 1 c. 
each Dec. 9 ; D 23059, 23060 ; Nicola 
Zanichelli, s. a., Bologna, Italy. 

74* 

Companionate divorce : a comedy in 3 
acts, by V. Rives. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1934; D 26336; Yaun Rives. Los 
Angeles. 75 

Conquete (La) de l'Angleterre ; cliro- 
nique de France en 5 actes [par] 
Paul Fort. [Paris. 1933] 882, [2| 
p. 12mo. (Ballades franchises) © 
Oct. 20. 1933 ; 1 c. Nov. If. ; D 26141 : 
Ernest Flammarion, Paris. 76 

Consorts et al; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. N. C Fowler. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1934; I) 25921; Albert N. C Fowler. 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 77 

Convict (The) band: a sketch, by J. 
Rachman and W. Langford. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12. 1934; 1> 262(11: Jules Rach- 
man and Wylie Langford, Lancaster, 
Neb. 78 

Convinced: a 1-act drama by Mr. and 
Mrs. S. P. McNaoght. [1934] 2 p. 1, 
S numb. 1., 1 1. 4to. Contains music. 
Caption-title. © Jan. S. 1934; 2 c. 
Jan. 8; I> 26020; S. P. McNaught 
and Ethel Johnston McNaught, 
Worthington. ( >. 79 

Cooked news: a play in 3 acts, by .7. 
P.rookman. © 1 c. Jan. :;. 1934; 
D 25982; Jerome Brookman, New 

York. 80 

Cookie (The) Yejar killing. See Call- 
ing all cars. 



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Count (The) ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by W. Galyon, jr. ©1 c. Jan. 
17, 1934; D 26163; Walter Galyon, 
jr., Fountain City, Tenn. 81 

Croxton Hall; comedy in 3 acts and 
an epilogue, by Townsend Bnrwell 
[i. e. J. T. Burwell] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1934 ; D 26378 ; John Townsend Bur- 
well, Millwood, Va. 82 

Cynthia's present ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. F. Hoffman. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1934 ; D 25969 ; Rose Florence Hoff- 
man, Brooklyn. 83 

Dance (A) by moonlight; a 1-act play 
by A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
D 26084; Antoinette Scudder, New- 
ark, N.J. 84 

Dangerous (A) wife; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. W. Eddy and W. A. Orr. © 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1934 ; D 26332 ; William 
A. Orr and Arthur W. Eddy, New 
York. 85 

Dash (A) of vanity, and other mono- 
logues; by Eve Brethertn. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc., etc., 1933] 
93 p. 12mo. © Nov. 27, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 2, 1934; A 67820; 
Samuel French, New York. 85* 

Days without end; [by] Eugene 
O'Neill. New York, Random house 
[1934] 157 p. Svo. © Jan. 17, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 27; D 26299; Eu- 
gene O'Neill, Sea Island, Ga. 86 

Dead (The) insist on living; a play in 
6 scenes, by Seymour Walclman. 
New York city, Gotham house, inc., 
1933. 157 p. front. Svo. © Feb. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Sept. 23; D 25924; 
Seymour Waldman, Washington. 

87 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Eriekson, inc. 
Nov. 30, 1933. The Holy Terror's 
Thanksgiving. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934 ; 
D 26364; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 88 

Dec. 7, 1933. A Paiute and 

a plug hat. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; 
D 26365; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 89 

Dec. 14, 1933. Love 'em and 

leave 'em. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; 
D 26366; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 90 

Dec. 21, 1933. Rates on re- 
quest. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 
26367; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 91 

412.18—34 2 



——Dec. 28, 1933. Snowbound. 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 26368; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 92 

Jan. 4, 1934. With the Old 

Ranger's compliments. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1934; D 26369; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 93 

-Jan. 11, 1934. Wanted: 

Lady entertainer. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1934; D 26370; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 94 

Jan. 18, 1934. Camera. © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1934 ; D 26371 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 95 

Jan. 25, 1934. Purple and 

fine linen. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; 
D 26372 ; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 96 

■ Feb. 1, 1934. Shave 'an hair- 
cut. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934 ; D 26373 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

97 

Devil (The) who saw God; by Richard 
L. Masten. Wm. Dave Cooke and 
Peter O'Crotty [1933] 3 p. 1., 79 
p. Svo. © Dec. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1934; D 25937; Richard L. Mas- 
ten, Carmel, Calif. 98 

Dilly-dallier (The) ; a sketch in 3 
scenes and a dance prologue, by Eve 
Warren [pseud, of E. G. Walters] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1934; D 26148; Eve 
Grace Walters, New York. 99 

Dirty beggar; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Hefter. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 
26105; Joseph William Hefter, Chi- 
cago. 100 

Doctor Fantasia ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by W. Ferris. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934; 

D 25938 ; Walter Ferris, Lyme, Conn. 

101 

Dr. Psycho vs. Will Tell, the mental 
marvel; serious and comedy mind 
reading act for radio presentation, 
by F. E. Yasah. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1934; D 26274; F. E. Yasah, New 
York. 102 

Dogaressa (La) Teodora ; a 1-act 
play, by A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1934 ; D 260S5 ; Antoinette Scud- 
der, Newark, N. J. 103 

Doll's (A) dream (Sueno de una mu- 
neca) ; a musical fantasy in 1 act, 
English and Spanish lyrics by Dan- 
iel Venegas. music by S. O. Loredo. 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1933 ; D 285S9 ; San- 
tiago Olguin Loredo, Los Angeles. 
104 



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Double bubble ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. Southgate. © 1 e. Dec. 22, 1933 ; 
D 25940; Howard Southgate, Troy, 
N. Y. 105 

Drama of the desert ; a play in 5 acts, 
by E. B. Goodman. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1934; D 26160; James Rolph, jr., 
Sacramento. 106 

Dramas in twenty volumes, v. XII, 
XIII, by Lincoln Hulley. DeLand, 
Fia., The E. O. Painter printing co., 
1933. 2 v. 12mo. Contents. — v. 

XII. 56. Mother o'inine. 57. Father 
Dominick. 58. San Gabriel's sun-dial. 
59. Clarence, you look like a mill- 
lion. 60. Wise fool. The. — v. XIII 
61. Killiebegs. 62. The jungle king. 
63. Oh for a day with Julia. 64. 
Dutch Anderson. 65. Jonathan's 
quest, v. XII, © Dec. 14, 1933; v. 

XIII, © Dec. 20; v. XIII, 2 c. each 
and affs. Jan. 5, 1934; A 67835, 
67836 ; Lincoln Hulley, DeLand, Fla. 

106* 

Dzieii matki ; melodramacik w 2 ak- 
tach dla, dzieci, napisal J. S. Ziel- 
inski. Chicago, 1933. 16 p. 12mo. 
© Dee. 11, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; 
D 25902; Wladyslaw H. Sajewski, 
Chicago. 107 

Eagle feathers. See Christmas spirits, 
1933. 

Eagle (The) in the nest. Sec Napo- 
leon. 

Easter (The) guest; a program of 
song and story, story and lyrics by 
M. Barbara Steuart [pseud, of Mat- 
tic B. Shannon] Music by Norman 
Lighthill [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] 
New York, Dayton, O.. 1934. 19 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 2. 1934; 2 c. Jan. 10; 
D 28594; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
O. 108 

Eeole (L') des maris. See School 
(The) for husbands. 

English (The) Washingtons ; a sketch, 
by S. C. K. Pettit. © 1 c Jan. 4. 
1934; D 25972; Sarah C. K. Pettit. 
Pittsburgh. 109 

Everglades; an historical tragedy, by 
John F. Alexander. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1934 ; D 26018 ; Carolina playmakers. 
inc., Chapel Hill, N.C. 110 

Everlasting (The) nay; a play in 3 
acts, by M. E. Ringnalda. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27. 1934 ; D 2632!) : Margo Eliza- 
beth Ringnalda, New York. Ill 

F 'land's sake ; continuity DOS. 1-26, 
a radio play, by B. E. Hacquoil. © 



1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 26268; B. Es- 
telle Hacquoil, Brooklyn. 112 

Failing (The) child; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
Antrelo Patri [program] Dec. 31, 
1933) © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26186; Angelo Patri, New York. 113 

Faith ; a melodrama in 1 act, by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. Boston. 
Mass. [1934] 3 p. 1., 9-29 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 8, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 24; D 
26298; Drama guild publishers, 
Boston. 114 

Fastest (The) thing afloat: a play in 
4 acts, by S. J. Warshawsky. Rev. 
version. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1934; D 
26016; Samuel Jesse Warshawsky, 
New York. 115 

Fate and destiny: a play for motion 
pictures in 7 episodes, by E. D. Ack- 
erly. © 1 c. Jan. 4. 1934 ; D 25958 : 
Emma D. Ackerly, New York. 116 

Father Fish ; a play in 3 acts, by Ana 
and Morris Grupp. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1934; D 26338; Ana and Morris M. 
Grupp, San Francisco. 117 

Fear of people; by A. Patri. (The 
Cream of wheat corporation. Aim l<> 
Patri program, Dec. 10, 1933) © 
1 c. Jan. 19. 1934; D 26183 : A. Patri. 
New York. 118 

Fifty fifty ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Searl Allen and J. J. Le Fevre. © 
1 e. Jan. 4, 1934: D 25979; John 
Jules Le Fevre, Freeport, N. Y. 

119 

Fight, team, fight! a play in 2 acts, 
by A. Janowitz. © 1 e. Jan. 8; 1984 : 
D 26011; Abraham Janowitz. Brook- 
lyn. 120 

Finale (The) ; a comedy in 3 ads. by 
Packey O'Gatty [pseud, of P. Agati] 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1934: D 2627(> : Pas- 
quale Agati, New York. 121 

Fixer (The) : a rollicking farce in 3 
aets. by Wilbur Braun. Minneapo- 
lis, Minn., 1934. 102 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 8. 1934: 2 c. Jan. 11; 
D 26097: Northwestern press. Min- 
neapolis. 122 

Flights of the kronoskope; Series A, 
Event no. 1, radio broadcast fea- 
ture, by T. Miranda. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1934; D 26107; Tom Miranda. Los 
Angeles. 123 

Flossie Crittenden men's auxiliary 
food shoppe; a sketch, by G. W. 



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144 



Emery. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26215; George W. Emery, Lexing- 
ton, Mass. 124 

Flying circus ; a 2-act musical comedy, 
by F. B. Skillman. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1934 ; D 26375 ; Fay Barker 
Skillman, Swampscott, Mass. 125 

Folks next door; episodes 1-33, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by M. B. 
Dumas. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1933; D 
25993 ; Mollie Bell Dumas, Memphis. 
Tenn. 126 

Ford sales sketch ; a radio program, by 
McCann-Erickson, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1834; D 26006; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 127 

Fortnight in Siam. See Back to Bang- 
kok. 

Foul is fair; a comedy of college life, 
by R. T. Hayden and R. M. Coch- 
rane. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934 ; D 26315 ; 
Roger T. Hayden and Richard M. 
Cochrane, Melrose, Mass. 128 



Free and equal; a drama in 3 acts, by 
M. I. Strunsky. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; 
D 25964 ; Maurice I. Strunsky, New 
York. 129 

Freedom ; a play in 2 acts, by Isabel 
Anderson (Mrs. Larz Anderson) 
Medford, Mass., C. A. A. Parker, 
1933. 7 p. 1., 11-85 p. 12mo. © 
Dec. 28, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
26351 ; Isabel Anderson, Boston. 

130 

Freiheit; by K. Heisler. 

.oyjyxo 3 ]»k b->3w x ;B"fl>ns 
© 1 c. Jan. 23. 1934 ; D 26273 ; Kal- 
man Heisler, New York. 131 

From the minaret. See Arabian 
knight. 

Gangway ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. McLean. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934 ; 
D 26330; Douglas McLean, Phila- 
delphia. 132 

Gateway (The) of hope; a religious 

drama in 3 acts, by W. F. Mason. © 

1 c. Jan. 3, 1934 ; D 25963 ; Wendell 

F. Mason, Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

133 

Gay (The) nineties; a series of radio 
presentations, by Earle R. Buell. 
episode 1. The queen of song— Ade- 
lina Patti. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1934 ; D 
26293; F. Isabelle Nelson, Minne- 
apolis. 134 

episode 2. The case of 

Harry Hayward. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 



1934; D 26294; F. Isabelle Nelson, 
Minneapolis. 135 

Gentleman (The) from Indiana ; a com- 
edy drama in 4 acts, by E. E. Rose, 
dramatized from the novel by Booth 
Tarkington. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; 
D 26135; Edward E. Rose and 
Dorothy S. Rose, Fremont, Wis. 136 

Gentleman (A) of France; comedy 
drama in 4 acts, dramatized by E. 
E. Rose from the novel of the same 
title, by Stanley Weyman. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2. 1934; D 26318; Edward E. 
Rose and Dorothy S. Rose, Fre- 
mont, Wis. 137 

Gift (The) of her grace; a 1-act play, 
by A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1934; D 26080; Antoinette Scudder. 
Newark, N. J. 138 

Gioielli della madonna. See Schmuck 
(Der) madonna. 

Gipsie (The) queen's oath; a dramatic 
composition in 1 act, by P. De Voe. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1934 ; D 26295 ; Pas- 
qualina De Voe, New York. 139 

Girl (The) of the golden West; a play 
in 4 acts, bv David Belasco. New 
York, N. Y'., Los Angeles, Calif, 
[etc.] Samuel French, inc., 1933. 
167 p. diagrs. 12mo. ([French's 
standard library ed.l) © July 20', 
1933 ; 2 c. Oct. 19 ; D 25991 ; David 
Belasco literary trust, Benjamin F. 
Boeder, trustee, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new matter 
added regarding production prop- 
erty, electrical idiots, scene designs, 
by Charles O'Brien Kennedy] 140 

Glory be damned ! a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by David Blaufox [i.e. 
J. D. Blaufox] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26068; J. David Blaufox, New 
York. 141 

Gold (The) rush; a sketch, by S. G. 
Keenan. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
25975; Sophie G. Keenan, Pitts- 
burgh. 142 

Good neighbors ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Maude and Virginia West- 
brook. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 
26153; Maude C. Westbrook, New- 
ark, N. J. 143 

Great (The) American play; a play in 
3 acts, by Bill Shiffrin [i.e. W. Shif- 
frin] and H. I. Kaplan. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1934; D 26048; William Shif- 
frin and Harriet I. Kaplan, New 
York. 144 



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Great possessions. See What lack I 
yet? 

Greatest (The) of these; a modern 
drama in 3 acts, by G. F. Whitcomb. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2. 1934 ; D 26319 ; George 
Faunce Whitcomb, Boston. 145 

Green (The) ray: a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Nadler. ©lc. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26217 ; Reuben Nadler Brooklyn. 

146 

Habit ; a murder-mystery in 3 acts, by 
C. C. Stewart. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1934 ; 
D 26152; Charles Conger Stewart, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 147 

Habsburger-legende ; von Friedrich 
Schreyvogl. Berlin [etc.] 1933. 
159, [1] p. 12 mo. © Sept. 28, 
1933; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1934; D 26169; 
Paul Zsolnay verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 

148 

Half (The) king; a sketch, by S. G. 
Keenan. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
25976; Sophie G. Keenan, Pitts- 
burgh. 149 

Half -moon (The) ; a sketch, by S. C. 
K. Pettit. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
25971; Sarah C. K. Pettit. Pitts- 
burgh. 150 

Hallowe'en ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Myers. © 1 c. Jan. 24. 1934; D 
26281 ; Henry Myers, Hollywood, 
Calif. 151 

Happy ever after; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. Spence. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 1934 ; 
D 26035; Wall Spence, New York. 

152 

Hard lines on Romeo: a radio play, 
by A. N. Edrop. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1934: D 26216: Arthur N. Edrop, 
Philadelphia. 153 

Hare (The) hunters; a comedy-drama 
in 6 parts, by M. Kemp. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1934 ; D 26279 ; Matt Kemp. 
Los Angeles*. 154 

Harvest time: a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Glass. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 
25957; Everett Glass. Berkeley, 
Calif. 155 

Headlines ; a play in 12 scenes, by 
Arnold Ridley. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1934 : D 26343; Leon M. Lion. Lon- 
don. 156 

Hederlig (En) man. See Tva tids- 
dramer. 

Henchman (The) of the moon: a pu- 
ttie drama in 5 acts, by A. Scud- 
der. © 1 c. Jan. 12. 1934 ; D 20078 ; 
Antoinette Scudder, Newark. N. J. 
157 



Her master's voice ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Clare Knnimer [i. e. C. K. Henry] 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1934; D 26054; 
Clare Kuminer Henry, Narragansett 
Pier. R. I. 158 

Her message; a drama in 9 scenes, by 
Rita Gerr. © 1 c. Dec. 0. 1933; 1) 
2.7.>:»4 : Rita B. Gerr, New York. 

159 

Herlock Sholmes and Mr. Batson; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Dan Benson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1934: D 26357; 
Donato Alfred BocciO, Brooklyn. 

160 

Hermit (The) of Peace river: a dra- 
matic play in 3 acts, by P. H. Ames. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1934; D 26050; 
Perley Henry Ames. Rockland, Me. 
161 

Heroes and cowards; or, Shackled, a 
play in 4 acts, by E. T. Dougall. 
© 1 c. Oct. 10, 1933; D 26312: Else 
Torge Dougall, New York. 162 

Heroes in uniform ; episode 1. a series 
of radio sketches, by Leon Harrison 
Epstein. © 1 c. Oct. 31. 1933: D 
26049; Louis E. Westheimer & co., 

St. Louis. 163 

Hold everything: a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Austin Goetz. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1934. 79 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Jan. 8. 1934: 2 c. Jan. 12; D 26096: 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

164 

Holy Terror's Thanksgiving. &96 
Death Valley days. 

Hot duo; a comedy-drama in 3 aits. 
by Stuart Hawkins. © 1 c. Jan. 
17. 1934; D 26165: Stuart Hyde 
Hawkins. Fair Haven. Yt. 165 

House (The) of mystery : a 3-act mys- 
tery comedy, liy George Fitzgerald. 
Mayweed. Calif.. 1934. 23 p. 12 mo. 
Oaption-title. © Jan. is. l«):;4: 2 c. 
Jan. 27: D 26320; George Fitzgerald, 
Maywood, Calif. 166 

How a shotgun freed forty million 

slaves: a sketch, by Dave Ehnan. 

© 1 c. Jan. 22. 1934; I) 26237; 
Blackman co.. New York. 107 

Idea (The) shoots; a comedy in 1 act. 
by Edward Hoiden. New York, 
N.Y.. Los Angeles. Calif, [etc., etc.] 
1933. 16 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Dec. 
5, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934 ; D 25928 : 
Samuel French, New York. 168 



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no. 1, 1934 



213 



If thus we live; a play in 3 acts, by 
Christopher Darling [pseud, of J. M. 
Harte]. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1933; D 
26198; Jean McLeod Harte, New 
York. 169 

Interview (The) ; an impression of 
Mae West, the famous actress, in 
skit, music and dialogue, by A. F. 
Brown. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1934; D 26311; Albert F. Brown, 
Chicago. 170 

Irma ; an American play in 4 acts, by 
H. Levinsohn. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1934; D 26214; Hannah Levinsohn, 
New York. 171 

It happened near Eden ; a play in 5 
scenes, by O. K. Robinson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1934 ; D 26292 ; Olga Kelsey 
Robinson, Menlo Park, Calif. 172 

It's all in a lifetime ; episode 1, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by Earl For- 
man and Howard Hotchner. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1934; D 26051; Howard H. 
Hotchner, Brooklyn. 173 

It's all synthetic ; a 3-act murder com- 
edy, by B. P. Gephart. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1934; D 25988; Besse Patterson 
Gephart, Clayton, Mo. 174 

It's great to be'married; a sketch, by 
M. C. Wood. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1934; 
D 26226; Morrison C. Wood, Chi- 
cago. 175 

Jayhawker ; a play in 2 acts, by S. 
Lewis and L. Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1934; D 26025; Sinclair Lewis, and 
Lloyd Lewis, Bronxville, N.Y. 176 

Job (A) wanted; a sketch, by M. C. 
Murphy. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1934; D 
26047; Marie Crary Murphy, St. 
Louis. 177 

Johannes Keppler ; sehauspiel in 3 
akten, von Hans Rehberg. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1934; D 26176; S. Fischer 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 178 

Joyous (The) season; a comedy in 3 
acts, by P. Barry. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1934; D 26356; Philip Barry and 
Ellen S. Barry, New York. 179 

Judy and Jane ; continuity nos. 210- 
230, a series of radio sketches, by 
Robert D. Andrews. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 15, 1934 ; D 26111-26131 ; J. A. 
Folger & co., Kansas City, Mo. 

180-200 

June ; a comedy of masks in 3 acts, by 
O. W. Dunham. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 
1933; D 26228; Orley W. Dunham. 
Berkeley, Calif. 201 



Jungle conscious; a play, by Moreen 
Carrion [pseud, of M. B. Rappaport] 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1933; D 26042; 
Moreen B. Rappaport, New York. 

202 

Jury (The) decides — life or death; 

a play, by Ruth Byers [i.e. R. B. 

Heed] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934; D 

26328; Ruth Byers Heed, Chicago. 

203 

Kamel (Das) See Teve (A) 

Kandy tooth and the endless song ; a 

sketch, by Dave Elman. © 1 c, 

Jan. 31, 1934; D 26362; Blackmail 

co. New York. 204 

King of the campus ; or, Letters of a 
college man, a radio program, by 
J. T. Nelson. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1934; 
D 26000; Jack Thulin Nelson, Kew 
Gardens, N. Y. 205 

King's (The) bed; a comedy of satire 
in 4 acts, by J. Knapp. © 1 c. Jan. 

8, 1934 ; D 26012 ; Jack Knapp, Jer- 
sey City. 206 

Kiss me good-bye ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

revised version of On the loose, by 

W. Spence. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; 

D 25978; Wall Spence, New York. 

207 

Konig (Ein) — ein mensch ; sehauspiel 
in einem vorspiel unci 3 akten, von 
Gottlieb Heinrich Heer. © 1 c. Jan. 

9, 1934 ; D 26172 ; S. Fischer verlag, 
a.-g., Berlin. 208 

Kozmetika ; komedia 3 felvonasban 
irta: Bekeffi Istvan [i. e. Istvan 
Bekeffi] © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1933; D 
25966; Francis Bard & son, Buda- 
pest. 209 

Labels and nicknames ; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
Angelo Patri [program] Jan. 14, 
1934) © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26187; Angelo Patri, New York. 

210 

Ladies' night ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. F. Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1934 ; 
D 26350; J. Frank Davis, San An- 
tonio. 211 

Land (The) of beginning again ; a 
drama-nmsicale in 3 acts, by L. M. 
Park. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; 
D 26065; Lillie M. Park, Lincoln, 
Neb. 212 

Landslide ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Zuckerman. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1934; 
D 26053; Ralph Zuckerman, Brook- 
lyn. 213 



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Lazarus; a tragedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Vaughey. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; D 
26075; Joseph Vaughey, Denver. 

214 

Laziness; by A. Patri. (The Cream of 
wheat corporation, Angelo Patri pro- 
gram, Nov. 19, 1933) © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1934; D 26180; Angelo Patri, 
New York. 215 

Let 'em eat cake ; a sequel to Of thee 
I sing ; a musical play, by George S. 
Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, lyrics 
by Ira Gershwin, illustrated by 
Donald Mckay. New York, Alfred 
A. Knopf, 1933. 7 p. 1., 3-241, [1] 
p. illus., plates. 12mo © Dec. 11, 
1933 ; 2 c. Dec. 14 ; aff . Jan 5, 1934 ; 
A 67902; George S. Kaufman and 
Morrie Ryskind, New York. 215* 

Let's play tap-toes ; or, Tick, tock, epi- 
sode 1, a series of sketches, by J. A. 
Smythe. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934; D 
26021 ; Joseph Anthony Smythe, San 
Francisco. 216 

Letters of a college man. See King 
of the campus. 

Liebelei ; (Amourette) piece en 3 actes 
[par] Arthur Schnitzler, traduite de 
l'allemand par Suzanne CTauser. 
{In La Petite illustration, no. 648) 
© Nov. 4, 1933; 1 c. Dec. 28; D 
26101; Suzanne Clauser, Vienna. 

217 

Life is short ; a play in 2 acts, by Vin- 
cent McConnor [i. e. J. V. McCon- 
nor) © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934 ; D 26242 ; 
John Vincent McConnor, New York. 
218 

Light of the Maccabees; a dramatic 
spectacle in 17 scenes, by C. K. Free- 
man and D. E. Hirsch. © 1 c. Dec. 
15, 1933; D 26194; Charles K. Free- 
man and David E. Hirsch, Chicago. 
219 

Lilies of the valley ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by A. I. Van Houtte. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1934; D 26289; Albert 
Leon Van Houtte. San Francisco. 

220 

Lindbergh. Sec Man (The) of the 
hour. 

Listening; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation. Angelo Patri 
[program] Jan. 7, 1934) © 1. c. Jan. 
26. 1934; D 26307; Angelo Patri. 
New York. 221 

Little black Sambo; a sketch, by M. L. 
Hubbard. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 



26218; Margaret L. Hubbard, Du- 
luth, Minn. 222 

Little (The) brown jug at Kildare; a 
3-act comedy founded on Meredith 
Nicholson's novel, by G. L. Furniss. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1934; D 25989; Grace 
Livingston Furniss, Rye, N. Y. 223 

Little (The) giant: a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. E. Cbautler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1934; D 26070; D. Everett 
Chantler, Pittsburgh. 224 

Little humming bird; a play in ."> acts. 
by S. Bruce. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1934; 
D 25985; Stanley Bruce, Los An- 
geles. 225 

Little stars and bow they grew; epi- 
sodes 1-8, a series of radio sketches, 
by M. E. Hark. © 1 c. Jan. 8. 11)34 : 
D 20007; Mildred Edrie Hark. Chi- 
cago. L'L'li 

Longshot ; episode no. 3, a radio pro- 
gram, by E. P. Schati'er. © 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1933; D 26283; Edward P. 
Schager, Wilmette, 111. 227 

Lost in a war; or. A.W.O.L.. a farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by P. C. Blackwell. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22. 1934; D 26269; Paul 
C. Blackwell, Brookline, Mass. 228 

Love among the skyscrapers ; ;> play in 
3 acts, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 
1934; D 26326; Charles Divine. New- 
York. 229 

Love 'em and leave 'em. See Death 
Valley days. 

Love (The) life id' a sophisticated 
lady; a story meant for moving pic- 
ture production, in 6 episodes, by 
E. II. Gauvreau and G. Clarke. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1934 ; 1) 26288 ; Emile II. 
Gauvreau and George Clarke. New 
York. 230 

Love (The) maker; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. Densen. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 
1934; D 26247; Leon Densen. Wood- 
mere, L.I., N.Y. 231 

Love or title: a play in 86 scenes, by 
E. M. Stone. © 1 C Jan. 2.".. 1934: 
D 26272; E. Mae Stone. Inglewood, 
Calif. 232 

Love preferred; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. B. Levy. © 1 c. Jan. 2.",. 1984; 
D 26284; Nathaniel Bernard Levy. 
Chicago. 233 

Love rulers: a play in 3 acts, by Guy 
Kingston [pseud, of F. W. Mitchell] 
© 1 c. Jan. 20. 1934; D 26245; Fred 
W. Mitchell. Ventnor. N.J. 234 



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256 



Love scene; a romantic comedy in 3 
acts, by R. J. Landry- © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1934 ; D 26225 ; Robert Jobn Lan- 
dry, New York. 235 

Luck of the Irish ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Emerick. © 1 Jan. 25, 
1934; D 26286; Elizabeth Amann 
Emerick, Dayton, O. 236 

Mad (The) dog of Europe; written by 
Herman J. Mankiewicz, dramatiza- 
tion bv Lynn Root. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1933; D 25996; Al Rosen, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 237 

Mad symphony ; a play, by Kent Mc- 
Kinley. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1934; D 

25997 ; Kent S. McKinley, Three Mile 
Bay, N.Y. 238 

Madame ; a play, by C. Hering. © 1 c. 
Dec. 8, 1933; D 26147; Charlotte 
Hering, Los Angeles. 239 

Marchen (Das) von den fiinf schuppen ; 
ein weihnachtsspiel in 5 akten, von 
Otto Flake. © 1 c. Jan. 9. 1934 ; D 
26174; S. Fischer verlag, a.-g., Ber- 
lin. 240 

Magic (The) rooster; a sketch, by 

Dave Elman. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934 ; 

D 26359; Blackman co., New York. 

241 

Maison ( La ) des confidences ; comedie 
en 3 actes, par Henri Duvernois. 
(In Les CEuvres libres, no. 145) © 
July 1, 1933 ; 1 c. Dec. 20 ; D 25816 ; 
Henri Duvernois, Paris. 242 

Maison (La) Tellier ; piece en 6 tab- 
leaux cle Henri Geroule [pseud, of 
H. Lerouge] et L. Mayrargue. © 1 
c. Dec. 20, 1933 ; D 25844 ; Henri Le- 
rouge & Lucien Mayrargue, Paris. 

243 

Man (A) of position; a play in 3 acts, 

by G. Dick and O. Amend. © 1 c. 

Jan. 3, 1934; D 26145; Gretchen 

Dick and Ottilie Amend, New York. 

244 

Man (The) of the hour ; Sample broad- 
cast. Lindbergh, a radio program, 
by P. Wood. © 1 c. Jan. 4. 1934; 
D 25986; Philip Wood, Hastings-on- 
Hudson, N.Y. 245 

Man (The) who staked his life against 

a pipeful of tobacco ; a sketch, by 

Dave Elman. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934 ; 

D 26240; Blackman co., New York. 

246 

Man willing ; a play in 2 acts, by H. J. 
Biberman. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; D 



26067; Herbert J. Biberman, New 
York. 247 

Manhattan island ; a play in 2 acts, by 
W. A. Manheimer and I. Paul. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1934 ; D 25981 ; Wallace A. 
Manheimer and Isaac Paul, New 
York. 248 

Many mansions; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. C. Webster. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1934; D 26086; M. Coates Webster, 
East Orange, N.J. 249 

March of America; pt. II, a play in 
4 acts with epilogue, by C. C. Ritze. 
Contents. — Day creeps on apace. 
The grim warrior — General Andrew 
Jackson. © 1 c. Jan. 29; 1934; D 
26333 ; Claude C. Ritze, Detroit. 250 

Marriage (The) beautiful; a moving 
picture play, by L. L. Austin. © 

1 c. Jan. 4, 1934 ; D 26002 ; Louis L. 
Austin, Philadelphia. 251 

Marriage (The) of Francis Arden, 
and other one-act plays, by Arthur 
McCullough Sanipley. Dallas, Tex. 
[1934] 6 p. 1., 5-111 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The marriage of Francis 
Arden. — Bright honor from the 
moon. — A test for lovers. — The last 
of all the fairies. © Jan. 5, 1934; 

2 c. Jan. 13 ; aff. Jan. 15 ; A 67985 ; 
South-west press, Dallas. 251* 

Mary of Scotland; a play in 3 acts, 
by Maxwell Anderson. Special lim- 
ited ed. Washington, Anderson 
house, 1933. 4 p. 1., 3-156 p., 1 1. 
8vo. © Dec. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1934; D 26061; Maxwell Anderson, 
New York. 252 

Masque (The) of Our Lady in Egypt; 
a play, by A. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1934 ; D 260S3 ; Antoinette Scud- 
der, Newark, N. J. 253 

Master-mariner (The) ; a sketch, by 
S. C. K. Pettit. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934; 
D 25973; Sarah C. K. Pettit, Pitts- 
burgh. 254 

Men in white ; a play in 3 acts [by] 
Sidney Kingsley. New York, Covici, 
Friede [1933] 137, [2] p. front., 
plates. 8 vo. © Dec. 11, 1933; 2c. 
Jan. 12, 1934; D 26331; Sidney 
Kingsley, New York. 255 

Midway Lodge ; condensed 3-act radio 
play, by Lillian Turner [i. e. L. T. 
Van Der Sluis] © 1 c. Jan. 24. 1934 ; 
D 262S2; Lillian Turner Van Der 
Sluis, Los- Angeles. 256 



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Milk and honey ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
bv R. E. Sherwood. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1934 ; D 26091 ; Robert Emmet Sher- 
wood, New York. 257 

Millions in lip-sticks; or, Selling the 
Ubangis, a radio play, by A. N. Ed- 
rop. © 1 c. Jan. 31. 1934; D 26374; 
Arthur N. Edrop, Philadelphia. 258 

Miracle (A) of Saint Reparata ; a 1- 
act play, by A. Scndder. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1934 ; D 26082 ; Antoinette Scud- 
der, Newark, N. J. 259 

Miss Starlight; an original play in 3 
acts, by C. Cooksey. © 1 c, Jan. 16, 
1934; D 26154; Curtis Cooksey, 
Ardsley, N. Y. 260 

Mr. Dooley; a comedy in 4 acts, from 
the stories by Peter F. Dunne, 
dramatization by E. E. Rose. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1934; D 26001; Edward E. 
Rose, and Dorothy S. Rose, Fremont, 
Wis. 261 

Mocking (The) bird; an extravagance 
in 3 acts, by Lionel Hale. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons The year 
book press, ltd. [1933] 3 p. 1., [5]- 
93, [1] p. diagrs. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © Dec. 
20, 1933 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934 ; D 26143 ; 
Lionel Hale, Purley, Surrey, Eng- 
land. 262 

Modern one-act plays from the 
French ; collected and translated by 
Virginia and Frank Vernon. Pref- 
ace by Frank Vernon. New York, 
Los Angeles [etc.] 1933. xiv, 454 p. 
12mo. © July 10, 1933; 2 c. and 
aff. Oct. 16; A 68758; Samuel 
French, New York. 262* 

Money; by A. Patri. (The Cream of 
wheat corporation, Angelo Patri 
program, Dec. 3, 1933) © 1 c Jan. 
19, 1934; D 26182; Angelo Patri, 
New York. 263 

Monsoon ; a play in 3 acts, by E. B. 
Corey. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1934; D 
26167; Elizabeth Bond Corey, 
Evanston, 111. 264 

Moon (The) in the Yellow river; a 
play in 3 acts, by Denis Johnston 
[i. *e. Wm, D. Johnston] New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., Samuel 
French [1933] 5 p. 1., 13-154 p. 
12mo. ([French's standard library 
ed.] ) © June 16, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1934; D 25934; Wm. D. Johnston. 
N. Dublin, Irish free state. 265 



Moon of delight. 



Storm bird. 



Moss (The) code; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Armstrong and R. Bermingham. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934 ; D 26030 ; Eliza- 
beth Armstrong, New York, and 
Rutledne Bermingham, Lake For- 
rest, 111. 266 

Motherly solicitude; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
Angelo Patri [program] Dec. 17, 
1933) © 1 c. Jan. 1'.). 1934; D 
26184; Angelo Patri, New York. 

267 

Miinchhausen ; oper in 3 akten, text 
von Wilhelm M. Treichlinger, musik 
von Mark Lothar. Berlin. Veilag 
Adolph Fiirstner, 1933. 64 p. 12mo. 
Text. © Dec. 4, 1933 ; 1 c. Dec. 18 ; 
D 26301 ; Mark Lothar, Berlin. 268 

Opus 20. Klavierauszug mit 

text (vom komponisten) Berlin, 
Verlag Adolph Fiirstner [1933] 2 
p. 1., [3]-338 p. fol. Vocal score. 
A. 8138 F. © Nov. 16, 1933; 1 c. 
Dec. 1 ; D 28601 ; Mark Lothar, Ber- 
lin. 269 

Murder in 1950; a 3-act mystery 
drama, with epilogue, by E. D. Robi- 
nette. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 1934; D 
26323; Ernest D. Robinette, Alpena, 
Mich. 270 

Music from the 5 & 10; a playlet, by 
M. C. Murphy. © 1 c. Jan. 5. 1084 ; 
D 26003; Marie Crary Murphy, St 
Louis. 271 

Music gossip after the opera ; a dra- 
matic sketch with music, bv II. F. 
Cook. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1034; 
D 26337 ; Helen Fetter Cook, Wash- 
ington. 272 

Music hath charms: operetta in pro- 
logue and 2 acts', music by Loo 
Herscher, book by Seymour and 
Emanuel Herscher, lyrics bv Allen 
Taub. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 
28598; Seymour Herscher and 
Emanuel Herscher, Far Rockaway, 
N. Y. 27:'. 

My little girl; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
E. Baumer. © 1 e. Dec. 27. 1933; 
I) 2<ni4: Marie Elizabeth Baumer, 
Syracuse. X. Y. 274 

Myrt and Marge: a series <>t' radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail, episodes 
372-386. © 1 c. each Jan. 2. 1934; 
D 25!Hl-25955; Wm. Wrigley jr. Co., 
Chicago. 275-288 

episodes 3S7-404. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 22. 1934: D 26250-20267; 
Wm. Wrigley jr. CO., Chicago. 

290-307 



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329 



Napoleon : or. The Eagle in rhe nest, 
a play in 4 acts, adapted from the 
Italian of G. Polver, by B. Gag- 
liano. © 1 e. Jan. 13, 1934: D 
26093: Baltazar Gagliano, New 
York. 308 

Never say die ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Charles George. Minn* apolis, Minn.. 
1934. 68 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 11; D 26099; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 



New (A) idea on the radio ; a 1-act 
sketch, by B. Clark. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1934; D 26087; Bobby Clark, New 
York. 310 

Newspaper mysteries ; no. 1. The 
stock exchange murder, by Ruth 
Byers [i. e. R. B. Heed] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1934: D 26316; Ruth Byers 
Heed, Chicago. 311 

Nightboat ; a play in 3 acts, by M. L. 
Law. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1934 ; D 26277 ; 
Margaret Layton Law, New York. 

312 

Ninth (The) day; a play in 1 act, by 
Eve Bretherton. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., etc.] 1933. 

1 p. 1., 7-22' p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Dec. 27, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934 : D 
25927 ; Samuel French, New York. 

313 

North woods adventure ; scripts 1, 2, 
a radio series, by N. Stirling and 
Mariu? Barbeau. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1934; D 26106; Nora Stirling, New 
York. 314 

On shore leave; an operetta in 2 acts, 
libretto by E. Galbraith, music by E. 
L. Thompson. © 1 c. Dec. 29. 1933 ; 
D 28586 ; Esther Galbraith & Emma 
Louise Thompson, Washington. 315 

On the loose. See Kiss me good-bye. 

On the road to Shambhalla ; a drama 
in 8 scenes with a prologue in 2 
parts, by A. Liebling. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1934; D 26162; Alice Liebling, 
Hollywood, Calif. 316 

One jump ahead ; a farce comedy in 1 
act, by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
Boston, Mass. [1934] 3 p. 1., 9-29 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 5. 1934; 

2 c. Jan. 19 ; D 26220 ; Drama guild 
publishers, Boston. 317 

One little smile ; a sketch, by G. Buck, 
music by Dr. Hugo Riesenfeld. 
Text. © 1 e. Jan. 4, 1934; D 
26050; Gene Buck, New York. 318 



One night stand; Jan. 27, 1934, a 
radio continuity, by McCann-Erick- 
son, inc. © 1 e. Jan. 31. 1934; D 
26363 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 319 

Our lean years ; a play in 1 act, by 
Fred Eastman. New York, N. Y., 
Loa Angeles, Calif, [etc.. etc.] 1933.. 
30 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Dec. 21, 
:933: 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 25930; 
Samuel French, New York. 320 

Ourselves alone ; a play in 7 scenes, 
by K. J. White. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934 ; 
D 25923 : Kenneth Joseph White, 
Westport, Conn. 321 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuity 
nos. 76-05. 97, a series of radio 
sketches, bv Robert D. Andrews. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934 ; D 25906 : Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 322 

Pagan fury; a play in 3 acts, by S. J. 
Warshawsky. Rev. version. © 1 
c. Jan. 8, 1934; D 26015; Samuel 
Jesse Warshawsky, New York. 32S 

Paiute (A) and a plug hat. See 
Death Valley days. 

Panther's (The) claw; a mystery 
farce in 3 acts, by Austin Goetz.. 
Minneapolis. Minn., 1934. 85 p.. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 8, 1934; 2 c. 
Jan. 12; D 26095; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 324 

Partners; a dramatic play in 3 acts, 
by P. H. Ames. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1934 : D 26057 ; Perley Henry Ames, 
Rockland, Me. 325 

Patient (The) cabby; a sketch, by 

Dave Elman. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934 ; 

D 26361 ; Blaekman co.. New York. 

326 

Pearl (The) of Hawaii; a dramatico- 
musical composition, text by H. P. 
Mae Knight, music by E. Savage. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1934; D 28600; H. P. 
Mac Knight and Eddie Savage, 
Washington. 327 

Pelt of the silver fox ; a 4-act drama of 
the northern woods, by Hendrick 
Val-Woll [pseud, of F. H. Chapman] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934 ; D 26193 ; Frank, 
H. Chapman, Groverton, N. H. 328 

Pest (The) ; a farce comedy in 2 acts, 
by Earl Kirkpatrick, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1934. 36 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
8, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 11; D 2609S; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 
,329 



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330 



Pet : a play in 4 acts, by P. H. Ames. 
© 1 e. Jan. 11, 1934 ; D 26056 ; Per- 
ley Henry Ames, Rockland, Me. 

330 

Pink (The) elephant; a radio play 
in 13 episodes, by L. C. Rothschild 
and H. M. Carleton. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1934 ; D 26335 ; Leonore C. Roths- 
child and Hal M. Carleton. New- 
York. 331 

Plain (A) man and his wife. See Big 
hearted Herbert. 

Play-readings; for school, radio, and 
screen tests, selected and ed. by 
Louis M. Frankenstein, New York, 
Los Angeles [etc., etc., 1933] ix, 138 
p. 12mo. © Dec. 8, 1933 ; 2 c. and 
aff. Jan. 2, 1934; A 67821; Samuel 
French. New York. 331* 

Pool (The) ; a drama in 1 act, by D. 
Sloane. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1934; D 
26334; Douglas Sloane, Newton- 
ville, Mass. 332 

Potts (The) of Pottsville; a comedy in 
3 acts, by K. Murphy. © 1 c. Jan. 
12. 1934; D 26074; Kathleen Mur- 
phy. Ida Grove, la. 333 

Pretty women ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. E. Sullivan. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1934; D 26133; Mary Emelia Sulli- 
van. George West, Tex. 334 

Priest (The) ; a 3-act comedy, by Jer- 
rold Shepard and Daniel Sullv. © 
1 c. Dec. 26. 1933; D 26203: Arnold 
Wolford and Fred Darcy, Santa 
Monica, Calif. 335 

Prisoner at the bar ; a modern drama, 
by G. Y. Hammond. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1934; D 26280; George Young 
Hammond, Topeka, Kan. 336 

Prisoners of hope ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. O'Malley. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1934; D 25998; Helen O'Malley, Los 
Angeles. 337 

Problem (The) of youth ; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
An«elo Patri program. Nov. 12, 
1933) © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26179 ; Angelo Patri, New York. 338 

Prodigal (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sidney Shurtleff. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1934; D 26244: Sidney Hamilton 
Shurtleff. Madison. S. D. 339 

Professor Sylvester — smellovision ; a 
radio sketch, by C. H. Ramsey. © 
1 r. Jan. 22, 1934; D 26236; Charles 
H. Ramsey, Westport, Conn. 340 



Purple and tine linen. Sec Death Val- 
ley days. 

Purple is as purple does; a play in 3 
acts, by L. Kaghan and A. Philips. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1034: I) 26009; Leo- 
nora Kaghan and Anita Philips, New 
York. 341 

Pursuit: a play in 3 acts and a pro- 
logue, by H. D. Wood. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1934: D 25990; Helen D. Wood. 
St. Louis. 342 

Queen (The) of Connaught's wooingj 
a play in 18 scenes, by J. C. Doherty. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26. 1933; D 2614(i : Jose- 
phine C. Doherty, Pasadena. 343 

Queen (Thei of song — Adelina Patti. 
See Gay nineties. 

Queen's (The) gambit; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Leolyn Louise Everett 
[i. e. L. L. E. Spelman] © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1934; D 26230; Leolyn 
Louise Everett Spelman, Harrison, 
N. Y. 344 

Quest (The) : a sketch, by S. G. Keen- 
an. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1934: D 25974; 
Sophie G. Keenan. Pittsburgh. 345 

Quick (The) and the dead; a play in 
3 acts, by J. K. Milieu. © 1 c. 
-Ian. 13, 1934; D 26090; James Knox 
Millen, Hollywood, Calif. 346 

Rainbow at morning; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Burney and Walter Cox 
[i. e. N. B. Cox and W. G. Cox] © 
1 c. Jan. 8. 1934; D 26028: Nancy 
Burney Cox and Walter Glenn Cox, 
Portland. Or. 317 

Rash moments ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frances Ross and V. Gordon. © 

1 c. Jan. 29, 1934; D 26342; Virginia 
Gordon. New York. 348 

Rates on request. See Death Valley 
days. 

Ray of light; a play in 1 act. by E. A. 
Enieriek. © 1 c. Jan. 25. 1934; 1) 
26285; Elizabeth Amanu Emerick, 
Dayton, O. 34!) 

Reeds in the wind : a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Leavitt. © 1 c Jan. 10, 
1934; D 26039; Elizabeth E. Leavitt, 
New York. 350 

Resurrection and ascension of Our 
Lord; Easter cantata, for soli and 
chorus, with piano, organ or orches- 
tra accompaniment. Text compiled 
from the Bible, music by A. Mones- 
tel. Vocal score. New York T 19341 

2 p. 1., Ill, [1], 48 p. 4to. © Jan. 



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5, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 28588 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 351 

Return (The) of John Evans; a trag- 
edy-drama in 4 acts, by E, H. Wil- 
liams. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1934 ; D 26202 ; 
Eugene Hummons Williams, Koko- 
mo, irid. 352 

Return (The) of Peter Grimm; a play 
in 3 acts, by David Belasco. New 
York, N.Y., Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., 
etc.] Samuel French, inc., 1933. 143 
p. diagr. 12mo. ([French's stand- 
ard library ed.] ) © Dec. 27, 1933 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 25931; David 
Belasco literary trust, Benjamin F. 
Boeder, trustee, New York. 353 

Revelation ; a play in 1 act, by E. Law- 
ton. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1934 ; D 26013 ; 
Elizabeth Lawton, Newton, Mass. 

354 

Riviera ; liriche [di] Francesco Or- 
lando. Roma, Edizioni Le Eliche 
[1933] 3 p. 1., 9-149 p., 4 1. 8vo. 
© June 1, 1933; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1934; 
D 26142; Francesco Orlando, Rome. 
355 

Road (The) to Damascus; a play in a 
prologue, 3 acts, and an epilogue, by 
W. F. Mason. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1934; 
D 25962; Wendell F. Mason, Mel- 
rose Highlands, Mass. 356 

Roekabye, baby ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. J. Bassett. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934 ; 
D 26270; John J. Bassett, Los An- 
357 



Roekabye baby, conscience ; a comedy 
in 3 acts and prologue, by A. M. 
Clements. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; D 
26076; Angela Mae Clements, New 
York. 358 

Romance (The) of Chicago; a pageant 
play, by A. Hercz. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1934; D 26103; Arthur Hercz, Chi- 
cago. 359 

Room (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
M. Roof. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1984; D 
25920 ; Katharine Metcalf Roof, New 
York. 360 

Rust ; a 3-act play, by M. R. Du Mars. 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934 D 26108 : Miriam 

Richardson Du Mars, Topeka, Kan. 

361 

Sacrifice; a drama in 3 acts, bv Allen 
Russell [pseud, of W. R. Scargle] 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1934 ; D 26303 ; Wil- 
liam Russe'l Scargle, Evanston, 111. 
362 



Sal and Sue ; no. 1, a series of radio 
sketches, by D. Gagnon and D. B. 
Konkle. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D. 
26132; Delia Gagnon, Chicago, and 
Dorothea Brown Konkle, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 363 

Salvage ; a play in 3 acts, by A. W. 
Kakilty. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; D 
26071; Arthur William Kakilty, 
Philadelphia. 361 

Salz (Das) der erde ; schauspiel in 3 
akten, von Jean Giono, translated 
into German, by Kathe Rosenberg. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934; D 26173; S. 
Fischer verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 365 

Same (The) face; a play in 1 act, by 
M. Barish. © 1 Jan. 10, 1934; D 
26190; Mildred Barish, Lawrence, 
L.I., N.Y. 366 

Sand-Bar (The) $ee Tales of the 
river. 

Scars of war ; a play in 4 acts, by 
J. A. Grubman. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26026; Jacob Aaron Grubman, 
Brooklyn. 387 

Schmuck (Der) der madonna; I gioi- 
elli della madonna, volksoper in .3 
akten, musik von Ermanno Wolf- 
Ferrari, worte von C. Zangarini und 
E. Golisciani, deutsch von Hans 
Liebstoeckl. Wien [etc.] 1933. 2 v. 
[Libretto] 12mo. [Vocal score] fol. 
Neue fassung. Klavierauszug mit 
deutschem und italienischem text. 
© Dec. 9, 1933; 1 c. Dec. 26; D 
28590; Josef Weinberger, Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on adapta- 
tion] 368 

School (The) for husbands; adapted, 
in rhyme, from MoliSre's comedy : 
L'ecole des maris, by Arthur Guiter- 
man and Lawrence Langner. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc.] Samuel 
French, 1983, xiv, 161 p. front. 
12mo. © Dec. 16, 1933 ; 2 e. Jan. 2, 
1934; D 25935; Arthur Guiterman 
and Lawrence Langner, New York. 
369 

Sea (The) captain who was washed 
off the ship by one wave and washed 
back by another; a sketch, by Dave 
Elman. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 
26239; Blackman co., New York. 

370 

Season (A) at madame's ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by S. Oyen. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1934; D 26073: Sara Oyen, New 
York. 371 



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Season of mists : a play in 3 acts, by 
L. E. Dunlap. © 1 c. Jan. 8. 1934; 
D 26010; Loraine Estee Dunlap, 
Greenwich, Oown. 372 

Second empire: a play in 3 acts, with 
epilogue, by Leslie Reade. © 1 e. 
Jan. 29, 1984; D 20339; Leslie Isaac 
Reade, New York. 373 

Section (The) boss: (A Laurel & 
Hardy skit) in 3 acts, by G. D. 
Janes. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 
25905; Guido D. Janes, Arcadia. 
Calif. 374 

Selling the Ubangis. See Millions in 
lip-sticks. 

Senator North's deciding vote ; by O. 
G. Christgau. 1934. 17 numb. 1. 
4to. Caption-title. © Jan. 8, 1934 ; 
2 c. Jan. 8; D 26005; O. G. Christ- 
gau, Washington. 375 

Separate lives. See Strangers all. 

Shackled. Sec Heroes and cowards. 

Shadows of industry ; a drama of the 
financial world, by Vermont C. Roys- 
ter. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1934 ; D 26017 : 
Carolina playmakers, inc., Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 376 

Shadows of love ; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, book, lyrics and music, by 
L. Walker, © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; 
D 28603; Louis Walker, Philadel- 
phia. 377 

Shape (The) of things; a play in 3 
acts, by B. Inge. © 1 c. Jan. 2. 
1934; D 25939; Benson Inge, New 
York. 378 

Shave 'an haircut. See Death Valley 
days. 

Shining armor : a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Casey and B. I. Payne. © 1 c. 
Ike. 26, 1933; D 26043; Rosemary 
Casey, Pittsburgh, and B. Iden 
Payne, New York. 379 

Shoot to kill; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Donald Robinson. Text. © 
1 c. Jan. 30. 1934 ; D 26348 ; Donald 
B. Robinson, New York. 380 

Show-down (The) ; a drama in 1 act, 
by D. E. Harilon and A. P. Myers. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1934; D 26309: Dan 
E. Hanlon and Allen P. Myers. New 
York. 3S1 

Sing your own song; a comedy, by 

Nathaniel C. Farnworth, III. © 

1 c. Jan. 8. 1934; D 26019: Carolina 

playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill. N. C. 

382 



Singing eagles: a 1-act play, by G. A. 
Miloradovitch. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1934 ; 
D 20052: Genia Alexandrovna Milo- 
radovitch. Cambridge. Mass. 383 

Slim and Min in shirt tales; a dra- 
matic composition, by R. Pauley. © 

1 c. Jan. 2. 1934; D 251)03: Boy 
Pauley, Newark. 384 

Smart women: a musical comedy in 

2 acts, by H. Johnson and C. John- 
son. Text. © 1 c. Nov. 1. 1933: D 
25995 ; Hilda Johnson and Coral 
Johnson, Los Angeles. 385 

Smash hit ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by G. N. Greaves. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1934; D 26196; George Nathaniel 
Greaves, Elmhurst, L.I., N.Y. 386 

Snow (The) queen; by Hans Christian 
Andersen, dramatized in 7 scenes, 
by A. Q. Scudder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1984; D 26079; Antoinette Scudder, 
Newark, N. J. 387 

Snowbound. See Death Valley days. 

Social (A) enemy; a play in 3 acts, 

by C. H. Larmore. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 

1934; D 26023; Clarence Horatio 

Larmore, Granville, O. 388 

Soft focus; a radio presentation, by 
K. Osborn. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1!>34; 
D 26344; Katherine Osborn, New 
York. 389 

Sol y sombra ; comedia en .". actos 
[por] Antonio Quintero Ramirez y 
Manuel Desco Sanz (Pascual Guil- 
len) 1. ed. Madrid, Sociedad gen- 
eral de autores de Espaiia, 1933. 
Kil. [1] p. 12mo. © Jan. 15. 1983; 
1 c. Dec. 15: D 26222; Antonio Quin- 
tero Ramirez and Manuel Desco 
Sanz. Madrid. 390 

Soldier (A) of the cross; an historical 
dm ma in 6 acts, by Sister M. J. 
Gately. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1034: D 
26084; Sister Mary Josephine Gate- 
ly. Providence. R.I. 3-.ll 

Sondra : a play in 3 acts, by J. G. 

Geiger. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1!»84: I) 

20032: Josef G. Geiger. New York. 

392 

Song of dawn; a drama in 4 acts, by 

A. Kavanau. © 1 c. Jan. 12. L984; 

D 26200; Alexander Kavanau. 

Brooklyn, 393 

Spanish prisoners; a comedy with 
music in 2 acts, by M. C. Hale. 
Act 1. Text. © 1 c. Dec. 27. 1983; 
D 26197; Margot Case Hale. Cleve- 
land. 394 



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416 



Sport (The) of queens; a play in 3 
acts, by Gladys Wilcox. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1934; D 26150; Gladys Black 
Wilcox, Arlington, Mass. 395 

Stage money ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Ivan Royylez [pseud, of T. E. H. 
Black] and A. Cory. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1934; D 26235; Thomas E. H. 
Black and Andrew Cory, Detroit. 

393 

Station Jazz ; by Arland Jenkins. 
Blackface minstrel show. Portland, 
Me., 1933. cover-title, 28 numb. 1. 
8vo. © Nov. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; 
D 26137; Debaters information bu- 
reau, Portland, Me. 397 

Stefan Fa dinger ; eine deutsche bauer- 
nerhebung in 3 akten [von] Her- 
mann Heinz Ortner. Berlin [etc.] 
1933. 179, [1] 12mo. © Oct. 12, 
1933; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1984; D 26170; 
Paul Zsolnay verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 

398 

Stent das im programm? lustspiel in 

3 akten, von Zdenko von Kraft. © 

1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; D 26178 ; Theater- 

verlag Otto Eirich, g.m.b.h., Vienna. 

399 

Stephanie; a play in 3 acts, by Mark 
Swan. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 
26104 ; Mark E. Swan, New York. 

400 

Stock (The) exchange murder. See 
Newspaper mysteries. 

Storm bird ; a play in 3 acts, by Gail 
Brett [pseud, of E. Burrows] adapt- 
ed from the novel ; Moon of delight, 
by Margaret Bell Houston. Lyrics 
by Margaret Bell Houston, music 
by Harriet Ware. Text without 
lyrics. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1933; D 
25551 ; Edith Burrows, New York. 

401 

Story (The) behind the story; a series 
of dramatized radio stories, by A. 
Barker, episodes 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 26, 1933 ; D 26109, 26110 ; Albert 
Barker, Chicago. 402, 403 

episode 3. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 

1933; D 26191; Albert Barker, Chi- 
cago. 404 

Strange interview ; a radio sketch, by 
Edward Harvey. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 
1933; D 26045; WCAE, inc., Pitts- 
burgh. 405 

Strange (A) love match; melodrama 
based on historic facts from the life 
of King Frederick II (the Great) of 



Prussia, by B. Wing. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1934; D 26166; Bert Wing, New 
York. 406 

Stranger at home ; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by E. H. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1934; D 26004; Earl Hobson 
Smith, Harrogate, Tenn. 407 

Strangers all ; or, Separate lives, a 
comedy drama in 3 acts, by M. M. 
Bercovici. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1934; 
D 26275 ; Marie M. Bercovici, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 408 

Success stories ; episode 1, a series of 
radio sketches, by Leon Harrison 
Epstein. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1934; D 
25999; Louis E. Westheimer and co., 
St. Louis. 409 

Sueno de una muneca. See Doll's (A) 
dream. 

Summertime, summertime ... a play 
in 3 acts, by H. Drimer, music for 
the song by the author. Text. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1934; D 26014; Henry 
Drimer, Sea Gate, Brooklyn. 410 

Sunny skies ; a musical play, text and 
music by Walter Stone. Libretto 
and vocal score. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1934 ; D 28592 ; John B. Rogers pro- 
ducing co., Fostoria, O. 411 

Swan song ; a play in 3 acts, by L. K. 
Guest. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 
26248; Louis Kendall Guest, Brook- 
lyn. 412 

Swede (The) and the flapper; a melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by P. H. Ames. © 
1 e. Jan. 11, 1934; D 26058; Perley 
Henry Ames, Rockland, Me. 413 

Swing low ; a grand opera, book by 

Elmer Greensfelder, music by E. 

Wad. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 

28597; Emmanuel Wad, Baltimore. 

414 

Tajemnica dziewczecia ; melodramma- 
cik w 3 aktach, strescil J. S. Zielin- 
ski. Chicago, 111., Nakladem W. H. 
Sajewskiego, 1933. cover-title, 32 p. 
12mo. © Dec. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1934; D 26231; Wladyslaw H. 
Sajewski, Chicago. 415 

Tales of the river; script no. 1. The 
sand-bar, a radio playlet, by G. D. 
Janes. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 
25904; D 25904; Guido D. Janes, 
Arcadia, Calif. 416 

Tarzan of the apes ; episodes 248-259, 
a series of radio sketches, by Edgar 
Rice Burroughs. © 1 c. each Jan. 



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417 



pt. i, v. 7 



Tarzan of the apes — Continued. 
2, 1934 ; D 25907-25918 ; Edgar Rice 
Burroughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 

417-128 

Tavern (The) ; a play in 2 acts, by 
George M. Cohan, suggested by a 
play entitled: The choice of a super- 
man, by Cora Dick Gantt. New 
York, N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., 
etc.] Samuel French, inc., 1933. 100 
p. plates, diagr. 12mo. ([French's 
standard library ed.]) © Dec. 27, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1934; D 25932; 
George M. Cohan, New York. 429 

Taxi ; radio audition script, by Leonard 
Holton, Donald Macfarlane and 
Chester H. Miller. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1934; D 26314; Jean V. Grombach, 
inc., New York. 430 

Tea at four ; a mystery play in 1 act, 
by Richard Hill Wilkinson. Boston, 
Mass. [1934] 4 p. 1., 11-29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 4, 1934; 2 c. 
Jan. 19; D 26221; Drama guild pub- 
lishers, Boston. 431 

Tenement ; a play in 3 acts, by E. Alex. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1934 ; D 20271 ; Elmer 
Alex. Wallingford, Conn. 432 

Tessa ; a motion picture, by J. M. 
Anderson and E. Crooker, adapted 
from a novel by R. Starr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1934; D 2630N ; John Mur- 
ray Anderson and Earle Crooker, 
New York, and Richard Starr, Earl's 
Colne, Essex, England. 433 

Teve(A) ; enekes tancos bohozat 3 fel- 
vdnasban. F. Billeaud francia ere- 
detijebol magyar szinpadra irta : 
Vaszary Janos [i.e. Janos Vaszary] 
es Kiirthy Gybrgy [i.e. Gybrgy Kiir- 
thy] zenejet : Keller Dezso [i.e. 
Dezso Keller] verseire szerezte : 
Pe.b Istvan [i.e. Istvan Peto] Text. 
© 1 c. Dec. 15, 1932; D 25967; 
Francis Bard & son, Budapest. 434 

Teve(A) (Das kamel) ; zenes vigjatek 
3 felvonasban, szbveget irtak : Kiir- 
thy Gyorgy [i.e. Gybrgy Kiirthy] es 
Vaszary Janos [i.e. Janos Vaszary] 
zenejet szerzette Keller Dezs<"> [i.e. 
Dezsb Keller] verseire: Petb Istvan 
[i.e. Istvan Petb] Budapest [10321 
1 p. 1., 62 p. fol. Particell. © Dec. 
6, 1932; 1 c. Dec. 15; D 28587; 
Francis Bard & son, Budapest. 435 

That's a mother's life: a drama story, 
by R. E. Ethier. © 1 c. .Jan. 27, 
1934: D 26322; Rosario E. Ethier, 
Spencer, Mass. 436 



There is no death ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. S. Farnam. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1934 ; D 26297 ; Suzanne Silvercruys 
Farnam, New York. 437 

This too, too solid iiesh ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Esther L. Cooper and 
Elizabeth Fuller. New York, N. Y.. 
Los Angeles. Calif, [etc., etc.] 1933. 
16 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 23. 
1933; 2 e. Jan. 2, 1034; D 25929; 
Samuel French. New York. 4:;s 

Thousand (A) ships; a vaudeville in 
12 scenes, by G. Seldes. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1934; D 26164; Gilbert Seldes. 
New York. 439 

Three (The) gates; an Indian ritual 
of fact and legend, by H. P. Hersom. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 26081 : liar- 
old P. Hersom and Harry D. Stark, 
Los Angeles. 440 

Three (The) harpists; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
Angelo Patri program, Nov. 26, 
1933) © 1 e. Jan. 19, 1934; D 
26181 ; Angelo Patri. New York. 441 

Three sisters: book and lyrics in 2 
acts, by O. Hammerstein [2d] Mu- 
sic by Jerome Kern. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1934; D 26249: Oscar Ham- 
merstein, 2d, Great Neck, N. Y. 442 

Tick tock. See Let's play tap-toes. 

Toast (A) to Tarquin ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by S. Gibney. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1934: D 2615S; Sheridan Gibney. 
Orlando. Fla. 443 

Tonight we dream : a comedy in 3 
acts from the Spanish of Jose Lopez 
Rubio and Eduardo Ugarte, adapted 
by Ira Glackens and George Bishop. 
English translation by Cecil Mad- 
den. © 1 c. Jan. s. 1034: D 26213; 
Ira Dimock Glackens and George 
Kirtland Bishop. New York. 444 

Traumerei; an episode in the life of 
Clara-Wieek-Schumann, by L. Mer- 

rin. © 1 e. Jan. 22. 1934; D 20240: 
Lorine Merrin, Chicago. 445 

Tragic fugue; a play in 3 episodes, 
by Maurice Heckscher. jr. [Glen 
Head. N. Y.l 1033. 3 p. 1., 57 p.. 1 1. 
8vo. © Dec 23. 1033: 1 c. and aff. 
Jan. 4. 1934; 1 c. Jan. 12: A 69006; 
Ashlar press. Glen Head, N. Y. 445* 

Traveling (The) salesman; episodes 
1-3. a radio continuity, by J. G. 
Geiger. © 1 c. Jan. 25. 1934: D 
26296; Josef G. Geiger, New York. 

446 



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no. 1, 1934 



468 



Trois et uue . . . ; piece en 3 actes 
[par] Denys Amiel. (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 647) © Oct. 28, 
1933 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; D 26100 ; Denys 
Amiel, Paris. 447 

True (The) adventure; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1934 ; D 26029 ; Stanley 
Jules Kauffmann, New York. 448 

Tva tidsdramer ; [av] Sigfrid Siwertz. 
Btt brott. En kederlig man. Stock- 
holm [1933]. 369 p. 12mo. © Nov. 
3, 1933 ; 1 c. Dec. 13 ; D 26064 ; Al- 
bert Bonniers forlag, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 449 

Twisted (The) ring; by Flora C. Rue. 
A play in 1 act. Minneapolis, Minn. 
[1933] 23 p. diagr. 8vo. © Dec. 
13, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1934 ; D 26352 ; 
F. D. Singler play co., Minneapolis. 
450 

Two defenceless women; a comedy in 
3 acts, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1934; D 26325; Charles Divine. 
New York. 451 

Two (The) doors; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Wylie. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1933; D 
2596S ; Lauri Wylie, London. 452 

Two for a kingdom ; a play for chil- 
dren, by Tom Ireland [i.e. T. R. 
Ireland] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 
26199; Thomas Robertson Ireland, 
Cleveland. 453 

Two (The) men that rowed to Eu- 
rope ; a sketch, by Dave Elman. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 26360; Black- 
man co., New York. 454 

Two on the aisle; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. L. Fletcher. © 1 c. Jan. 13 ; 
1934; D 26094; Naomi Louise 
Fletcher, Indianapolis. 455 

Tyrant (The) ; a drama in 10 scenes, 
by A. Rocchetti, translated by Mary 
V. Miceli. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; 
D 26232; Antonio Rocchetti, New 
London, Conn. 456 

Ultimo (L') degli zar (Nicola II) : 
la tragedia della famiglia imperiale 
russa [di Nino Berrini] azione 
drammatica in 4 atti e un epiloso. 
Milano, A. Mondadori [1934] 236 
numb. 1. 8vo. (Teatro di Nino 
Berrini. Commedie in prosa, 5) 
Written by Nino Berrini. Name of 
author inserted in mss. © Jan. 15, 
1934; 1 c. Jan. 26; D 26321; Nino 
Berrini, Milan. 457 



Uncle's dilemma ; a 3-act comedy, by 
M. A. Goldstein. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1934; D 26278; Max Aaron Gold- 
stein, Lakewood, N. J. 458 

Underdog; sequences 1-7, radio se- 
quence, by Will Beale [i. e. W. C. 
Beale] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1934; D 
26306; William C. Beale, Eastport, 
Me. 459 

Unemployed ; a movie of modern Amer- 
ica, by K. Lorentzen. © 1 c. Dec. 
22. 1933; D 26046; Kay Lorentzen, 
Chicago. 460 

Up Hainan's sleeve; by Margaret K. 
Soifer. Brooklyn, N. Y. [1934] 24 
p. 12mo. © Jan. 15, 1934; 2 c. 
Jan. 18 ; D 26168 ; Furrow press, 
Brooklyn. 461 

Valse (La) d'amour; piece en 1 acte 
par la princesse M. Gagarine. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1934; D 26066; Princess 
Marie Gagarine, Warrenton, Va. 

462 

Vanishing (The) male; a satirical 
comedy in 3 acts, bv Aaron Bishop. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11. 1934; D 26192; 
Aaron Edward Bishop, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 463 

Vision (The) of Rob Morris; by Myria 

Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1934 ; D 26151 ; 

Myna V. Allen, Louisville. 464 

Voice (A) from the tomb. See City 
(The) of the dead. 

Wanted, a secretary ; a comedy in 1 
act, by I. Dyer Kuenstler. Minne- 
apolis. Minn. [1933] 29 p. diagr. 
8vo. © Dec. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1934; D 26353; F. D. Singler play 
co., Minneapolis. 465 

Wanted : Lady entertainer. See 
Death Valley days. 

Washington carries on ; or, A colonial 
conspiracy, a play in 4 scenes, by 
J. P. Cusack. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1934; 
D 25983; Joseph P. Cusack, New 
York. 466 

Watch your thirst ; a musical footnote 
to history, by a charter member. 
New York, Priv. print., 1933. 2 p. 
1., 61 p. 8vo. © Dec. 22, 1933: 2 
c. Dec. 26; D 26219; Owen Wister. 
Philadelphia. 467 

We are as we are ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Sherry and Emma Mandel. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31. 1934; D 26376; Edna 
Sherry, New York. 468 



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pt. I, V. 7 



Week-end ; a play in 3 acts, by P. S. Le 
Poer Trench. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1934; 
D 26069; Paul Stewart Le Poer 
Trench, New York. 469 

What grandmothers know ; a senti- 
mental travesty of the 1890's in 1 
act. by John Lewis Brumm. New 
York. N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif, 
[etc., etc.] 1933. 37 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Nov. 29, j 933; 2 c. Jan. 
2. 1934; D 25926; Samuel French, 
New York. 470 

What lack I yet? program materials 
on the Christian's use of money, by 
Irwin G. Paulsen. Two dramatiza- 
tions: What lack I yet? Great pos- 
sessions, by Margueritte H. Bro and 
Mary Amelia Steer. Philadelphia, 
1933. cover-title, 67 p. 8vo. © 
Dec. 14, 1933 ; 2 c. Dec. IS ; aff . Dec. 
15; AA 135324; Presbyterian board 
of Christian education, Philadelphia. 
470* 

Wheatenaville ; scripts 31-65, a series 
of radio sketches, by R. Knight. © 
1 c. each Jan. 19, 1934; D 26206- 
26212; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. and Raymond Knight, New 
York. 471-477 

When ghosts meet ; a new comedy in 
3 acts, by M. H. Gropper. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2. 1934; D 25919; Milton Her- 
bert Gropper, Hollywood, Calif. 

47S 

When the bough breaks; a play in 3 
acts, by J. K. Millen. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1934; D 26092; James Knox Mil- 
len, Hollywood, Calif. 479 

Whether 'tis nobler? a tragi-comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. V. De Santis. © 1 
c. Jan. 12. 1934; D 26072; Joseph V. 
de Santis, New York. 480 

Which came first — the hen or the egg? 
by J. Weston Walch. Portland. Me., 
1033. cover-title. 21 numb. 1. 8vo. 
© Oct. 25, 1933; 2 c. Dec. 29; D 
26139; Debaters information bureau. 
Portland, Me. 481 

Which is the greater necessity — the 
cake of soap or the toothbrush? by 
J. Weston Walch. Portland, Me., 
1933. cover-title. 27 numb. 1. 8vo. 
© Oct. 25. 1933: 2 c. Dec. 29: D 
26140; Debaters information bureau. 
Portland, Me. 482 

White Hawk; a legend of the Shan- 
nee Indians; dramatic song cycle 
for soli, reader, and chorus, words 
by Teresa Strickland, music by Lily 



Strickland [i. e. L. S. Anderson] 
Philadelphia. 1933. 80 p. 4to. Vo- 
cal score. © Dec. 21, 1933: 2 c. 
Dec. 26 ; D 285S5 ; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 483 

White trash; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Peebles [pseud, of J. P. Boyd] © 
1 c. Jan. 10. 1934; D 26037: John 
Peebles Boyd. Roseland, Ya. 484 

Wide horizons; a play in 3 acts, bv 
E. R. Carter. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 1934 : 
D 26155; Eugene Ryland Carter. 
New York. 485 

William Penn ; a sketch, by S. G. 
Keenan. © 1 c. Jan. 4. 1934; D 
25977; Sophie G. Keenan, Pitts- 
burgh. 486 

Wind (The) and the rain; a play in 
3 acts [by] Merton Hodge [] send. 
of Horace Emerton Hodge] London, 
Victor Gollancz, ltd., 1934. 115 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 8. 1934; 1 c. Jan. 20; 
D 26355; Horace Emerton Hodge. 
New York. 487 

With her boots on ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by E. B. Self. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1934 : i) 20224 ; Edwin B. Self. Day- 
ton, O. 4ss 

With the Old Ranger's compliments. 
See Death Valley days. 

Within the gates ; a play of 4 scenes in 
a London park, by Sean O'Casey. 
London. Macmillan and co.. limited, 
1933. viii, 203 p. 12mo. Contains 
music. © Nov. 24. 1983; 1 c. Jan. 
0. 1934; D 25992; Sean (VCasey. 
Cbalfont St. Giles, Buckingham- 
shire, England. 489 

World apartment; a symbolic drama 
in many scenes, by C. B. Millholland. 
Act. 3. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 1934; D 
26324; Charles Bruce Millholland. 
Indianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on Act 3] 40(1 

Wrong (The) house and the wrong 
planet : a 3-act comedy drama, by 
A. L. De Moroff. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 
1034: D 26157; Alexander Lawrence 
de Moroff. New York. 491 

Yankee Doodle dandy : a play in 4 
acts, by F. R. White. © 1 c. Jan. 
20. 1034; D 203(15 : Frank R. White, 
New York. 492 

Ye happy minstrel and tiny band, nos. 
65. 86, a series of radio sketches, by 
Ford Rush. © 1 c. each Jan. 18, 
1934; D 262(14. 26205: Wheatena 
corp, Rahway, N. J. 493, 494 



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498 



You're lucky if you're killed ; a musi- 
cal play in a prologue, 2 acts and 
epilogue, written and composed by 
N. M. Craig. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1933 ; 
D 2S596; Norman McLeod Craig, 
Fergus. Canada. [Copyright is 
claimed on additions and revisions] 
495 

You're not the type ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Donald Randolph. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1934; D 26088; Donald F. 
Randolph, New York. 496 



Zwei lachende augen; operette in 3 
akten, von Rudolf Oesterreicher und 
Ludwig Hirschfeld, musik von Oscar 
Straus. Text. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1933 ; 
D. 25965; W. Karczag musikver- 
lag, Vienna, and Doremi musikve- 
rlag, a.-g., Basel, Switzerland. 497 

700,000 pounds discovered in volume 
of books ; a sketch, by Dave Elman. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 26238; 
Blackman co., New York. 498 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3 of the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 407 unpublished) 450 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 12 unpub- 
lished) 28 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 11 unpublished) 16 

Dramatic-musical compositins in foreign languages (including 
unpublished) 4 

Total 498 



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TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [498 



Case (The) of Sophronia; a play for 
six girls, by Marjorie Benton Cooke. 
© Edson Cooke. Chicago, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is 
not living. R 28104, Dec. 20, 1983. 1 

Fairy (The) ring; a play for children, 
by Marjorie Benton Cooke. © Ed- 
son Cooke, Chicago, as the next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 28105, Dec. 20, 1933. 2 

Finer (The) shades of honor; a play 
for 8th grade pupils, by Marjorie 
Benton Cooke. © Edson Cooke, 
Chicago, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 28106. 
Dec. 20, 1933. 3 

First (The) Thanksgiving dinner; a 
play for 6th to 12th grade schools, 
by Marjorie Benton Cooke. © Ed- 
son Cooke, Chicago, as the next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 28099, Dec. 20, 1933. 4 

Game (A) at love, and other plays; 
by G. S. Vie reck. Contents. — A game 
at love. — The mood of a moment. — 
From death's own eyes. — A question 
of fidelity. — The butterfly : a mo- 
rality. — Opinions and notices. © 
George Sylvester Viereck. New 
York, as the author. R 28351, Dec. 
15, 1933. 5 

His house in order ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by A. W. Pinero. © Sir Ar- 
thur Pinero, London, as the author. 
R 27984, Nov. 27, 1933. 6 

Mexicana ; comic opera in 3 acts, book 
by C. Driscoll and Robert B. Smith, 
music by Raymond Hubbell. [Li- 
bretto only] © Robert B. Smith, 
Brooklyn, as one of the authors. 
R 28041, Dec. 12, 1933. 7 

Roll-call (The) of heroes; a Decora- 
tion day entertainment, by Marjorie 
Benton Cooke. © Edson Cooke, 



Chicago, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 28102, 
Dec. 20, 1933. 8 

Salome; a drama in 1 act. after Oscar 
Wilde's poem. German tr. by Hod- 
wig Lachmann. music by Richard 
Strauss. [Libretto only] '© Hedwig 
Lachmann, Berlin, as the author. 
R 27958, Dec. 14, 1933. 9 

Springtime (A) fantasy: an Easter 
play for little folk, by Marjorie 
Benton Cooke. © Edson Cooke, 
Chicago, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 28101, 
Dec. 20, 1933. 10 

Timon of Athens (Shakespeare's trag- 
edy of) ; ed. with notes, by William 
J. Rolfe. © John C. Rolfe, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 28239, Jan. 3. 
1934. 11 

Tit for tat ; a play for little folks, by 
Marjorie Benton Cooke. © Edson 
Cooke. Chicago, as the next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
28103. Dec. 20, 1933. 12 

Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare's trag- 
edy of) ; ed. by William J. Rolfe. 
© John C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as 
the child of the deceased author. R 
2S241, Jan. 3. 1934. 13 

Two (The) noble kinsmen; by John 
Fletcher and William Shakespeare, 
ed. with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 
© John C. Rolfe. Philadelphia, as 

the child of the deceased author. Ii 
28242, Jan. 3. 1984. 14 

When knights were bold : an incident 
of King Arthur's court, by Marjorie 
Benton Cooke. © Edson Cooke. 
Chicago, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 28100. 
Dec. 20, 1933. 15 



22 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Advice to the lovelorn; from a novel 
by Nathaniel West, screen play by 
Leonard Praskins, directed by Al- 
fred Werker. 7 reels. © Dec. 1, 
1933 ; 2 e. and description Jan. 2, 
1934 ; L 4373 ; 20th century pictures, 
inc., New York. 499 

Air maniacs. (A Treasure chest pro- 
duction) Reel. © Dec. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 16, 1934; M 
4514 ; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 500 

Air tonic ; story by Joseph A. Fields 
and Walter Weems. directed by Sam 
White. 2 reels. © Dec. 22, 1933; 
2 c. and description Jan. 2, 1934 ; 
L 4371 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 501 

Alice in Wonderland; from the story 
by Lewis Carroll, screen play by 
Joseph L. Mankiewicz and William 
Cameron Menzies, directed by Nor- 
man McLeod. 8 reels. © Dec. 22, 
1933; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1934; description 
Jan. 5; L 4386; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 502 

All of me; based on the play Chrysalis 
by Rose Albert Porter, screen play 
by Sidney Buchman and Thomas 
Mitchell, dialogue direction by 
Thomas Mitchell, directed by James 
Flood. 8 reels. © Jan. 17, 1934; 
2 c. Jan. 18 ; description Jan. 20 ; L 
4423; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 503 

Argentina ; by C. A. Morrison. Reel. 
© Mar. 13, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
description Jan. 11 ; M 4503 ; East- 
man teaching films, inc., Rochester, 
N. Y. 504 

Around the calendar. (A Grantland 
Rice, Sport! ight) Reel. © Dec. 21, 
1933 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; description Dec. 
28 ; M 4492 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 505 

Autograph (The) hunter; story by 
Harry Love, animation by Allen 
Rose and Preston Blair. (A Krazy 
Kat cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 23, 



1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; description Jan. 
23 ; M 4523 ; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 506 

Beloved ; original story by Paul Gan- 
gelin, screen play by Paul Gangelin 
& George O'Neil, directed by Victor 
Schertzinger. 9 reels. © Jan. 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; description Jan. 
13 ; L 4407 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 507 

Big (The) shakedown; from the story 
Cut rate by S. Engels & Niven 
Busch, screen play by Niven Busch 
and Rian James, directed by John 
Francis Dillon. 7 reels. © Dec. 30, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 2, 
1934; L 4372; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 508 

Bombay mail ; from the novel by L. G. 
Blochman, screen play by Tom Reed, 
directed by Edwin L. Marin. 8 
reels. © Jan. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; 
description Jan. 2 ; L 4377 ; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 509 

Border (The) legion. See Last (The) 
round-up. 

British Guiana. (A FitzPatrick travel- 
talk) Reel. © Dec. 13, 1933; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 9, 1934 ; M 
4500 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 510 

Broadway varieties; directed by Mil- 
ton Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Jan. 
29, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 27; description 
Jan. 30; L 4440; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 511 

Campanile (The) murders. See Mur- 
der on the campus. 

Candy (The) house. (An Oswald car- 
toon) Reel. © Jan. 9, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 10 ; M 4501 ; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
512 

Chrysalis. See All of me. 

Cross country cruise ; story by Stanley 
Rauh, screen play by Elmer Harris, 
directed by Edward Buzzell. 8 reels. 
© Jan. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 6; L 4390; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 513 



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514 



pt. I, V. 7 



Cross streets ; story by Gordon Mor- 
ris, continuity and dialogue by An- 
thony Coldewey, directed by Frank 
R. Strayer. 7 reels. © Jan. 17, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 19; description Jan. 
20 ; L 4421 ; Invincible pictures Corp., 
New York. 514 

Curio shop ; story by Harry Love, ani- 
mation by Allen Rose and Preston 
Blair. (A Krazy Kat cartoon) 
Reel. © Dec. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; 
description Jan. 5, 1934; M 4498; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 515 

Cut rate. See Big (The) shakedown. 

Dancing lady ; from the book by James 
Warner Bellah, screen play by Allen 
Rivkin and P. J. Wolfson, directed 
by Robert Z. Leonard. 10 reels. © 
Nov. 27, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 11, 1934; L 4402; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 516 

Davy Jones' locker. (Willie Whop- 
per cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 18, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 24 ; 
M 4527 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 517 

Death (The) plunge. See Pirate 
treasure. 

Eight girls in a boat; story by Hel- 
mut Brandis, adaptation by Lewis 
Foster, screen play by Casey Robin- 
son, directed by Richard Wallace. 
9 reels. © Jan. 5, 1934; 2 e. Jan. 
4 ; description Jan. 5 ; L 4385 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollvwood, 
Calif. 518 

Enlighten thy daughter ; from the 
story by Ivan Abramson, adapted 
by Arthur Hoerl, additional dialogue 
by Betty Laidlaw and Bob Lively, 
directed by John Varley. 8 reels. 
© Nov. 9, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 8. 1934; 
description Jan. 9; L 4393; Exploi- 
tation pictures, inc., New York. 519 

Eskimo ; from the books Der Eskimo 
and Die Flucht ins weisse land by 
Peter Freuchen, translated to the 
screen by John Lee Mahin. produced 
by Hunt Stromberg. 12 reels. © 
Jan. 9. 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 17; L 4413; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp-. New York. 520 

Eskimo (Der) Sec Eskimo. 

Fighting (The) lady; by Robert Ober, 
from a stage play by Robert Ober, 
adapted by John Francis Natteford, 
directed by Carlos Borcosque. 6 
reels. © Jan. 2, 1934; 2 c. and 



description Jan. 23; L 4443; Fan- 
chon Royer pictures, inc., New York. 

5a 

Flucht (Die) ins weisse land. See 
Eskimo. 

Flying down to Rio; from a play by 
Ann Caldwell, based on an original 
story by Lou Brock, screen play by 
Cyril Hume, H. W. Hanemann and 
Erwin Gelsey, directed by Thornton 
Freeland. 10 reels. © Dec. 29, 
1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 16, 
1934; L 440S: RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 522 

Formation of soil ; by K. R. Edwards. 
Reel. © Aug. 18, 1933; 2 c. Jan. 
12. 1934; description Jan. 11: M 
4505; Eastman teaching films, inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. 523 

Found alive; story by Captain Jacob 
Conn, continuity and dialogue by 
Adrian Johnson, directed by Charles 
Hutchison. 7 reels. © Jan. 22, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 22; description Jan. 
23 ; L 4428 ; Olympic pictures corp., 
New York. 524 

Four frightened people : from the 
novel by E. Arnot Robertson, screen 
play by Bartlett Cormack and Le- 
nore Coffee, directed by Cecil B. De- 
Mille. 8 reels. © Jan. 25, 1934; 
2 c. Jan. 25; description Jan. 27; 
L 4435; Paramount productions. 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 525 

From flower to fruit; by K. It. Ed- 
wards. Reel. © Aug. 31. 1933; 
2 c. Jan. 12, 1934 : description Jan. 
11; M 4504; Eastman teaching 
films, inc.. Rochester. N. Y. r>L>6 

Frontier marshal : adapted from inci- 
dents in the novel by Stuart N. Lake, 
screen play by William Conselman 
and Stuart Anthony, directed by 
Lew Seiler. 7 reels. © Jan. 9, 
1934; 2 c. and description Jan. 9; 
L 4396: Fox film corp.. New York. 
527 

Fugitive lovers: from the original 
screen story by Ferdinand Reyher 
and Frank Wead. screen play by 
Albert Hackett, Frances Goodrich 
and George B. Seitz. directed by 
Richard Boleslavsky. !) reels. © 
Jan. 3, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 17: L 4414; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp.. New York. 528 

Gallant lady; original story by Gil- 
bert Emery and Franc Rhodes, 
screen play by Sam Mintz, directed 



24 



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no. 1, 1934 



549 



by Gregory La Cava. 9 reels. © 
Jan. 1, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 2; L 4374; 20th century pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 529 

Galloping Fanny; by Steve Muffati & 
Ed Donnelly. (Aesop's fables) 
Reel. © Dec. 1, 1933; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 24, 1934; M 4524: 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 530 

Gay (The) gaucho ; drawn by Rollin 
Hamilton & Thomas McKinson. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © Nov. 3, 
1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 25, 
1934; M 4528; Van Beuren corp.. 
New York. 531 

Git along little wine ; story by Charles 
Lamont and Dona Barell, dialogue 
and continuity by Colin Clements 
and Ewart Adamson, directed by 
Charles Lamont. 2 reels. © Nov. 
3, 1933 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 4, 
1934; L 4378; Educational prod., 
inc., New York. 532 

Goofytone newsreel ; no. 4, directed by 
Don Malkames. Reel. © Jan. 29, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 26; description Jan. 
30 ; M 4543 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 533 

Grand uproar ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Aug. 25, 
1933; 2 c. and description Jan. 17, 
1934 ; M 4517 ; Moser & Terry, New 
York. 534 

Green (The) plant; by K. R. Edwards. 
Reel. © Nov. 3, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1934; description Jan. 11; M 4506; 
Eastman teaching films, inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 535 

Grin and bear it ; story by George 
Stevens and Fred Guiol, directed by 
George Stevens. 2 reels. © Dec. 29, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 11, 
1934; L 4400; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 536 

Hey nanny nanny ; story by Ben 
Holmes and Johnnie Grey, dialogue 
by Bobby Clark, directed by Ben 
Holmes. 2 reels. © Dec. 29, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 19, 1934; 
L 4418 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 537 

Hi, Nellie ; story by Roy Chanselor, 
screen play by Abem Finkel and Sid- 
ney Sutherland, directed by Mervyn 
LeRoy. 8 reels. © Jan. 24. 1934; 
2 c. and description Jan. 26 ; L 4431 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 53S 



Holland days ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 19 ; M 4520 ; 
Moser & Terry, New York. 539 

Hollywood on parade; B 6, Reel. © 
Jan. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; description 
Jan 5 : M 4496 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 540 

House (The) fly ; by C, E. Baer. Reel. 
© Apr. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
description Jan. 11 ; M 4507 ; East- 
man teaching films, inc., Rochester, 
N.Y. 541 

I am Suzanne ; story and screen play 
by Rowland V. Lee and Edwin Jus- 
tus Mayer, directed by Rowland V. 
Lee. 14 reels. © Dec. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 11, 1934 ; L 
4403 ; Fox film corp., New York. 

542 

In a glass darkly. See Vampire. 

Inventors (The) ; story by William 
Watson & Sig Herzig. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 19, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 19; L 4420; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 543 

It's sport in any language; narrated 
by Ford Bond. Reel. © Dec. 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1934 ; description 
Dec. 29, 1933; M 4494; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 544 

Jack and the beanstalk. Reel. © Nov. 
30, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1934 : descrip- 
tion Jan. 25 ; M 4529 ; Celebrity pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 545 

Jumping giants. (Grantland Rice, 
Sportlight) Reel. © Jan. 25, 1934; 
2 c. and description Jan. 27 ; M 4541 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 546 

Just an echo ; story by Dean Ward and 
Vernon Dent, directed by Arvid E. 
Gillstrom. 2 reels. © Jan. 17, 1934 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18; description Jan. 20; 
L 4424 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood ,Calif. 547 

Keeps rainin' all the time; animated 
by Seymour Kneitel and William 
Henninc, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Jan. 10, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
description Jan. 18; M 4518; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 548 

Last (The) dogie; story by Arthur 
Jarrett. directed by William Watson. 
Reel. © Nov. 17, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 12, 1934; M 4508; 
Skibo productions, New York. 549 



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550 



pt. I, v. 7 



Last (The) round-up; based on Zane 
Grey's novel The Border legion, 
screen play by Jack Cunningham, 
directed by Henry Hathaway. 7 
reels. © Jan. 25, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; 
description Jan. 27; L 443(5; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 550 

Let's fall in love; story and screen 
• play by Herbert Fields, directed by- 
David Burton. 7 reels. © Jan. 5, 
1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; description Jan. 8 ; 
L 4387; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 551 

Little boy blue ; by Frank Moser and 

Paul Terry. Reel. © Nov. 30, 1933 ; 

2 c. and description Jan. 8, 1934 ; 

M 4499; Moser & Terry, New Yoi'k. 

552 

Live and laugh ; by Max Wilner. © 
title reed. Jan. 2, 1934; description 
reed. Jan. 13 ; 25 prints reed. Jan. 2 ; 
L 4417; Jewish talking picture co., 
inc., New York. 553 

Madame Spy; from a novel by Max 
Kimmich, screen play by William 
Hurlbut, directed by Karl Freund. 
7 reels. © Jan. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 2; 
description Jan. 3 ; L 4376 ; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 554 

Manhattan lullaby; story and music 
by James F. Hanley, produced by 
Jack White. Reel. © Nov. 24, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 16, 
1934; M 4513; Skibo productions. 
New York. 555 

Massacre ; story by Robert Gessner, 
screen play by Ralph Block and 
Sheridan Gibney, directed by Alan 
Crosland. 8 reels. © Jan. 16, 1984 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 17 ; L 4411 ; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 556 

Men of to-morrow ; based on the novel 
Young Apollo by Anthony Gibbs, 
scenario and dialogue by Anthony 
Gibbs, directed by Leontine Sagan. 
9 reels. © Oct. 4, 1932 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1934; description Jan. 8; L 4389; 
London film corp., New York. 557 

Mickey's minsitrels ; story by Levering, 
Blaiklock & Young, directed by J. A. 
Duffy. 2 reels. © Jan. 2, 1934; 
2 e. Jan. 5 ; description Jan. 8 ; L 
4388 ; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 558 

Midnight; from the play by Paul and 
Claire Sifton, directed by Chester 
Erskin. S reels. © Jan. 2, 1934; 



2 c. Jan. 3 ; description Jan. 4 : L 
4383 ; Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 559 

Mild oats. See Pardon my pups. 

Million dollar melody; story by Sig 
Herzig and Burnet Hershey, dia- 
logue direction by E. B. Colvan, pro- 
duced by Jack White. 2 reels. © 
Oct. 27, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 23, 1934; L 4429; Educational 
prod., inc., New York. 560 

Miss Fane's* baby is stolen ; story by 
Rupert Hughes, screen play by 
Adela Rogers St. Johns, continuity 
bv Jane Storm, directed by Alexan- 
der Hall. 7 reels. © Jan. 10, 1934 ; 
2 c. Jan. 12; description Jan. 18; L 
4415; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 561 

Missing (The) clue; by H. A. Ripley, 
adaptation by William Francis, di- 
rected by Louis De Rochemont. 
(Minute mysteries) Reel. © Jan. 
26, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 26; description 
Jan. 27 ; L 4433 ; Bray pictures Corp., 
New York. 562 

Mr. Adam; story by William Watson 
and Art Jarrett, edited by Barney 
Rogan. 2 reels. © Nov. 17, 1933; 
2 c and description Jan. 4. 1934; L 
4379; Educational prod., inc.. New 
York. 563 

Moorish Spain ; by Russell Spaulding. 
narrator Alois Havrilla. ( Vagabond 
adventure series) Reel. © Jan. 10, 
1934; 2 c. and description Jan. 11; 
M 4502; Van Beuren corp.. New 
York. 564 

Moth (The) ; an original story by 
Joseph O'Donnell, directed by Fred 
Newmeyer. 7 reels. © Jan. 20. 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 24: description Jan. 
25 ; L 4430 ; Screencraft productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 56a 

Moulin rouge; based on a story by 
Nunnally Johnson, screen play by 
Nunnally Johnson and Henry Lohr- 
man, directed by Sidney Lantield. 
8 reels. © Jan. 25, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 26: L 4432: 20th 
century pictures, inc.. New York. 

566 

Murder on the campus: adapted from 
the novel The Campanile murders, 
story by Whitman Chambers, con- 
tinuity by Andrew Moses, directed 
by Richard Thorpe. 7 reels. © Jan. 
6. 1934: 2 c. Jan. 8; description Jan. 
9; L 4394; Chesterfield motion pic- 
tures corp., New York. 567 



26 



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no. 1, 1934 



Nervous hands; no. 1628-29, story by 
Glen Lambert & Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 29, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 30 ; L 4442 ; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 568 

North of zero; story by Harold At- 
teridge, dialogue director Glenn 
Lambert, produced by Jack White. 
2 reels. © Jan. 19, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 19; L 4419; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 
569 



Old (The) bugler; story an 
tion by James Mulhauser and Scott 
E. Cleethorpe, directed by Del Lord. 
2 reels. © Jan. 4, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 
4 ; description Jan. 5 ; L 4384 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 570 

Old (An) Gypsy custom; story and 
dialogue by Ernest Pagano, Ewart 
Adamson, C. Edward Roberts and 
N. T. Barrows, directed by Harry J. 
Edwards. 2 reels. © Jan. 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 9 ; L 4395 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 571 

On approval; directed by Kenneth 

Webb. 2 reels. © Jan. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. 

and description Jan. 11 ; L 4399 ; 

RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

572 

Pals; animation by Jim Tyer. (O. 
Soglow's, The Little king) Reel. © 
Dec. 22, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 29, 1934 ; M 4542 ; Van Beuren 
Corp., New York. 573 

Palsie walsie; story by Albert Austin 
& James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Jan. 
16, 1934; 2 c and description Jan. 
17 ; L 4409 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 574 

Paramount pictorial 3; no. 7. Reel. 
© Jan. 25, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 27 ; M 4540 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
575 

Paramount sound news. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount productions, inc., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 576-596 
No. 23, 25-31. © Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 

1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 1933 ; 2 c. each 

Dec. 29 ; description each Dec. 28 ; 

M 4480-4487. 
No. 24. © Oct. 25, 1933; 2 c. Dec. 

29; description Jan. 4, 1934; M 

4495. 



No. 32-35. © Nov. 22, 25, 29, Dec. 3, 
1933 ; 2 c. each Dec. 29 ; descrip- 
tion each Dec. 28 ; M 4488-4491. 
No. 36-43. © Dec. 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 
24, 28, 31, 1933 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion each Jan. 27, 1934; M 4532- 
4539. 
Pardon my pups; suggested from the 
story Mild oats by Florence Ryerson 
& Colin Clements, adaptation and 
continuity by Ewart Adamson, di- 
rected by Charles Lamont. (Frolics 
of youth) 2 reels. © Jan. 8, 1934; 
2 c. and description Jan. 8 ; L 4392 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 597 

Pirate treasure ; story by Ella O'Neill, 
screen play by George Plympton, 
Basil Dickey & Jack Nelson, directed 
by Ray Taylor. 2 reels each. © 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
598-600 
Chapter 1, Stolen treasure. © Jan. 
9, 1934; 2 c. and description Jan. 
10; L 4397. 
Chapter 2, The Death plunge. © 
Jan. 12, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 10; de- 
scription Jan. 13; L 4404. 
Chapter 3, The Wheels of fate. © 
Jan. 16, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 18; de- 
scription Jan. 17 ; L 4416. 
Queen Christina ; from the original 
story by Salka Viertel and Margaret 
P. Levino, screen play by H. M. 
Harwood and Salka Viertel, dia- 
logue by S. N. Behrman, directed by 
Rouben Mamoulian. 11 reels. © 
Jan, 23, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 29; L 4439; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 601 

Radio dough; story by Richy Craig, 
jr., directed by Al Boasberg. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 10, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 10; de- 
scription Jan. 15 ; L 4405 ; Columbia 
pictures Corp., New York. 602 

Rasslin' (The) match; animation by 
Geo. Stallings. Reel. © Jan. 5, 
1934; 2 c. and description Jan. 24; 
M 4526; Van Beuren corp,, New 
York. 603 

Riders of destiny; story by R. N. 
Bradbury, directed by Robert N. 
Bradbury. 6 reels. © Jan. 22, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 22; description Jan. 
23 ; L 4427 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 604 

Sagebrush trail; story by Lindsley 
Parsons, directed by Armand 
Schaefer. 6 reels. © Dec. 1, 1933 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 15, 1934; 
L 4406 ; Monosram pictures Corp., 
New York. 605 



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pt. I, v. 7 



School for romance: screen play by 
Edward Eliscu and Archie Gottler, 
directed by Archie Gottler. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 25, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 26; de- 
scription Jan. 27 ; L 4434 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 600 

Scrappy's art gallery ; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis. 
Reel. © Jan. 19, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; 
description Jan. 23; M 4522; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 007 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 6. Reel. © 
Jan. 10, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 12; descrip- 
tion Jan. 18; M 4519; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
608 

She wronged him right ; animated by 
Roland Crandall and Thomas John- 
son, directed by Dave Fleischer. (A 
Betty Boop cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 
4, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; description Jan. 
5; M 4497; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 609 

Should ladies behave ; from the play 
The Vinegar tree by Paul Osborn, 
screen play by Bella and Samuel 
Spewack, directed by Harry Beau- 
mont. 9 reels. © Dec. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 3, 1934 ; L 4375 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 610 

Sinister stuff; bv Steve Muffati. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © Jan. 23, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 24 ; 
M 4525; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. , 611 

Sleepers east ; from the novel by Fred- 
erick Nebel, screen play and dia- 
logue by Lester Cole, directed by 
Kenneth MacKenna. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 17 ; L 4410; Fox film corp., New 
York. 612 

Sock a bye baby; animated by Sey- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Chandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. (A 
Popeye the sailor cartoon) Reel. 
© Jan. 17, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 18; de- 
scription Jan. 20; M 4521: Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 613 

Son of Kong; story by Ruth Rose, 

directed by Ernest. B. School Isack. 
7 reels. © Dec. 29, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 11, 1934; L 4401; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
614 

Song (The) is ended. See Song (The) 
you gave mo. 



Song (The) you gave me; by British 
international productions, ltd., from 
The Song is ended by Walter Reisch, 
adaptation and scenario by Clifford 
Grey, directed by Paul L. Stein. 7 
reels. © Jan. 26. 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; 
description Jan. 29; L 4437: Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 615 

Sons of the desert; story by Frank 
Craven, continuity by Byron Mor- 
gan, directed by William A. Seiter. 
7 reels. © Dec. 27, 1933 : 2 c. and 
description Jan. 4, 1934: L 4380; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Maver Corp.. New 
York. 616 

Station T-O-T. Reel. © Jan. 17. 1934 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18; description Jan. 2i»; 
L 4422 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. til 7 

Stolen treasure. See Pirate treasure. 

Straightaway; story and screen play 
by Lambert Hillyer, directed by 
Otto Brower. 6 reels. © Jan. 2, 
1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 2 ; description Jan. 
4; L 4382; Columbia pictures corp.. 
New York. 61S 

Strange as it seems ; no. 36. by John 
Hix, produced by Nanny Nathan and 
Jerry Fairbanks. Reel. © Jan. 2d, 
1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 20 : description Jan. 
22; L 4426; Universal pictures corp.. 
New York. 619 

Strange case of Hennessy : story by 
Johnny Burke and Harold Spina, di- 
rected by Ray McCarey. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 4, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 11; L 4398; Van Beuren corp.. 
New York. 620 

Three on a honeymoon (Voyage de 
noces) ; dialogue by Jean Boyer, di- 
rected by Pierre O'Connell. 10 reels. 
© Dec. 4, 1933 ; 1 c. and description 
Jan. 29. 1934; L 4438; l'rotex trad- 
ing corp., New York. (>:!l 

Trimmed in furs; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano and Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Charles Lamont. 2 
reels. © Jan. 8. 1934: 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 8; L 4391: Educa- 
tional productions, inc.. New York. 
622 

Twin screws; directed by James Par- 
rott. (Hal Roach. All star comedy) 
2 reels. © Dec. 27. 1933; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 17. 1934: L 4412: 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 623 

Universal news] taper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc.. New York. 024-033 



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no. 1, 1934 



637 



No. 201, 202. © Nov. 28, Dec. 1, 
1933 ; 2 c. each Jan. 15, 1934 ; de- 
scription each Jan. 4 ; M 4509, 
4510. 

No. 203, 204. © Dec. 5, 8, 1933; 
2 c. each Jan. 15, 1934 ; descrip- 
tion each Jan. 13; M 4511, 4512. 

No. 205, 206. © Dec. 12, 15, 1933; 
2 c. and description each Jan. 17, 
19-34 ; M 4515, 4516. 

No. 207, 208. © Dec. 19, 22, 1933 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 25, 1934 ; descrip- 
tion each Jan. 23; M 4530, 4531. 

No. 209, 210. © Dec. 26, 20, 1933; 
2 c. each Jan. 31, 1934 ; descrip- 
tion each Jan. 30 ; M 4544, 4545. 

Vampire; adapted from the novel In 
a glass darkly by Sheridan Le Fanu, 
screen play by C. Th. Dreyer and 
Christen Jul, English adaptation by 
W. K. Hedwig. © title, description 
and 35 prints reed. Jan. 30, 1934; 
L 4441 ; General foreign sales Corp., 
New York. 634 



Vaudeville on parade; directed by 
Milton Sehwarzwald. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 19, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 20 ; L 4425 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 635 



See Should la- 



Vinegar (The) tree. 
dies behave. 

Voyage de noces. See Three on a 
honeymoon (Voyage de noces). 

Wheels (The) of fate. See Pirate 
treasure. 

When the lights went out ; adaptation 
by Ross Callaway, directed by Louis 
De Rochemont (Minute mysteries). 
Reel. © Jan. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 2 ; 
description Jan. 4 ; L 4381 ; Bray pic- 
tures corp., New York. 636 

Where's that tiger. Reel. © Dec. 
21, 1933; 2 c. Dec. 20; description 
Dec. 28 ; M 4493 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 637 

Young Apollo. See Men of to-morrow. 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1934: 

Motion picture photoplays 73 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 66 

Total 139 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



rpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
■*■ issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D," Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class " M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " I," Class 1, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; " © 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
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advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C., by postal money 
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of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

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for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abraham Lincoln ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. C. Steyert. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1934; D 26847; Leith Cooper Stey- 
ert, Catasauqua, Pa. 638 

Aida (Verdi's) ; dramatized from the 
original vocal score arrangement of 
Antonio Ghislanzoni, by Eugenia 
Da Vinci, pseud, [of] I. Sicuro. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1934; D 
26884 ; Ida Sicuro, Brooklyn. 639 

Akrcbaten des gliicks ; 6 bilder mit 
gesang uud tanz (nach Pohl) von 
Oskar Felix, musik von Walter W. 
Goetze. Regiebucb. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1934; D 26437; Allegro 
theaterverlag, g. m. b. b., Berlin. 
640 

Alba (L') della rinascita ; melodramma 
in 3 atti, parole e musica di Nino 
Cattozzo. Milano [1934] 90 p. 
12mo, Text. © Jan. 2, 1934; 1 c. 
Jan. 18; D 26433; Casa musicale 
Sonzogno, s. a., Milan. 641 

Riduzione per canto e pianoforte 

dell' autore. Milano [1934] 4 p. 
1., 242 p. f ol. © Jan. 9, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 26; D 28607; Casa musicale 
Sonzogno, s. a., Milan. 642 

All in a day ; a play in 3 acts, by Jes- 
sie Medbury. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934 ; 
D 26673 ; Jessie Royce Landis, New 
York. 643 

All set for etiquette ; a 1-act play, by 
Beatrice M. Casey. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 21 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 22, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; 
D 26620; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 644 

Alphabet antics ; by Eva R. Baird. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 9 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 22, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26619; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 645 

American (The) parade; a melodrama 
in 19 scenes with 6 original songs, 
by W. Van Valkenburg. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 26897 ; Warner Van 
Valkenburg, Los Angeles. 646 



Ancient oriental order of the sacred 

camels of Bumbaboo ; by Salem N. 

Be skin. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1934; D 

26550; Anna E. Schuster, Chicago. 

647 

And there was light ; a dramalogue 
for radio production, by M. A. 
Klein. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1934; D 
26792 ; Margaret A. Klein, Flushing, 
N. Y. 648 

Animal (The) gesture; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Maurice Weed. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1934; D 26577; Maurice A. 
Weed, Austin, Tex. 649 

Annina ; book and lyrics by Rowland 
Leiah and John Shubert, music by 
Rudolf Friml. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934; 
D 28622; Select theatres Corp., New 
York. 650 

Antony says good-bye; a comedy in 3 
acts, by David Carey [pseud, of J. A. 
Egan] and Lea Samuels [pseud, of 
L. L. Goldstein] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1934 ; D 26762 ; John A. Egan, Hol- 
yoke, Mass., and Leah Loncka Gold- 
stein, Salt Lake City. 651 

Assorted nuts ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by A. T. Diem. Book and 
lyrics. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1934 ; D 26525 ; 
Arthur T. Diem, Long Island City, 
N. Y. 652' 

At home with Gounod, presenting the 
opera. Faust. -See Little dramas 
from great operas. 

Au clair cle la lune. See Trois Come- 
dies en un acte. 

Author (The) and the plagiarist; a 
play in 1 act. by Paul Thurman 
[pseud, of T. F. Reese] © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1934 ; D 26587 ; Thurman Frank- 
lin Reese, Hollywood, Calif. 653 

Avengers (The) ; pt. 2, a radio series 
in 8 scenes, by Michael Kelly. © 1 
c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26676; Holly- 
wood radioscriptions, Hollywood, 
Calif. 654 

Avventura (Un") al sud; schema per 
cinematografia [di] U. Stim [pseud, 
of G. de Gennaro Musti] [Roma, 



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Avventura (Un') al sud — Continued. 
1933] 54 p. Svo. © July 15. 1933 : 

1 c. Nov. 9 : D 2(5434 : Gaspare de 
Gennaro Musti, Rome. 655 

Awakening of American youth; drama 
in 5 acts, by L. 8. Bardoly. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23. 1934: D 26752; Louis 
Stephan Bardoly, Cleveland. 656 

Babe Ruth (The) boys' club: episode 
1-18, a scries of radio sketches, by 
MeCann-Eriekson, inc. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 1, 1934 ; D 26382-26399 ; Stand- 
ard oil co. of New Jersey, New York. 
657-674 

Baby carriages; by Angelo Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation. 
Angelo Patri program, Oct. 15. 1933) 
© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1934; D 26665; An- 
gelo Patri, New York. 1175 

Baiting Ma ; comedy, by Hope Lynn 
[pseud, of T. Lyons] © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1934; D 26687; Theresa Lyons. 
Detroit. 676 

Ballerina : a play in 3 acts, by Rodney 
Ackland, based on the novel by Elea- 
nor Smith, music by Henry Sullivan, 
lyrics by Desmond Carter. Text. 
© 1 c. Dec. 16. 1933 : D 20423 : Bal- 
lerina, ltd., New York. 677 

Barber sharps; series 1, a radio sketch, 
by L. B. Lindquist. © 1 c. Feb. 5. 
1034 ; D 20445 : L. B. Lindquisr. Des 
Moines. 678 

Beans an" bacon. Sec Death Valley 

.lays. 

Beautiful (The) garden; an Easter 
pageant-playlet, by Emma Gary Wal- 
lace. Franklin. O., Denver. Col.. 
1933. 9 p. 12mo. © Sept. 20. 1933 : 

2 c. Feb. 10. 1034: D 26639; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin. 
O. 070 

Before pleasure; a satire in 3 acts, by 
Frank Boeder [pseud, of F. P. Ro- 
senberg] and L. Toll. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1934; D26893; Francis B. Rosenberg 
and Lionel Toil. New York. 680 

Below par; a drama in 3 acts, by 
W. R. Scott. 1 c Feb. 10, 1934; D 
20u7: William Rufus Scott, San 

Gabriel, Calif. 681 

Benny's Hallowe'en : by Caroline Barr. 
Franklin, O.. Denver, Col., 1933. 11 
p. 12mo. © Aim. 20. 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 10. 1934; I> 26633: Eldridge 

entertainment house, inc.. Franklin, 
O. 682 



Big business: a modern farce in :'. a< ;-. 
by Wilbur Braun. Franklin. O.. 
Denver, Col.. 1933. 133 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 7. 1933; 2 c. Feb. 10. 
1934; D 20015; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc.. Franklin, O. 683 

Big little man; an American drama in 
3 acts, by E. B. Self. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1934: D 26732; Edwin B. Se £ 
Dayton, O. OS V 

Billy goat: a comedy in 1 act, by M. 
Curtis. © 1 c. Fen. 2-. 1034: D 
26883; Muriel Curtis. Point Pleasant, 
N.J. 685 

Birth of melody ; a dramatic satire in 

11 scenes, by II. Webb and S. .1. 

Bark. © 1 c. Feb. 15. 1934; D 

26596; Harrv Webb and Samuel J. 
Park, New York. 

Black headlines: episode no. 1. a radio 
feature, by II. C. Bernsten. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22. 1034; D 20243; Heberl Carl 
Bernsten, Los Angeles. 681 

Black pan: dramatic sketch, by <'. de 
Lvs and Irving Ross [i.e. I. Ross- 
Sehaffner] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1934: D 
26709: Claudia de Lys and Irving 
Ross-Schaffner, New York. 688 

Blame the stars: a play with songs 
in 3 acts, by M. Garrett. Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 15. 1934; D 26505: Margery 
Garrett, New York. 

Bonheur (Le) : piece nouvelle en 3 
actes et 4 tableux de Henry Bern- 
stein, i/,' Candide, nos. 506, 507. 
Nov. 23. 3D, 1033) © Nov. 23. 30, 
1933; 1 c. each Feb. 19. 1034: D 
26858; Henry Bernstein. Paris. 090 

Born King of the Jews; a Christmas 
miracle play with musical adapta- 
tion in a prologue and 7 scenes, by 
L. Carra. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1934; D 26485; Lawrence Carra. 
Somerville. Mass. 0,0! 

Brave gambit; a play in 2 acts, by A. 

Margolies. © 1 c. Feb. 21. 1934: D 

2073.": Albert Margolies, Brook! mi. 

602 

Building; a drama in 1 act, by T. Orr. 
©1 c. Feb. 2. 1934; D 26430; Theron 
Orr, Hollywood. Calif. 693 

By candlelight; a Christmas play, by 
Sigrid Van Swearingen. (A Seton 

play) © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1934; D 
207i5: D 20775: Saint Joseph's col- 
lege, Emmitsburg, Md. 694 



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By flesh reduced; a play in 3 acts, by 

D. S. Lifson. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934; 

D 26730: David Lifson, New York. 

695 

Camp Amity ; a play in 2 acts, by J. W. 
Wallace. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 
26702 ; James William Wallace, New 
York. 696 

Can you believe your ears? three 
short behind-the-curtain dialogues, 
by Edna May Ewert. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 5 p. 12nio. © 
Sept. 20, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26605 : Eld ridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 697 

Canceled (The) debt; a play in 1 act, 
by Isla Paschal Richardson. Boston 
[1934] 18 p. 12mo. © Jan. 9, 
1934 : 2 c. Feb. 17 ; D 26651 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 698 

Cecilia ; azione sacra in 3 episodi 
(quattro quadri) di Emidio Mucci 
[musica di] Licinio Refice. Ridu- 
zione per canto e pianoforte di Bona- 
ventura Somma. Milano, New York 
[etc.] 1934. 6 p. 1., 264 p. 4to. 
© Jan. 30, 1934; 1 c. Jan. 31; D 
28615 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 699 

Cedar Hill ; a melodrama in 5 epi- 
sodes and 3 interludes, by William 
Addison Dwiggins. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1934; D 26594; W. A. Dwiggins, 
Hingham Center, Mass. 700 

Cellophane lady; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert Turney. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1934; D 26470; Robert Morgan 
Turney, New York. 701 

C'est le guerre ; a dramatic sketch, by 
A. M. Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1934; 
D 26718; Arthur M. Smith, Dear- 
born, Mich. 702 

Chagres Rock ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Hertz. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934; D 
26729; David Hertz, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 703 

Chateaux en Espagne; comedie in- 
edite en 4 actes, de Sacha Guitry. 
(In Candide, nos. 501, 502. Oct. 19, 
26, 1933) © Oct. 19. 26. 1933: 1 
each Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 26859 ; Sacha 
Guitry, Paris. 704 

Chicken (The) lifters' convention; 
blackface farce in 1 act, by Florence 
R. Rayfield. Franklin, 0„ Denver, 
Col., 1933. 21 p. 12mo. © Julv 27, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26616; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 705 



Childe Harold ; 10 episodes in the life 
of Lord Byron, by A. John Kobler, 
jr. [i. e. J. Kobler, jr.] Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1934; D 26885; John 
Kobler, jr., New York. 706 

Choice (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. C. Randall. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934 ; 
D 26449; Ethel Claire Randall, 
Washington. 707 

Christ (The) the children knew ; by 
Hartge Cortelyou. An Easter play. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 10 
p. 12mo. © June 14, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26634; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 708 

Christian (The) Christmas tree; a 
1-act play [by Lucile Crites] Frank- 
lin, O., Denver. Col., 1933. 10 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 5, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26643; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

709 

Christmas (The) caravan; a Christ- 
mas festival for children with 
music, songs*, and dances, by Edith 
Wathen, music arranged by Elsie 
Goddard. Boston [1934] 52 p. 
12mo. Contains music. © Feb. 13, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; D 26648 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 710 

Christmas spectacles ; a bright play 
for young folks, by Mabel S. Van 
Tassell. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1933. 13 p. 12too. © Aug. 31, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26644; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 711 

Cinderella ; a Georgie, Joe-Jean play in 
a prologue, 2 acts and epilogue, by 
E. M. Disay, based on the old fairy 
tale: Cinderella. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1934; D 26487; Ethel M. 
Disay, Pittsburgh. 712 

Citta' (La) nuova ; dramma in 3 
tempi, cli V. Tommasini. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1934; D 26443; Vincenzo 
Tommasini, Rome. 713 

Clara Barton. See Pioneers of prog- 
ress. 

Class work ; comedy, by Hope Lynn 
[pseud, of T. Lyons] © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1934; D 26686; Theresa Lyons, 
Detroit. 714 

College Inn. See Gypsy girl. 

Come of age ; the text of a play in 
music and words, by Clemence 
Dane [pseud, of W. Ashton] and 



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pt. I, V. 7 



Come of age — Continued. 
Richard Addinsell. Garden City, 
N. Y., Doubleday, Doran & com- 
pany, inc., 1934. 7 p. 1., 3-116 p. 
12mo. Text. © Jan. 24. 1934; 2 
c. Jan. 26; D 26758; Winifred Ash- 
ton, Tonbridge, Kent, England. 715 

Comme un pot : eomedie en 1 acte 
[par] Jean Chaiielle et Rene Jac- 
quet. Paris, 1933. 12 p. Svo. © 
Sept. 1, 1933 : 1 c. Oct. 18 ; D 26580 ; 
C. Joubert et cie.. Paris. 716 

Comrade Professor ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by M. S. Terry and D. Welsh- 
man. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1933 : D 26769 : 
Myra Sokolska Terry and David 
Weissman, Los Angeles. 717 

Consider the lily ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Harris and R. Drachman. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2(1 1934; D 26761; 
Rosemary Drachman and John R. 
Harris, Tucson. Ariz. 718 

Counterfeit money that caused the 
capture of river pirates; by Dave 
Elman. © 1 c. Feb. 26. 1934; D 
26862; Blackmail co.. New York. 

719 

Crazy about it? by Gail White 
[useud. of Gertrude Thomas] 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 
13 p. 12nio. © Aug. 23. 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26632; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin. 
O. 720 

Crossing the bridge ; a mystery play 
in 3 acts, by A. C. Lomax. © 1 c. 
Feb 3, 1934; D 26431; A. Christo- 
pher Lomax, New York. 721 

Crown (The) prince ; a play in 2 acts, 
by D. C. Rosetahl. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1934; D 26409; David Cecil Rose- 
tahl, New York. 722 

Crowning the Queen of Fame ; a play 
in 1 act, by R. L. Hamilton. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1934; D 26868; Rose L. 
Hamilton, Pendleton, Or. 723 

Cupid now pitching; a radio drama in 

8 scenes, by C. M. Roach. © 1 c. 

Feb. 5, 1934; D 26447: Clarence 

Michael Roach, Takoma Park, D. C. 

724 

Curse (The) See Peccata originalis. 

Dark (The) tower; a melodrama, by 
Alexander Woollcott and George S. 
Kaufman. New York. Random 
house, 1934. 170 p. 8vo. © Jan. 
10. 1934; 2 c. Jan. 27; D 26726; 



Alexander Woollcott and George S. 
Kaufman, New York. 725 

Darktown (The) picnic; a black-face 
skit, bv Charles George. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1933. 23 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 30, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; 
D 26617 : Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 726 

Dawn Boy : Indian operetta in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by Cecily Allen, 
music by Oscar Rasbach. New York 
[1933] 2 p. 1.. 56 p. 4to. © Dec. 
30, 1933 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1934 ; D 2S609 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 727 

Daylight and dark; a 3-act play, by 
J. S. Brown, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 1.",. 
1934: D 26420; John S. Brown, jr., 
New York. 728 

Days gone by and up-to-date. (Found- 
er's day) ; a pageant by I. S. Stovall. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934 ; D 2(5451 ; Ina 
Singleton Stovall, Jacksonville, Fla. 
729 

Dead men tell; a dramatic comedy in 

3 acts, by P. Wylie and C. Worth. 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1934 ; D 2071:: ; Philip 

Wylie and Cedric Worth, New York. 

730 

Dear So-and-so; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by T. Liljencrantz. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1934; D 26805; Torvald Liljen- 
crantz, Aptos, Calif. 731 

Death Valley days : a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Feb. 8. 1934. Desert rats and city 
mice. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1934 ; D 26590 ; 
Pacific coast borax co.. New York. 

732 

Feb. 15, 1934. Beans an' ba- 
con. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934: D 26662; 

Pacific coast borax co., New York. 
733 

Feb. 22. 1934. A flash in the 

pan. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1934 ; D 26S65 ; 

Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

734 

De luxe ; a play in 3 acts, by L. Brom- 
field and J. Gearon. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1934; D 26703; Louis Bromfield, 
Princeton, N. J., and John Gearon, 
Englewood, N. J. 735 

Desert rats and city mice. See Death 
valley days. 

Devil (A) and a god; a play in 3 
acts, by Ansella Hunter [i. e. B. A. 
Hunter] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1934: D 
26420: Bertha Ansella Hunter, Los 
Angeles. 736 



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758 



Diamond (The) charm; a sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26508 ; Mira- 
cle diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 
737 

Diamond (The) medallion; a sketch, 
by Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26518 ; Mira- 
cle diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 
738 

Diamond (The) of Caesar Borgia; a 
sketch, by Alice Ward. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 
26519; Miracle diamonds corp., Salt 
Lake City. 739 

Diamond ransom ; a sketch, by Alice 
Ward. (Diamond dramas) © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26512 ; Miracle dia- 
monds corp., Salt Lake City. 740 

Diamond (The) studs ; a sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26510 ; Miracle 
diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 741 

Dibuk (II) ; leggenda drammatica di 
Scialom An-Ski, ridotta in un pro- 
logo e 3 atti da Renato Simoni. 
[Musica di] Lodovico Rocca, ridu- 
zione dell'autore per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano, New York [etc.] 
1934. 7 p. 1., 362 p. front, (port.) 
4to. © Jan. 17, 1934 ; 1 c. Jan. 19 ; 
D 28616 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

742 

Divine madness; a drama in 4 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by A. 
Kavanau. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1934; D 
2646v ; Alexander Kavanau. Brook- 
lyn. 743 

Divine (The) right to love; a play in 
3 acts, by A. Wickham. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1934; D 26770; Alice Wickham, 
New York. 744 

Dix-neuf ans ; operette en 3 actes, liv- 
ret de Jean Bastia, musique de Pas- 
cal Bastia. Paris, 1933. 144 p. 
incl. plans. 8vo. Text. © Sept. 1, 
1933 ; 1 c. Oct. 18 ; D 26581 ; C. Jou- 
bert et cie., Paris. 745 

Do I know women ! a stage and screen 
play in 3 acts, by A. Wood. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26658 ; Allan Wood, 
New York. 746 

Dr. Popcorn; a 3-act comedy, by F. J. 
Cawthon [jr.] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1934; 
D 26S46; Frank Joseph Cawthon. 
jr., Paris, Ark. 747 

47467 — 34 2 



Dollar limited ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
V. F. Morse. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934; 
D 26453; Vera Frances Morse, 
Berkeley, Calif. 748 

Doors of happiness; (A program for 
rally day) by Emma Gary Wallace 
and Adelaide B. Mead. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 14 p. 12rno. 
© Aug. 29, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; 
D 26631 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 749 

Double fault; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Porter. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1934; D 
26898; Rogers Porter, W. Los An- 
geles. 750 

Dreamland (The) tree; a 1-act play, 
by A. Darlington. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1934; D 26721; Anne Darlington, 
Washington. 751 

Dreams of an empire ; a sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26511 ; Mir- 
acle diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 
752 

Driskol (The) girl; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. W. Davis. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1934; D 26491; William, W. Davis, 
Tonkawa, Okl. [Copyright claimed 
on change of dialogue, positions and 
story] 753 

Dur(Un) ; 3cene inedite de la revue 
Drole d'Epoque de Rene Dorin et 
Paul Colline. (In Candicle, no. 500. 
Oct. 12, 1933) © Oct. 12, 1933; 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 26855 ; Rene Dorin 
and Paul Colline, Paris. 754 

Dust of Kentucky; a Lincoln play in 
3 acts, by Mitchell Lewis [pseud, of 
O. Wilson] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934; D 
28504; Oliver Wilson, Lake Placid, 
N.Y. 755 

Echo (The) of His voice; a biblical 
drama adapted by T. Orr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2. 1934; D 26428; Theron Orr, 
Hollywood, Calif. 756 

Efficiency Betty ; by Edith C. Harris. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 
17 p. 12mo. © Aug. 17, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26830; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 757 

Eight year olds; by A. Patri. (The 

Cream of wheat corporation, Angelo 

Patri program, Oct. 22, 1933) © 

1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26666; Angelo 

■ Patri, New York. 758 



35 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Elephant gay ; a drama in 1 act, by L. 
Ruttle and P. Benton, music by 
Clarence Jordan. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1984 ; D 2S614 ; Pauline Benton and 
Lee Ruttle, New York. 759 

Elizabeth's fortune ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. S. Piper. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1934 ; D 2G790 ; John Stryker Piper. 
Ardsley, N.Y. 760 

Eloisa dances ; a Spanish play in 1 
act, by Sigrid Van Swearingen. (A 
Seton play) © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1934; 
D 26777 ; Saint Joseph's college, Em- 
mitsburg, Md. 761 

Eric, the peacemaker; original photo- 
play, by P. V. Keating, dramatiza- 
tion of the book of same title by the 
author. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1934; D 
26593; Percy Yarnell Keating, 
Dallas. 762 

Eternal tree of life; by I. Owens?. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 26716; Ida 
Owens, Bayonne, N. J. 763 

Etiole (L') See Trois comedies en un 
acte. 

Eugene (The) diamond; a sketch, by 
Catherine Armbrister. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 
26513 ; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 764 

Everlasting life; a choral cantata for 
Easter for quartet and chorus of 
mixed voices, libretto by Helen J. 
Thompson, music by Mrs. R. R. For- 
man. Philadelphia, 1934. 63 p. 
4to. © Jan. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 29 ; 
D 28606 ; Theodore Presser co., Phil- 
adelphia. 765 

Everything's just the same; a possi- 
bility in 1 act, by Yernon Sylvaine. 
Birmingham [England] Play pub- 
lishers [1934] 29 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
19, 1934 ; 1 c. Feb. 5 ; D 26459 ; Yer- 
non Sylvaine, London. 766 

Facing the drive ; a play in 3 acts, by 
T. Reeves. © 1 c. Feb. 12. 1934; 
D 26569; Theodore Reeves, Law- 
rence, N.Y. 767 

Fairy man with the wet potato heart ; 
(An old Irish tale) by Frances Mar- 
garet Fox. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 16 p. 12mo. © Aug. 
29, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26636 : 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin, O. 768 

False witness ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by A. F. Brash. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1934; D 26723; Arthur Francis 
Brash, Hollywood, Calif. 769 



Family heritage; a drama in 3 acts, by 
P. C. Quinn. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1934; 
D 2(5725; Paul Crystal Quinn, Brook- 
lyn. 770 

Famous plays of 1933; The late Chris- 
topher Bean, Rene Frauchois' Prenez 

garde a la peinture ! adapted by 
Emlyn Williams.— Richard of Bor- 
deaux, by Gordon Daviot [pseud. of 
Elizabeth Mackintosh]. — Ten-minute 
alibi, by Anthony Armstrong [pseud. 
of Anthony Armstrong Willis]. — 
Sometimes even now. by W. Chet- 
ham-Strode. — Alien corn, by Sidney 
Howard. — Of thee I sing, by George 
S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. 
London, 1933. 702 p. 12 mo. © 
Aug. 28. 1933 : 1 c. Oct. 25. 1933 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1934; D 26354; Victor Gol- 
lancz, ltd.. London. 771 

Fancy meeting you: a comedy in 3 
acts, by Joseph Moran. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1934 : D 26568 ; Joseph A. Moran. 
Oakland. Calif. 772 

Fanny's future destiny; a 1-act play, 
by E. J. Basse. © 1 c. Feb. 1L'. 1934 : 
D 26571; Ella J. Basse. Lou- Beach, 
Calif. 773 

Far echoes; by S. G. Keenan. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1934; D 26755; Sophie G. 
Keenan, Pittsburgh. 774 

Fastest (The) thing afloat; a play in 
4 acts, by S. J. Warshawsky. Rev. 
star version. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 1934 : 
D 26503 ; Samuel Jesse Warshawsky, 
New York. 775 

Fatal (The) woman; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, bv Leo de Yalery. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19. 1934; D 26585; Leo de 
Valery, Los Angeles. 77b' 

Faust. See Little dramas from great 
operas. 

Feu; satire dialoguee en 3 tableaux 
[par] Paul Morand. (In Candide, 
no. 508. Dec. 7, 1933) © Dec. 7, 
1933; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 26856; 
Paul Morand. Paris. 777 

Fifty-fifty (A) finish: a 1-act comedy, 
by Josephine Flesher-Campbell. 
Franklin. O.. Denver. Col., 1933. 12 
p. 12mo. © July 18. 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26602; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 778 

Fighting (The) lady: a play in 3 acts, 

by B. Bellairs. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934 ; 

D 2644S; Betty Bellairs, New York. 

779 



36 



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no. 2, 1934 



Flash (A) in the pan. See Death 
Valley days. 

Florestan I., prince de Monaco ; piece 
en 6 tableaux, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934; D 26811; Sacha 
Guitry, Paris. 780 

For you dear ; a musical satire in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Opal Robin- 
son, Ruth Thompson, music by Marie 
Merrill. A revision of The strangest 
interlude in a century of progress. 
© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1933 ; D 28605 ; Opal 
D. Robinson, Ruth A. Thompson, 
Chicago, and Marie G. Merrill, Oak 
Park, 111. 781 

Forever and ever ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Greenhalgh and W. H. String- 
field. © 1 c. Jan. 17. 1934 ; D 26468 ; 
Marjorie Greenhalgh and William 
Hampton Strina-field, Philadelphia. 

782 

Four lonely women ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by V. G. Selvaggi. © 1 c. Feb. 
9. 1934; D 26501; Vincent G. Sel- 
vaggi, St. Louis. 783 

Four saints in three acts ; an opera to 
be sung [by] Gertrude Stein. Intro- 
duction by Carl Van Vechten. New- 
York, Random house, 1934. 57 p. 
8 vo. Text. © Feb. 20, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 27; D 26867; Modern library, 
inc., New York. 784 

Fourth (The) dimension; a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, text by T. A. Her- 
sey music by R. E. Valente. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1934 ; D 26764 ; Theo- 
dore Adams Hersey, Danbury, Conn. 
785 

Frasquita ; komische oper in 3 akten 
von A. M. Willner und Heinz Rei- 
chert. Musik von Franz Lehar. 
Neufassung nach cler auffiihrung an 
der Opera comique in Paris. Voll- 
stiindiger klavierauszug mit text. 
Berlin [etc.] 1933. 2 v. [Libretto] 
4 to. [Vocal score] fol. © Dec. 9. 
1933: 1 c. Dec. 26; D 28558; Josef 
Weinberger, Vienna. . 786 

Fraternitv house ; a play in 3 acts, by 
I. School. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1934; D 
26889; Irving School, Brooklyn. 

787 

Fuller's fortune ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
C. E. Wilcox. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 65 p. diagr. 12 mo. © 
Aug. 4, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26635 ; Eldredge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 788 



Galilean (The) tryst; a narrative can- 
tata, text by Mattie B. Shannon, 
music by Dr. Adam Geibel and 
others. Philadelphia. Pa., 1934. 20 
p. S vo. © Feb. 16. 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 
24; D 28619; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 789 

Gentlemen's (A) agreement; by Dave 
Elman. ©, 1 c. Feb. 26, 1984; D 
26861 ; Backman co., New York. 

790 

George our office boy ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by K. M. Goodnature. © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1934 ; D 26548 ; Kath- 
erine M. Goodnature, Brainerd, 
Minn. 791 

Ghost (The) host; a play in 3 acts, 
by N. E. Cook. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26495 ; Neil Estes Cook, Phoenix, 
Ariz. 792 

Gingerbread ; a stage play in 2 acts, 
by S. G. Blair. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1934 ; 
D 26523; Sara Gertrude Blair, Los 
Angeles. 793 

Girl (The) from Kalamazoo; a musi- 
cal comedy in 4 acts, book, lyrics, 
and music, by C. Swain. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1934; D 28608; Cecilia 
Swain, Columbus, O. 794 

Girl shy ; a musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by H. Orlob. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1934; D 26774; Harold Orlob, 
New York. 795 

God save the commonwealth ; or, He- 
roic wealth, a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by T. C. Upham. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1934 ; D 26575 ; Thomas Carlton 
Upham, New York. 796 

Great (The) Atlantic; a play in 3 
acts, by Ruby Neely. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1934; D 26874; Ruby A. Neely, 
Baltimore. 797 

Great (The) Spirit; an American 
drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by 
E. B. Self. © 1 c. Feb. 21. 1934; 
D 26731 ; Edwin B. Self, Dayton, O. 

798 

Great (The) week-end; a farce-com- 
edy in 3 acts, by J. McArthur Glea- 
son and Bernice Maiwald. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1934; D 26753; John Mc- 
Arthur Gleason, Manchester, N. H. 
799 

Greener grass ; a play in 1 act, by 
Bessie C. Gray. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1983. 22 p. i2mo. © 
Sept. 6, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26629; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. SOO 



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801 



l>t. I, v. 7 



Guatemozin; an opera in 4 acts, 
words and music by B. Schryock. 
Rev. libretto. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; 
1) 2G6S5; Buren Schryock. San Diego. 
Calif. SOI 

— Text. © 1 e. Jan. 6, 1934 ; 

D 26424: Buren Schryock, San 
Diego, Calif. 802 

Gypsy girl ; or, College Inn, [by Theo- 
dore H. Ware] 1934. 19 numb. 1. 
ito. © Jan. 10. 1034; 2 e. Jan. 19: 
D 26S81 ; Theodore H. Ware. Boston. 
803 

H. M. S. Pinafore: or, The lass that 
loved a sailor, a nautical operetta 
in 2 acts, by W. S. Gilbert and Ar- 
thur Sullivan, abridged and simpli- 
fied by W. Norman Grayson. Boston 
[1034] 2 p. 1.. 56 p. 4to. © Jan. 
10. 1934 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; D 28612 ; C. C. 
Birchard & co., Boston. 804 

Hazassaggal kezdodik ; vigjatek 3 
felvonasban irta : Vaszary Janos 
[i. e. Janos Vaszary] © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1934 ; D 26817 ; Alexander Mar- 
ton, Budapest. 805 

He's in conference ; comedy in 1 act, 
by L. J. Huber. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1934 : D 26771 ; Louis J. Huber. Al- 
toona, Pa. 806 

Head man ; a dramatic play in 3 acts, 
by R. Sloane. © 1 e. Feb. 1. 1934; 
D 26379; Robert Sloane, New York. 

S07 

Health harmony; by M. Strachan and 
H. Morrison. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 1934 ; 
D 26860; Martha Strachan and Har- 
riet Morrison, Wallace. Ind. SOS 

Heart to heart time; Feb. 18, 1934, 

by Leon H. Epstein. © 1 c. Feb. 

26. 1934; D 26863; Louis E. West- 

heimer and co., St. Louis. 809 

Heiress (The) to Skullglow; a drama 
in 5 acts, by Arthur T. Dybvik. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1934; D 26380; Theresa 
Dybvik, Chicago. 810 

Helen retires: libretto in 3 acts, by J. 
Erskine, music by George Antheil. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1934 ; D 26728 ; 
John Erskine. New York. 811 

Hello America ; a sketch, by A. Lip- 
schutz. © 1 e. Feb. 7, ' 1934 ; D 
26479; Abe Lipschutz and Jack 
Maser, Philadelphia. S12 

Hello, songbird : comedy in 3 acts, by 
L. Rimmer. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1934; 
D 26715: Lotti Rimmer, Toronto, 
Canada. 813 



Help (The) each other club: a. play 
in 1 act. by B. Tarkington. © 1 «•. 
Feb. 6. 1934; D 2640:!; Booth Tar- 
kington. Indianapolis. 814 

Heritage (The) ; by S. C. K. Pettit. 

© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1934; I> 26754; 

Sarah C. Keenan Pettit. Pittsburgh. 

815 

Hero worship; by A. Patri. (The 

Cream of wheat corporation. Augelo 
Patri program, net. 2!:. !!>:;:;■ 
c. Feb. 16, i!>::4; D 2;;ii<i7: \i gelo 
Patri. New York. 816 

Herod the great; or, A star shone, a 
play in 3 acts, by A. C. D. R : 'e.v. 
Enlargement of: A star shone. © 1 
c. Feb. 17. 1934; I) 26677; Alice 
C. D. Riley. Pasadena. SIT 

Heroic wealth. See God save the com- 
monwealth. 

Hiuuins Corners music makers: by 
M. L. Simon. © 1 c. Feb. 2:!. 1984j 
D 26746; Milton L. Simon. Memphis. 
Tenn. 818 

Highwayman's (The) diamond: a 
sketch, by Alice Ward. (Diamond 
dramas) : © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1984; D 
26516; Miracle diamonds Corp.. Salt 
Lake City. 819 

His brother's keeper; a 1-act play, by 
A. <\ Cook. © 1 c. Jan. 25. 1984; 
D 264S0; Alice Carter Cook. Lnn- 
ham, Md. 820 

Homme (Un) du Nord; comedie en 4 
actes [par] Charles Mere. [Paris, 
1933] 38, [2] p. 4to. (La Petite 
illustration, no. 655) © Dec. 30, 
1933; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 26853; 
Charles Mere, Paris. 821 

Honor; a drama in 1 act, by Lida 
Lisle Molloy. Franklin, O.. Denver, 
Col., 1933. 27 p. 12mo. © .June 9. 
lit:;::; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 2C647: 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin. O. 822 

Honorable men; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. s. Jarvie. © 1 c. Feb. 7. in::!: 
D ,26475; Alexander Stirling .Iar\ ie. 
New York. 823 

Hoosegow; a Hoosier drama in 3 acts, 
by Dewey Dixon. © 1 e. Feb. 19. 
1934; I) 267(H); Dewey M. Dixon. 
Anderson, Ind. s24 

Hot heir; a farce comedy in 2 acts, 

by Charles Ruggles, K. Gillette and 

Stuart Murphy. © 1 c. Feb. 1. 1984; 

D 26381 ; Keitha Gillette. New York. 

825 



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no. 2, 1934 



858 



Hotel (The) duchess; a farce in 3 acts, 
by J. Wilbur Fitzpatrick. Franklin, 
O.. Denver, Col., 1933. 100 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 26, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26621; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 
826 

Ici. Berlin ! Scene inedite de la revue 
de Rip [pseud, of Georges Then on] 
Ici Paris. (In Candide, no. 504, Nov. 
9. 1933) © Nov. 9, 1933; 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1934; D 26854; Georges Thenon, 
L'Hav-les-Roses, (S. & O.) France. 
827 

Ici, Paris. See Ici, Berlin. 

In came Mary Ann ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Eugene G. Hafer. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 102 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 25, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16. 1934; D 26623; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 
828 

In flight ; a play in prologue and 3 
acts, by F. Gregory- © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1934; D 26442; Frances Greg- 
ory. London. 829 

In our town ; episodes 1-3, a radio 
dramatic serial, by B. M. Kline. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1934 ; D 265S3 ; Bianca 
Mary Kline, Portland. Or. 830 

In the stars; a play of prejudice in 3 
acts, by Francis Booth [pseud, of] 
(Orville F. Grahame) © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1934; D 26684; Orville F. Gra- 
hame, New York. 831 

Infernal (The) triangle; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Sil-Vara, English adapta- 
tion by A. Mattullath. © 1 c. J? n. 
31, 1934 : D 26441 ; Alice Mattullath, 
Inwood, L. I., N. T. 832 

Interim ; by C. Webster. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1934 : D 26S82 ; Charles Webster. 
New York. S33 

Introuucin' Susan ; a rollicking farce 
in 3 acts, by Jay Tobias. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1933. 110 p. diagr. 
12mo. © May 10, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26622; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc.. Franklin, O. 

834 

It must be true; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Williamson. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1934 ; 
D 26748; Roger Williamson, Roch- 
ester. N. Y. 835 

It takes a witch ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Welty. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934; D 
26794; Ruth Welty. Washington. 

836 



Jeanne de Pantin ; piece en 11 tab- 
leaux, by J. J. Barnard. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1934 ; D 26440 ; Jean-Jacques 
Bernard, Paris. 837 

Jimmy lad; story and dialog by C. 
Gibson Barlow [i. e. Claudius Gib- 
son Barlow] suggested by the poem 
The widow in the Bye street, by 
John Masefield. Illustrations by 
Marguerite Lambert. © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1934; D 26457; Claudius Gibson 
Barlow, Toledo, O. 838 

Jimmy-the-Whale ; a dramatic compo- 
sition, by S. G. Boyd. © 1 c. Feb. 
17. 1934: D 26680; Stella Guarda 
Boyd, Pasadena. 839 

Judgment of Paris ; a play in 3 scenes, 
by A. G. Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 
1934 : D 26520 ; Addison Geery Smith 
Garden City, N.Y. 840 

Judy and Jane; continuity nos. 231- 
243, a series of radio sketches, by 
Robert D. Andrews. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 12, 1934 ; D 26553-26565 ; J. A. 
Folger & co., Kansas City, Mo. 

841-853 

Jules, couche-toi ; vaudeville en 3 actes, 
de J. Rioux et P. Darteuil. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 26816 ; Jean Rioux 
and Pierre Darteuil, Paris. 854 

Junky (The) man; a 1-act play, by 
Esther C. Averill. Newark, N.J., 
Mavfair producing co., 1934. 2 p. 1., 
44 numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1934 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23; D 26797; Esther C. 
Averill, Worcester. 855 

Just justice ; a stage skit or motion 
picture short subject, by Hal Jerome 
[pseud, of] H. E. Johnston. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1934 ; D 26547 ; Harold Em- 
mett Johnston, La Canada, Calif. 

S56 

Just the type ; a 3-act comedy, by G. W. 
Reading. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1984; D 
26574 ; George Willard Reading, Los 
Angeles. S57 

Just yesterday ; an historical play in 
1 act, by Beulah Charmley. Ann 
Arbor, Mich.. Edwards brothers, inc., 
1934. 1 p. 1., 13 p. Svo. © Jan. 
15. 1934: 2 c. Jan. 22; D 26460; 
Beulah Charmley. Whitewater. Wis. 
S5S 

Karl Y. : biihnenwerk mit musik in 2 
teilen. von Ernst Kfenek, op. 73. 
Klavierauszug mit text vom kom- 
ponisten. Wien, 1933. 2 p. 1., 32S 



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pt. I, V. 7 



Karl V. — Continued. 
p. 4to. © Dee. 11, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 

10, 1934 ; D 28617 ; Universal edition 
a.-g., Vienna. 859 

Wien [etc., 1933] 73 p. 

12mo. Textbuch. © Nov. 28, 1933 ; 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26727 ; Univer- 
sal edition a.-g., Vienna. 860 

Kickers (Die) ; volksstiick in 7 bildern, 
von Fritz Peter Buch. Berlin, 1933. 

1 p. 1., 105 p. 12mo. © Apr. 15, 
1033; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 26851; 

Arcadia verlag g.ni.b.h., Berlin. 801 

Kingdom (A) of darkness; a drama of 
biblical tragedy, by J. A. Alquist. 
© 1 e. Feb. 5, 1934 ; D 26446 ; Joan 
Armstrong Alquist, Denver. 862 

King's (The) astrologer; a sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 26514 ; Mira- 
cle diamonds Corp., Salt Lake City. 
863 

King's (Tbe) courtesan: 3-act play. 
by H. Wyeth. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1934; D 26691; Henrietta Wyeth, 
Palm Beach, Fla. 864 

King's (The) son ; a play in 3 episodes, 
by Dorotlry Clarke Wilson. Boston 
[19341 18 p. 12mo. © Jan. 9, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; D 26652 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 865 

Knight (Tbe) triumphant: a play es- 
pecially adapted for senior class day 
exercises, by Beulah Bailey Woolard. 
Charlotte. Queen City printing eo., 
1934. 28 p. Svo. © Jan. 22, 1934; 

2 e. Jan. 25 : D 26522 ; Beulah Bailey 
Woolard. Charlotte, N. C. 8611 

Komateekay ; a 1-act play, by A. C. 
Cook. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1934 : D 20481 ; 
Alice Carter Cook, Lanham. Md. 

867 

Ladies aid : a comedy in 3 acts, by 
T. Breiseth. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1034 ; D 
20497: Tillman Breiseth. New York. 

s:;s 

Lady (The) wins; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ross Calaway [i.e. H. R. Calla- 
way] © 1 C Feb. 5. 1934; I) 20456; 

11. Ri ss Callaway, New York. 869 

Lady, vou're pinched ! by R. C. Walsh. 

Franklin, O., Denver. Col.. 1933. 

10 p. 12mo. © May 10. 1933: 2 c. 

Feb. 10. 1«):;4 ; D 26611 : Eldridge en- 

Lnment bouse, inc.. Franklin. O. 

870 



Lambs to slaughter; a play in 3 acts. 
by Mauri Grasbin [pseud, of] M. M. 
Grashin. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934; D 
26876 ; Maurice Murray Grasbin, Los 
Angeles. 871 

Landed gentry ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
G. Bolton and G. Fairlie. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 20000 ; Guy Bolton, 
Nutbourne, Pulborough, Sussex, 
England, and Gerard Fairlie. Gay- 
wood, Pulborough, Sussex. England. 
872 

Lass die toten ruhen ; 5 aufzii^e. von 
Curt Petzold. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1034; 
D 26802; Drei masken verlag a.-g., 
Berlin. 873 

Lass (The) that loved a sailor. See 
H. M. S. Pinafore. 

Last (The) stand of the Britons : a 
play in 2 acts, by C. II. II. Rumbold. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934; D 20(572 ; Cum- 
berland H. H. Rumbold. Covington, 
Va. 874 

Late wisdom ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. Sherman. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1034: 
D 26506; Nathan Sherman, Brook- 
lyn. 875 

Law of the earth; a play in 4 acts, by 

C. Anders,.!!. © 1 c. Feb. 2<>, 1034; 

D 20720; Celia Andersen. New York. 

876 

La Zaire; a play in 4 acts, by Morti- 
mer Arthur. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1034; 
D 26659; Arthur K. Pomeroy, Long 
Island City, N.Y. 877 



Left turn ; a comedy in 



ac 



by .1. 



Burton. © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1034: D 
26756; Jean Burton, Los Angeles. 

878 

Legal murder; a drama in 3 acts, by 
D. Donoghue. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1934; 
D 26482; Dennie Donoghue, Now 
York. 87! I 

Leif the Lucky; a comedy in 3 acts', by 
Ross Callawav [i.e. H. R. Callaway] 
© 1 c. Feb. 2:;. 1934; D 20747 : H. 
Ross Callaway. New York. 880 

Lesson (A) in magic; a 1-aei play, 
by A. Darlington. © 1 c Feb. 20, 
1934; D 20722; Anne Darlington, 
Washington. 881 

Letter (The) of the law: a play in 
•J a«is, by F. Dears and Evelyn Good- 
rich I i.e. E. G. Dears] © 1 c. Feb. 
7. L934; D 20 !71 : Francis Dears. 
and Evelyn Goodrich Dears. Stough- 
ton, Mass. 882 



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no. 2, 1934 



906 



Liebe in not; lustspiel in 4 akten, von 
Toni Impekoven und Paul Verhoe- 
ven. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1934 ; D 26483 ; 
Felix Blocli erben, Berlin. 883 

Lied(Ein) aus dera radio; abenteuer 
in 9 bildern, von Rudolf Kurtz. 
Berlin, 1933. 2 p. 1., [3]-84 p. 12mo. 
© Oct. 15, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; 
D 26850; Arcadia verlag g.m.b.h., 
Berlin. 884 

Life's gift sbop ; a poetic play, by Sig- 
rid Van Swearingen. (A Seton 
play) © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934; D 
26779 ; Saint Joseph's college, Ein- 
mitsburg, Md. 885 

Lines & spaces ; episodes nos. 1-3, by 
Clarence Cable. ©1 c. each Jan. 
24, 1934; D 26704-26706; Clarence 
Henrv Cable, Norwalk, Conn. 

886-888 

Little dramas from great operas ; a 
series of half hour programs. 
Seventh in series. At home with 
Gounod, presenting the opera, Faust, 
by P. R. Smaltz, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1934; D 26529; Peter Roosevelt. 
Smaltz, jr., Pittston, Pa. 889 

Little (The) gift; a sketch, by Alice 
Ward. (Diamond dramas) © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1934; D 36515; Miracle 
diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 890 

Little (A) matter of tact; a 1-act play, 
by Charlotte Burgess Fox. Boston 
[1934] 25 p. 12mo. © Dec. 22, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1934 ; D 26653 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 891 

Little (The) window: a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Goodrich, based on Charles 
Dickens' story : Tale of two cities. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26671; Ar- 
thur Goodrich, New York. S92 

Lonesome (The) Bibles; an appeal for 
better treatment of the Holy Word, 
by William H. Leach. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col.. 1933. 11 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 10, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26609 ; Blclridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 893 

Look out, Lizzie ! a rural farce in 3 
acts, by Walter Richardson. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 94 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 9, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26610; Bldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 



Look to your laurels; a comedy in 3 
acts, by William Haven [pseud, of] 
(W. Witte) © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934; 



D 26719; William Witte, Bellerose, 
L.I., N.Y. 895 

Lorion and Caressa ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Mark Millionn [pseud, of M. P. 
Conoplin] © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934; D 
26848; Michael Paul Conoplin, Los 
Angeles. 896 

Lost (The) collar button; near-Greek 
tragedy. by Eunice Thomson. 
Franklin, 0., Denver, Col., 1933. 
14 p. 12mo. © Sept. 4, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26603; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 

0. 897 

Luck ( The ) of the Irish ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Darragh Aldrich 
[pseud, of Clara C. Thomas Aldrich] 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1934. 84 p. 
plates, diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 10, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; D 26681 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 898 

Lulu, it's a gift ; by Gail White [pseud, 
of Gertrude Ida Thomas] Frank- 
lin, O., Denver. Col., 1933. 29 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 9, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1934; D 26604; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 899 

Lynching (The) bee; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Rothe. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1934; 
D 26461 : Frank Rothe, New York. 

900 

Ma and Pa at the world's fair ; episode 

1. radio serial dramatic program, by 
N. Newton. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1933; 
D 26528 ; Neola Newton, St. Joseph, 
Mo. 901 

McCafferty and Moe; episode 1, by 

Arch Oboier. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934; 

' D 26714; Robert Nolan and Arch 

Oboier, Chicago. 902 

Mad (The) king; a sketch, by Alice 
Ward. (Diamond dramas) © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1934; D 26517; Miracle 
diamonds corp., Salt Lake City. 

903 

Mad (The) men from Mars; Sequence 
no. 1, bv M. L. Simon. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1934; D 26743; Milton L. Simon, 
Memphis, Tenn. 904 

Madonna over the way ; a play in 3 
acts, by Marion Dana. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1934; D 26406; Marion Dana 
Delcomyn, London. 905 

Maine to Manhattan ; by L. D. Hollis- 
ter. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934 ; D 26872 ; 
Len D. Plollister, New York. 906 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Mattresses de rois; fantaisie en 5 
tableaux, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934; D 26807; Sacha Gui- 
try, Paris. 907 

Major (The) crime; a play in 1 act, 
by Paul Thurman [pseud, of T. F. 
Reese] © 1 c. Feb. 14. 1934: D 
26589; Thurman Franklin Reese, 
Hollywood. Calif. '.kin 

Major Jones ; a drama, by Loring Kel- 
ley and May Sheldon [pseud, of 
Minnie May Kelley] Franklin. O.. 
Denver, Col.. 1933. 97 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 7, 1933; 2 e. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26598: Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc.. Franklin, O. 
909 

Make yourself at home ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Eugene Pillot. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1934: D 26845; Joseph 
Eugene Pillot, Houston. 910 

Mammy's prodigal ; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by Kilby Hutchinson 
[pseud, of D. F. Lawless] Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5. 1934 : D 26766 : Dale 
Farrar Lawless, Columbus. O. 911 

Man (Tlie) who read the first official 

announcement of his own birth; by 

Dave Elman. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1934: 

D 26695; Blackman Co., Now York. 

912 

Manhattan siren ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Alice O'Reilly [i.e. A. O. Orr] Rev. 
ed. © 1 e. Feb. 9. 3934: D 26498; 
Alic» O'Reilly Orr. New York. 913 

Marching song; a play in 1 act, by 
II. V. Williams, jr. © 1 c. Feb. 

8, 1934: D 26486: Herschel Y. Wil- 
liams, jr.. New York. 911 

Margaret Wade: a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. Mitchell. © 1 c. Feb. 111. 
1934; I) 26570; Jordan Mitchell, New 
York. 915 

Margrave (La] : comedie inodite en 3 
actes, de Alfred Savoir [pseud, of A. 
Pozi anski] (/// Los CEuvres libres, 
no. L48) © Oct. I. 1933; 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1934: D 26401; Alfred Pcznan- 
ski. Paris. 916 

Marie de Brabant; historical drama in 
3 acts, by F. C. Gratwick. © 1 c. 
Fob. 8, 1934: I) 26526; Frederick 
Coleman Gratwick. Buffalo. 917 

Marital (The) road: episode 1. a 
radio serie : . by Joan Stuart [i. e. 
J. E. S. da Vinci] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 



1934; D 26493: Joan Elizabeth 
Stuart 'la Vinci. Los Angeles. 918 

Martha Ann's Christmas: a 1-act play, 
by Florence Derrick Camp. Frank- 
lin. O., Denver. Col.. 1933. 27 p. 
12mo. © Soot. 8, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16. 1934: D 26640; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc.. Franklin. O. 
919 

Masked (The) ball: a play in 1 act. by 
W. J. Henry. © 1 c. Fob. 12, 1934: 
D 26891; William John Henry. 
Seattle. 920 

Master (The) : by Sigrid Van Swear- 
ingen. (A Seton play) © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1934: D 26776; Saint Jo- 
seph's college. Emmitsburg, Md. 

921 

Matrimonial racket; a tragedy in 3 
acts, by V. G. Selvaggi. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1934: D 265(12: Vincent G. Sel- 
vaggi. St. Louis. 922 

Matrimonial tragedy: a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by A. Leveque. © 1 c. Feb. 
19. 1934: D 26694; August Leveque, 
Fairhaven. Mass. 923 

Melancolie (La) vaincue. See Sa- 

turnin. 

Merry Christmas customs; by Laura 
Lou Richards. Franklin. ().. Den- 
ver. Col.. 1933. 39 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. is. 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; 
I» 26612; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.. Franklin, O. 924 

Mezska : by S. McDonald, jr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1>7. 1934; D 26877; Steve Mc- 
Donald, jr.. Los Angeles. 925 

Middle (The) step; lad mystery, by 
L. J. Huber. © 1 e. Feb. 24, 1934; 
D 26772; Louis J. Huber, Altoona, 

Pa. !i::<; 

Middle street ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Lillmer Rellim [pseud. 
of L. Miller J © 1 c. Fell. 21. 1934; 
D 26731); Louis Miller. Cleveland. 

Ml' 7 

Mill (The) on the Floss: a play in 3 
acts, by J. B. Lane, based on the 
novel by George Eliot [pseud.] © 
I c. Feb. 7. 1934; 1) 26474; Jean- 
uette Larry Lane. New York. 928 

Milmort ; piece ingdite en 4 actes, par 
Paul Demasy. (in Les CEuvrea 
libies. no. 150) © Dec. 1. 11)33; 1 c. 
Jan. 30. 1934; D 20403 : Paul De- 
masy, Paris. 929 



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no. 2, 1934 



971 



Miss Nancy's legacy; a play in 1 act, 
by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. Boston 
[1934] 29 p. 12mo. © Jan. 2. 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; D 26655 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 930 

Mistress (A) returns; a drama in 3 
acts, by Jeanette Simpson [pseud, of 
J. Silverman] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934; 
D 26505 ; Jeanette Silverman. New 
York. 931 

Mrs. Scott; a comedy in 3 acts 1 , by 
Martha Salonen [i. e. M. S. Segall] 
© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1934 ; D 26791 ; Mar- 
tha Salonen Segall, Hollywood, 
Calif. 932 

Mock trial : I. M. Lazy, plaintiff, vs. 
Black & blue cab company, defend- 
ant [by Fred James McGinnis] St. 
Joseph, Mo., Lawlor printing Co., 
1934. 30 1. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1934; 
2 c. Feb. 24 ; D 26849 ; Fred James 
McGinnis, Saint Joseph, Mo. 933 

Moon of delight. See Storm bird. 

Moose (The) call; by McCann-Erick- 
son, inc. (Dill's Best program, Feb. 
10, 1934) © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1934; D 
26663; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 934 

Mornings with the Master, and other 
Easter selections ; [text by Elsie 
Duncan Yale, and others. Music by 
Haldor Lillenas, M. Isabelle Ritter, 
and others] Philadelphia. Pa., 1934. 
20 p. 8vo. © Feb. 16, 1934; 2 c. 
Feb. 24; D 28620; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 935 

Mother and son : pts. 1-6, bv D. G. 
Hunt. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1934; D 
26741 ; Decima G. Hunt, Hempstead, 
L. I., N. Y. 936 

Mother-in-law; a play in 1 act, by 
Edith M. Tappen. ' Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 19 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 22, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; 
D 26608; Eldrldge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin. O. 937 

Mother's (The) day campaigners; by 
J. Zimmerman Edwards. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1933. 9 p. 12mo. 
© July 7, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; 
D 26645 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 938 

Mountain echoes ; episodes 1-9, a se- 
rial drama for radio, bv L. K. Craig. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1934; D 20410- 
26418; Lillian Kennerly Craig, Roa- 
noke, Va. 939-947 



Mourning (The) angel; a comedy in 
5 scenes, by I. Ramsdell. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1934; D 26567; Irving 
Ramsdell, Milwaukee. 948 

Musical playlets for young folks ; 
scenes from the lives of great com- 
posers, by James Francis Cooke. 
Philadelphia [1934] 106 p. 16mo. 
Contents. — George Frederic Handel- 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. — Lud- 
wig Van Beethoven. — Johann Sebas- 
tian Bach. — Felix Mendelssohn-Bar- 
tholdy. — Frederic Chopin. — Robert 
Schumann. — Richard Wagner.— 
Franz Joseph Haydn. — Franz Schu- 
bert. Contains illustrative music. 
Text. © Feb. 27, 1934. 2 c. and aff. 
Mar. 1 ; AA 139808 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co., Philadelphia. 949 

My oriental dream girl ; a musical play 
in 3 acts, text and music by W. B. 
Speth. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1934; D 
28610; William B. Speth, Denver. 

950 

My wife is worth more; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by V. G. Selvaggi. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934; D 26500; Vin- 
cent G. Selvaggi, St. Louis. 951 

Myrt and Marge ; episodes nos. 405- 
419, a series' of radio sketches, by 
Myrtle Vail. © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 
1934; D 26532-26546; Wm. Wrigley 
jr. co., Chicago. 952-966 

Nanny goat Hill ben-ever-lent so-ci-ity : 
a play in 2 scenes, by E. S. Allen. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1934; D 26750; Ed- 
ward Samuel Allen, Washington. 

967 

Nexus ; a play in 1 act, by R. F. Sheaf- 
fer. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934 ; D 26736 ; 

Robert Faust Sheaffer, Chicago. 968 

Nicodemus: a 3-act religious drama 
based upon the three New Testa- 
ment references to Nicodemus, the 
Pharisee, by Clifford Merrill Drurv. 
1934. 1 p. 1., 25 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
5, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 9; D 26880; Clif- 
ford Merrill Drury, Moscow, Id. 

969 

Nightingale (The) : an opera in 3 acts, 
libretto by Willis Knapp Jones, 
music bv Joseph W. Clokev. Boston 
[1934] 3 p. 1., 133 p. 4to. © Feb. 
1, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; D 28623 ; C. C. 
Birchard & co., Boston. 970 

Nightlife in Paris; programs A-D, 
radio presentation, by M. Elkind. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934 ; D 26773 ; Max 
Elkind, Freehold. N.J. 971 



47467—34 3 



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pt. I, V. 7 



No news is good news ; by Carl Win- 
ston, Thomas McKnight and Jack 
; Nelson. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1934 ; D 
26489; Joseph K'atz co., New York. 
972 

No smoking ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. V. Maliony and Paul E. Mar- 
tin. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934 ; D 20793 ; 
B. Vincent Mahony, New York. 973 

Not so good ; monologue, by Hope 
Lynn L pseud, of T. Lyons] © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1934; D 26712; Tberesa 
Lyons, Detroit. 974 

Nothing else matters ; a play in 3 
acts, by S. Stone (Peter Cecil) 
[pseud,] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1934; D 
'20870; Sydney Stone, New York. 

975 

Number (The) children; by Eva R. 
Baird. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1933. 12 p. 12mo. © Aug. 11, 
1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26607 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 976 

Numero (Le) gagnant. See Trois 
comedies en un acte. 

Obstitute (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Rothschild. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1934; D 26452; Adler Rothschild, 
Selma. Ala. 977 

On that Thanksgiving day; by Nellie 
F. McNeill. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col.. 1933. 17 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
27, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 
2(501 8 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin. O. 978 

On the rocks. See Too true to be 
good, Village wooing & On the rocks. 

Once too often; a satire on the melo- 
dramatic mystery play, by Glenn R. 
Webster and Walter Jeffery. Frank- 
lin, O.. Denver, Col., 1933. 34 p. 
12m<». © Sept. 21, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26614; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 



One day ; a portrait of a successful 
man in 4 episodes, by E. R. Coch- 
ran. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934 ; D 26873 ; 
E. Reeves Cochran, Avalon. Pa. 980 

One less ; a play in 3 acts, by Ernita 
Lascelles [i.e. E. L. Ransonl © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1934; D 26432; Ernita 
Lascelles R.uison, Beechhurst, L.I., 
N.Y. 981 



One night stand; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson. inc. (Dill's 
Best program, Feb. 17. 1934) © 

1 c. Feb. 26. 1934 : D 26864; McCann- 
ferickson, inc., New York. 982 

One who called; a modern play, by 
Sigrid Van Swearingen. (A Seton 
play) © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1934; 1) 
26781 ; Saint Joseph's college. Ein- 
mitsburg. Md. 063 

Only (The) man on the jury; a farce- 
comedy in a single scene, by C. H. 
Appe. Franklin, O.. Denver. Col., 
1933. 11 p. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 1933; 

2 c. Feb. 10, 1!34; D 2002S ; El- 
dridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin. O. 984 

Original (The) radio adventures of 
Dan Dunn ; episodes 1-11. by Guern- 
sey Le Pel lev and Charlie I Sower. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934; D 26444; Char- 
lie Sanborn Bower, Dallas. 985 

Other (The) girl; by L. D. Hollister. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27. 1934 ; D 26871 : Len 
D. Hollister, New York. 986 

O! to and Augusta; sketches 1-26, a 
series of radio sketches, by A. Val- 
liades and J. M. Haydon. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29. 1934; D 26425: Antoinette 
Valliades. and Joseph Martin Hay- 
don. New York. 987 

Ounce (An) of prevention: a farce in 

3 acts, by J. C. Schiff. © 1 c. Feb. 
23. 1934 : D 26757 : Jacob Colitos 

Sell iff. New York. 988 

Outcasts; drama in 6 scenes, by H. 
Astor. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 
26090; Henry Astor, Niagara Falls, 
N.Y. 989 

Qxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity 
nos. 98-122. bv Frank Da bin. © 
1 c. Feb. 8. 1934; D 20490; Procter 
& Gamble co.. Cincinnati. 990 

Painted (The) doll; a problem play. 
by Sigrid Van Swearingen. (A 
Seton play) © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1934: 
D 20782: Saint Joseph's college, Em- 
mitsburg. Md. '.till 

Paix (La) : adaptation libre en 2 
parties d'apres Aristophane, par 
Francois Porche. {In Les CEuvres 
libres. no. 149) © Nov. 1. 1933: 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1934: D 26402; Fran- 
cois Porche, Paris. 992 

Pan American flight; a travel-drama. 
by H. E. Horn. © 1 c. Feb. 28. 
1934 : D 20880 ; Harry Edwin Horn, 
New York. 993 



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no. 2, 1934 



1016 



Parlez-nioi d'amour; comedie en 4 
actes, de G. Berr et Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of L. Collin] © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1934; D 26813; Georges Berr, 
Paris, and Louis Collin, Boulogne. 
(S.) France. 994 

Passage (Le) des princes; comedie 
musicale a grand spectacle en 2 
parties et 13 tableaux, de C. Mere, 
musiciue d"Offenbach. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19. 1934; D 26812: Charles 
Mere, Paris. 995 

Paths (The) of glory ; a play, by A. S. 
Hunt and E. V. Wyatt. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1934; D 26422; Alice St. John 
Hunt and Euphemia Van Rensselaer 
Wyatt, New York. 996 

Peccata originalis ; or, The curse, a 
play in 4 acts, by W. Kraft. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1934; D 26592; William 
Kraft, New York. 997 

People of no importance ; a play in 2 
acts with prologue and epilogue, by 
R. S. Handley. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1934 ; 
D 26506; Regina Stanfield Handley, 
Paris. 998 

Perfect (The) Christmas gift; a 1-act 
play, by E. N. Spires. © 1 c. Oct. 
31, 1933; D 26768; Ethel Naomi 
Spires, Florence, Ariz. 999 

Perfect ( The ) getaway ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by J. C. McMullen. Boston 
[1934] 147 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Jan. 
2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 17; D 26656; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1000 

Petrns ; piece en 3 actes, de M. Achard. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1934 ; D 26439 ; Mar- 
cel Achard, Paris. 1001 

Phoebe and Williface; Feb. 5, 1984. a 
radio sketch, by D. Jansen. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1934 ; D 26492 ; Dorothy Jan- 
sen, Milwaukee. 1002 

Pilfering; by A. Patri. (The Cream of 
wheat corporation, Angelo Patri pro- 
gram, Nov. 5, 1933) © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1934; D 26668; Angelo Patri, New 
York. 1003 

Pink laws ; a comedy in 4 scenes, by 
Marguerite Stringfellow. [i.e. M. S. 
Pyle] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1934 ; D 26573 ; 
Marguerite Stringfellow Pyle, 
Gainesville, Fla. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision] 1004 

Pioneers of progress ; Clara Barton, a 
series of dramatic programs for 
radio, by M. L. Simon. © 1 e. Feb. 
23. 1934; D 26744; Milton L. Simon, 
Memphis, Tenn. 1005 



Pirate (The) club; episodes nos. 1-73, 
by Haydn R. Evans. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1934; D 26740; Haydn R. Evans, 
inc., Cincinnati. 1006 

Pitt (The) diamond; a sketch, by 
Catherine Armbrister. (Diamond 
dramas) © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 
26507 ; Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt 
Lake City. 1007 

Plain sister; a comedy-drama, by Pris- 
cilla Wayne [pseud, of Besse Tou- 
louse Sprague] and Wayne Spras?ue. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 103 
p. diagr. 12mo. © May 25. 1933; 
2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26600 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 1008 

Playing with love; a radio play, by 
H. W. Rolfs. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1934: 
D 26478 ; Hans Wilhelm Rolfs, Oak- 
land, Calif. 1009 

Poet (A) and three women; a drama 
in a prologue and 3 acts, based on 
the life of Percy Bysshe Shelley, by 
Dorothy Cunningham [i.e. D. C. 
Schmidt] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934; D 
26767 ; Dorothy Cunningham 
Schmidt, Pasadena. 1010 

Pond lily ; a play in 3 acts, by Tbetta 
Quay [i.e. T. Q. Franks] © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1984 ; D 26795 ; Thetta Quay 
Franks, New York. 1011 

Power (The) and the glory; by Mary 
Louise Gills. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 11 p. 12mo. © Oct. 
4, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26627 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1012 

Pranzini ; piece en 3 actes, par H. de 

Rothschild and H. Robert. © 1 c. 

Feb. 19, 1934; D 26808; Henri de 

Rothschild and Henri Robert, Paris. 

1013 

Prayer meetin' ; continuity no. 1, bv 
M. L. Simon. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1934; 
D 26745 ; Milton L. Simon, Memphis, 
Tenn. 1014 

Prelude; a play in 3 acts and an epi- 
logue, by J. Burton and C. Wood- 
Worth. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1934; D 
26450; Jean Burton, Los Angeles, 
Oarmelita Woodworth, San Fran- 
cisco. 1015 

Presque tous! . . . piece en 3 actes 
[par] Maurice Lemoine. Paris, 1933. 
3 p. 1., [ix]-xvii, [1], 122 p.. 1 1. 
12mo. © Oct. 15, 1933: 1 c. Jan. 
30. 1934 ; D 26435 ; Maurice Lemoine. 
Paris. 1016 



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1017 



pt. I. V. 7 



Prince among men: a farcical fantasy 
in 2 acts, with a prologue, by W. S. 
Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934: D 
26S90: Warren S. Smith, Bangor, 
Pa. 1017 

Prince ( A ) shall come ; pantomime 
play with music and feature dances. 
by Edna May Ewert and Thelma 
Lamb. Franklin. O., Denver, Col., 
1933. 13 p. 12mo. Text. © Aug. 
10, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16. 1934 ; D 26624 : 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin, O. 1018 

Prinz (Der) von Schiras ; operette in 
3 akten, von Ludwig Herzer und 
Fritz Lohner, musik von Josef Beer. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934 : D 26697 ; Dor- 
emi musikverlag a.-g., Basel, Swit- 
zerland. 1019 

Progress ; a tragi-comedy, by A. M. 

Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1934 ; D 26674 ; 

Arthur M. Smith, Dearborn, Mich. 

1020 

Pure (The) in heart: a play for chil- 
dren, by S. C. McMahon. music by 
E. S. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1934: 
D 28626; Sara Crumpton McMahon 
and Elizabeth Sutton Brown. Long 
Beach, Calif. 1021 

Purple cane ; a romantic comedy in 3 
acts, by H. F. Schory. © 1 c. Feb. 
7. 1934: D 26473; Harold F. Schory. 
Macomb, 111. 1022 

Question (A) of poise; a play in 1 act. 
by D. K. Luster. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1934; D 26734; Dwight K. Luster. 
Sharon, Mass. 1023 

Questioner (The) ; a pageant for 
Easter and other times [text and 
music] by Lyman R. Bayard. Los 
Angeles, Calif.. Pageant publishers 
[19341 28 p. illus. 4to. Rev. ed. 
© Feb. 21. 1934; 2 c. Feb. 27: D 
28621 ; Lyman R. Bayard, Elsinore, 
Calif. 1024 

Raven's (The) shadow; a play in 3 
acts, by L. R. Cook. © 1 c. Feb. 
9. 1934; D 26707; Laurence Russell 
Cook, Los Angeles. 1025 

Ready-made (A) family: a farce in 
3 acts, by Jay Tobias. Boston 
[1934] 67 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 
14, 1934: 2 c. Feb. 17; D 26649: 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston, 1020 

Real (A) American woman; a drama 
in 4 acts, by C. Borreo. © 1 c. Feb. 
20. 1934; D 26760; Carlo Borreo. 
San Francisco. 1027 



Recovered wallet: by Dave Elman. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1934: D 26551; 
Blackman co.. New York. 1028 

Red (The) pagoda: a play in 1 act, 
by H. Nellis. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1934; 
D 26693; Herbert Nellis. Decatur. 
Ga. 1029 

Renard (Le) et la grenouille; come- 
die en 1 acte, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19. 1934; D 26809; Sacha 
Guitry, Paris. 1030 

Revenge; a Russian drama in 5 acts, 
bv Count Louis Hamon. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1934; D 26789; Louis Ham- 
on, Hollywood, Calif. 1031 

Reverberating revenge; a clever skit 
for men. by H. AY. Hoffman. Frank- 
lin, O.. Denver, Col.. 1933. 7 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 15. 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16. 1934: D 26625; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 
1032 

Rhapsody in C : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. Du Bois, from a story by 
Berta Sztapary [pseud, of A. Kau- 
ser] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1934 ; D 26724 ; 
William Du Bois and Alice Kauser. 
New York. 1033 

Ritual of the Deep Six; a dramatic 
composition of a nautical character 
for lodge room exposition only, by 
various members of the C. C. Thomas 
navy post no. 244. American legion, 
inc. © 1 c. Feb. 27. 1934; D 2680H : 
C. C. Thomas navy post no. 244. 
American legion, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 1034 

Romeo et Juliette. Sec Romeo the 
blond and Juliet the dyed. 

Romeo the blond and Juliet the dyed ; 
a burlesque on the opera Romeo et 
Juliette, in a prologue and 5 scene-. 
by L. Hasselmans. © 1 c. Feb. 16. 
1934; D 2667S; Louis Hasselmans, 
New York. 1035 

Rosa; by Carolyn Edson. A play in 1 
act. [Topeka, Kan.. Department of 
drama. Washburn college, 19341 
cover-title, 19 p. 12mo. ( [Wash- 
burn college play series, ed. bv Earl 
C. Seigfred]) © Jan. 29. 1984; 2 c. 
Feb. 3: D 20521 : Earl C. Seigfred, 
Topeka. Kan. 1036 

Roles for catching cupid ; a play in 
3 acts, by I. A. Polens. © 1 c. 
Feb. 0. 1934; D 20472: Ida Anne 
Polens. Wliitestone. L.I.. N.Y. 

1037 



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no. 2, 1934 



1060 



Ruth; a pageant in 10 scenes, by L. 

Lindley. © 1 e. Feb. 27, 1934; D 

26S75; Laura Lindley, Washington. 

1038 

Sancy (The) diamond ; a sketch, by 
Alice Ward. (Diamond dramas) 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 26509; 
Miracle diamonds Corp., Salt Lake 
City. 1039 

Saturnin ; ou, La melancolie vaincue, 
une comedie en 3 actes, par J. Vin- 
cent. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 26806 ; 
Jean Vincent, Paris. 1040 

Say it isn"t so ! a satiric farce in 43 
scenes, by George C. Barston [pseud. 
of G. C. Eyland] and B. Cushing. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1934; D 26582; 
George C. Eyland and Bartley Cush- 
ing. New York. 1041 

Scandal in Saint Florian valley ; a 
farce in 3 acts, by Ivan Cankar, tr. 
into English by W. Gwin and Ivan 
Markovitch. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1933; 
D. 26763; William Gwin, Paris. 

1042 

Scapegoat: a play in 3 acts, by E. D. 

Scudder. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1934; D 

26484 ; Edna D. Scudder, New York. 

1043 

Scarecrow (The) creeps; a mystery 
comedy in 3 acts, by Jay Tobias. 
Chicago [1934] 136 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Feb. 16, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 19; D 
26682; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 
1044 

Scherben bringen gliick ! komodie in 
3 akten, von Roland Marwitz. Ber- 
lin. 1933. 1 p. 1.. 110 p. 12m . © 
July 15, 1933 : 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; D 
26852 ; Arcadia verlag g.m.b.h., Ber- 
lin. 1045 

Schmuggler ; komodie in 4 akten, von 
Walter Looschen. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1934; D 26803; Drei masken verlag 
a.-g.. Berlin. 1046 

School teacher ; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. G:ass. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 1934; D 
26499; Ned Glass, Brooklyn. 1047 

Second (The) crop; a play in 3 acts, 

by 0._Lashin. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934 ; 

D 26<51: Orrie Lashin, New York. 

1048 

Secretive (Th^) child: by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat c rpora.ion, 
Angelo Patri program. Oct. 8. 1933) 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26664; An- 
gelo Patri, New York. 1049 



Segre et Lorgueilleux ; comedie inedite 
en 1 acte, de Pierre Wolff. (In 
Candide, no. 495, Sept. 7, 1933) © 
Sept. 7, 1933; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 
26857 ; Pierre Wolff, Paris. 1050 

Senator Windfall at the fair ; a com- 
edy for radio, by O. C. Lorenz. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1934 ; D 26427 ; Otto C. 
Lorenz, Scranton, Pa. 1051 

Seraphim (The) of Assisi ; musical 
film drama, by T. F. Svedelli, con- 
tinuity by Zelma Carroll. Text. © 
1 c. Dec. 16, 1933; D 26896; Thyra 
Francesca Svedelli, New York. 1052 

She lost her head ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Shields and R. Sprague. (gj. 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1934; D 26749; Sydney 
Shields and Ralph Sprague, New 
York. 1053 

She wanted a baby ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. C. Weiss. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1934; D 26586; Herschell Con- 
rad Weiss, Kansas City, Mo. 1054 

Shocking Shakespeare ; a 1-act com- 
edv. by Grace Barnett. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1933. 19 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 26, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; 
D 26638; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1055 

Si les pierres pouvaient parler ; piece 
en 10 actes et un prologue, par J. de 
Broglie. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1934; D 
26438; Jacques de Broaiie, Paris. 

1056 

Sid-Don (The) malady, alias honesty 
is the best policy ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by A. B. Jewett. .© 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1934 ; D 26466 ; Ambrose B. Jew- 
ett, Detroit. 1057 

Simon the leper, a drama of the 
Christ, by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
Boston, Walter H. Baker company 
[1934J 40 p. 12mo. © Feb. 13, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 : D 26650 ; Doro- 
thy Clarke Wilson, Westbrook, Me. 
1058 

Sing, sailor, sing; in 3 acts, unison 
and 3 part, book, lyrics and music 
by E. M. Gergen. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1934; D 28613; Ethel May Gergen. 
Glendale, Calif. 1059 

Sink or swim ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
William Eaton Callahan, jr. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver. Col., 1933. 15 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 18, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 
16, 1934; D 26646; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1060- 



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1061 



pt. I, v. 



Skin deep ; a comedy in 1 act, by P. M. 
Hopson. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1934; D 
26549; Perle Mary Hopson, New 
York. 1061 

Slaves (The) of tbe Golden serpent; 
episodes 1-19, radio-television-dra- 
ma-serial, by M. A. Matthews and 
W. H. Johnson. © 1 e. Jan. 16, 
1934: D 26711; Mark Allison Mat- 
thews and Walter Henry Johnson, 
Seattle. 1062 

Small-town Romeo ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Al. W. Clark. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col.. 1933. 103 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Aug. 18. 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1934; D 26626; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc.. Franklin, O. 1063 

So, let 'em foreclose : or, Temple, in- 
corporated, a librettic satire in 2 
acts, libretto bv L. H. Weinstein, 
music by H. Lasker. (C> 1 c. Dec. 
28. 1933; D 28618; Henry Lasker 
and Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston. 

1064 

Soap; a play in 1 act. by R. F. Sheaf- 
fer. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934 : D 267^8 ; 
Robert Faust Sheaffer, Chicago. 

1065 

Social (The) register; a play in 3 
acts, by Anita Loos [i.e. A. L. Emer- 
son] and J. Emerson. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1934: D 26464; John Emerson and 
Anita Loos Emerson, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 1066 

Some dav: a play in 3 acts, by J. 

Leiser. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1034; D 

26887: Joseph Leiser, Augusta, Ga. 

1067 

Some people named Brown ; a play in 
3 acts, by R. Macaulay. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1934; D 26879; Richard 
Macaulay, New York. 1068 

Somewhere in the world ; a play in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by M. Gabel. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934 ; D 26458 ; Max 
Gabel. Hollywood, Calif. 1069 

Song without end ; a comedv in 3 acts, 
by R. F. Adkins. © 1 c. Feb. li, 
1934 : D 26405 : Robert Franklin Ad- 
kins. Bayside. L.I., N.Y. 1070 

Soul flight: a play in 4 acts, by O. 
Apfel. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; U 
26692; Oscar Apfel, Los Angeles. 

1071 

Soul storm: an oriental fantasie, by 
Sigrid Van Swearingen. (A Seton 
play) © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934; I) 
26780; Saint Joseph's college, Em- 
mitsburg, Md. 1072 



Source (The) ; a comedy in 4 dimen- 
sions and 3 acts, by S. Wbedon. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1934 ; D 26888 ; Spencer 
Wbedon, Buffalo. 1073 

Special (The) present: a Christmas 
play in 3 acts, by C. M. Anton. © 

1 c. Jan. S. 1934; D 26708: Clotilda 
May Anton, Boston. 1074 

Sphere (The) nf light: a biblical 
drama, adapted by T. Orr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1934: D 26429; Theron Orr. 
Hollywood. Calif. 1075 

Star (A) shone. See Herod the 
great. 

Startbefehl; schauspiel von Hermann 
Rossmann. © 1 <■. Feb. 10, 1934; 

D 26800: G»sterbeld & CO., Berlin. 
1076 

Stephen Foster: a play in 3 acts, by 
J. T. Howard and I. G. Osb< rn, 
based on tbe book Stephen Foster. 
America's troubadour, by Mr. How- 
ard. © 1 c. Feb. 14. 1934: D 26657 : 
John Tasker Howard. Glenridge, 
N. J., and Innis G. Osborn, East 
Orange, N. J. L077 

Stephen Foster. America's troubadour. 
Stee Stephen Foster. 

Stolen (The) kiss: bv Dave Elman. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1934; D 26552; 
Blackmail co., New York. 1078 

Storm bird : a romantic play with 
music, play by Gail Brett [pseud. 
of E. Burrows] Adapted from tiie 
novel Moon of delight, by M. B. 
Houston, lyrics by M. B. II WSton, 
music by Harriet Ware N. e. II. W. 
Krumbhaar] © 1 c. Feb, 20, 1934; 
D 28624; Margaret Bel! Houston, 
New York. Harrier Ware Krumb- 
haar, Plainfield, X. J.. Edith Bur- 
rows. New York. 1079 

Stroiener (Der) soldat; operetta in 
_ acts, by I. J. Friedman. Text. 

2 ]'x yojnysx idxt'pxd -lyiyncp -ijn 

.]KZsnna .-> pnr> ]is .propx 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934; !» 26878; [si- 
dor J. Friedman. Bro< klyn 

Sweet mystery of life: a comedy in 3 
acts by Richard Maibaum and M. 
Wallach. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934 : D 
26689; Richard Waiter Maibaum and 
Mike Wallach. Now York. L081 

a play by P. II. Leigh. < 

1 c. Feb. s. 1934; D 26488; Peter 
Herbert Leigh, New York. 1082 



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1934 



1129 



Sweetest (The) girl; a 3-act Comedy- 
drama, by L. B. Hoffman. © 1 c. 
Feb. o, 1934; D 26454; Lotus Ber- 
nice Hoffman, Davenport, la. 1GS3 

Tale of two cities. See Little (The) 
window. 

Talk (The) o' the town; a comedy 
monologue, by G. G. Saylor.' §lc. 
Feb. 17. 1934; D 26895; George G. 
Saylor, Des Moines. 1084 

Taming Ma Kennedy; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Young. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1934; D 26494; .Jean Young, New 
York. 1085 

Tardy April ; a 1-act play, by Louis 
Wilson. Boston [1934] 17 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 
17; D 26654; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1086 

Tarzan of the apes ; episodes 280-286, 
a series of radio sketches, by Edgar 
Rice Burroughs. © 1 c. each Feb. 
26, 1934; D 2681S-26S44 ; Edgar 
Rice Burroughs, inc., Tarzana. 
Calif. 1087-1113 

Tear down those walls ; a 3-act drama, 
by J. I. Abrams'. © 1 c. Feb. 2. 
1934: D 26404; Joseph Isaac 
Abrams, Charlotte, N. C. 1114 

Temple, incorporated. See So, let 'em 
foreclose. 

That fatal ridge; a farce in 1 act. by 
A. M. Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1934; 
D 26675; Arthur M. Smith, Dear- 
born, Mich. 1115 

That's life; a play in 4 acts, by P. 
P. O'Brien. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934 ; D 
26477 ; Peter Paul O'Brien, Phila- 
delphia. 1116 

That strange light; a play in 2 acts, 
by M. M. Axelson. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1934; D 26759; Mary McDougal 
Axeison, New York. 1117 

Theodora, the quean; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Milward, J. K. Hawkes and 
J. Graham. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; 
D 26661; J. Kerby Hawkes. Brook- 
lyn, .jo Graham and Jo Milward. 
New York. 1118 

They made an impression; a 1-act 
play, by Josephine Flesher Camp- 
bell. Franklin, O., Denver. Col., 
1933. 15 p. 12mo. © Sept. 23. 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 16. 1934; D 26601; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1119 



This blooming earth ; a play of rural 
New England, by Albert S. Vees. 
Franklin, O.. Denver. Col., 1933. 134 
p. diagrs. 12mo. © May 30, 1933 ; 
2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 26613 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O. 1120 

This old South; a drama in 3 acts, 
by C. Menzalora. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1934; D 26597; Cosimo Menzalora 
and Samuel J. Park, New York. 

1121 

Tides (The) Eb and Fio ; episodes 1- 
14, dramatic skits for radio presen- 
tation, by M. R. Strong. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1934 ; D 26469 : Mable Ruth 
Strong, Tulsa, Okl. 1122 

Tight briches; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. T. Foote and Hubert Hayes. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1933; D 26421; John 
Taintor Foote. Beaverkill, N. Y. 

1123 

Titania's rose show ; a fantasy, by F. 
H. Lane. © 1 c. Jan. 29; 1934; D 
26765; Frank Hardy Lane, Chula 
Vista, Calif. 1124 

To the state ; a play in 1 act, by D. M. 
Home and J. A. Charbonnet, jr. © 

1 c. Jan. 18, 1934; D 26527; J. A. 
Charbonnet, jr. and Dan M. Home, 
New Orleans. 1125 

Tommy's birth place; a play in a pro- 
logue and 5 acts, by E. M. Stewart. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26679; Es- 
telle M. Stewart, Washington. 1126 

Too true to be good, Village wooing & 
On the rocks ; three plays, by Ber- 
nard Shaw. New York, Dodd, Mead 
& company, 1934. vi, 343 p. 12mo. 
Contains music. © Feb. 15, 1934 ; 

2 c. and aff. Feb. 16 ; A 69441 ; Ber- 
nard Shaw, London. 1126* 

Tour (Un) au paradis ; une comedie 
en 4 actes, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934 : D 26810 : Sacha Guitry, 
Paris. 1127 

Tovaritch ; a drama in 4 acts, by 

Jacques Deval [pseud, of Jacques 

Boularan] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1984; 

D 26S04 : Gilbert Miller. New York. 

1128 

Town (A) clef band rehearsal; text 
and music by E. S. Chenette. Con- 
ductor's score with text. © 1 c. Jan. 
17. 1934; D 28611; Edward S. Che- 
nette, DeKalb. HI. 1129 



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pi. i. v. 7 



Toyinaker's (The) dilemma ; a play in 
3 acts, by M. Strachan and H. Mor- 
rison. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934; D 
20S66; Martha Strachan and Har- 
riet Morrison. Wallace, Id. 1130 

Tragedie (La) de l'amour; piece in- 
edite en 4 actes, de Gnnnar Heiberg. 
{In Les CEuvres libres, no. 147) 
Adapte du norvegien, par Peter 
Groth et Suzanne Flour. © Sept. 
1, 1933 ; 1 e. Jan. 30. 1934; D 26400 ; 
Peter Groth & Suzanne Flour, Paris. 
1131 

Trois comedies en un acte ; [par] Au- 
guste L. Puel. Chicago, Official bul- 
letin publishing co. [1934] 63, 
[1] p. 12mo. Contents. — L'etoile. — 
Le numero gagnant. — Au clair de la 
lune. © Feb. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; 
aff. Feb. 23 ; AA 139513 ; Auguste L. 
Puel, Chicago. 1132 

True (The) story of a man without a 
country ; by Dave Elman. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934; D 26696; Blackmail 
CO., New York. 1133 

Truth takes a holiday; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Myrtle Giard 
Elsey. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1933. 85 p. diagr. 12mo. ©Aug. 
14. 1933 : 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 : D 26637 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc. 
Franklin, O. 1134 

Twenty cents an hour: a play in 3 
acts, by J. B. MeKeon. © 1 c. Feb. 
5. 1934: D 26572; James Barry Me- 
Keon, Oakland. Calif. 1135 

Twinkle-winkle ball; monologue, by 
Hope Lynn [pseud, of T. Lyons] © 
1 c. Jan. 22. 1934 ; D 266SS ; Theresa 
Lyons, Detroit. 1136 

Two is company: a musical comedy in 

. by D. Kusell. Text. © 1 c. 

Feb. 2. 1934; D 2U40S ; Daniel Kusell. 

Larchmont. X. Y. 1137 

Unbesteciiliche (Deri : lustspiel in 5 
akten, von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. 
© 1 c. Feb. 10. 1984; D 26799; S. 
Fischer verlag. a.-g., Berlin. 1138 

Uncle Tom*s cabin : revised version by 
A. E. Thomas, based upon the drama- 
tization by George L. Aiken of the 
novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
New York. London, D. Appleton- 
Century co.. inc. 1034. xi. [1], S3. 
I 1 1 p. front, (port. I 12mo. ©Jan. 
22. 1934: 2 e. Jan. 25: D 28578; 
A. E. Thomas, Wakefield. R. I. 113ft 



Uneasy stages: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Michael Davidson [pseud, of M. D. 
Rosenbaum] and X. Lessing. © 1 
c. Feb. 12, 1934: D 26894; Michael 
Davidson Rosenbaum and Norman 
Lessing, Arinonk. X. Y. 1140 

Yerdi*s Aida. See Aida (Verdi's) 

Yerlorene (Der) walzer; (Zwei her- 
zen im dreivierteltakt) operette 
in 3 akten (.8 bildern) nach dem 
gleichnamigen tonfllm des Walter 
Reisch und Franz Schulz, von Paul 
Knepler und J. M. Welleminsky. 
Musik von Robert Stolz. Yollstan- 
diges regiebuch. Basel. 1933. 4 p. 
1., 8-101 p. diagrs. 8vo. © Nov. 
!>, 1033; 1 c. Feb. 17. 1934: D 26683; 
Doremi musikverlag a.-g.. Basel, 
Switzerland. 1141 

Yia air transport: a comedy-drama in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by P. Wren. 
© 1 c. Fell. 7. 1934; D 26476: Phyllis 
Wren. New York. 1142 

Vicious ( A i spiral : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by I. P. Goodwin. © 1 c. Jan. 31. 
1934; D26465: Isabel Pitts Goodwin, 
Detroit. 1143 

Vickie: a musical romance in 3 acts, 
words by L. O. Bell and Otto Motzan, 
score by Otto Motzan. lyric by Alfred 
Koppell. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 21. 
1934: D 26733: Lilah Older Bell, 
Xew York. 1144 

Village wooing. See Too true to be 
good. Village wooing & On the rocks. 

Virtus fugit : a play in 1 act. by Paul 
Thurman I pseud, of T. F. Reese] 
© 1 c. Feb. 14. 1934 ; D 26588 : Thur- 
man Franklin Reese. Hollywood. 
Calif. 1145 

Voice: a pageant of the Negro, by J. F. 
Matheus. © 1 c. Feb. 19, l'.)34: d 
26701; John Frederick Matheus. 
Charleston. W. Va. 1146 

Vol (Le) nuptial: comedie en .", actes 
[par] Francis de Croisset. [Paris. 
1933] 34. [21 p. 4to. (La retire 
illustration, no. 649) © Nov. 11. 
1933; 1 c. Jan. 17. 1934: D 26436; 
Francis de Croisset. Paris. 114i 

Waiting (The) world: a pageant of 
the first Christinas, by S. C. McMa- 
hon. music bv E. S. Brown. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2N. 1934; I) 2MJ25: Elizabeth 
Sutton Brown and Sara Crumpton 
McMahon, Long Beach, Calif. 1148 



50 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



tig. 2, 1934 



1174 



Wanting; by A. Patri. (The Cream of 
wheat corporation, Angelo Patri pro- 
gram. Jan. 21, 1934) © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1934: D 26669; Angelo Patri, 
New York. 1149 

Warmer (Ein) brudder; a play in 3 
acts, by A. E. Brodsky. © 1 c. Jan. 
30. 1934; D 28524; Alexander Eman- 
uel Brodsky, Bridgeport, Conn. 

1150 

Was Barnum right ; by A. E. Julian. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 26699; Al- 
bert E. Julian, Los Angeles. 1151 

What happened then? a melodrama in 
3 acts [by] Lilian [ !] Trimble Brad- 
ley. London. Victor Gollancz, ltd., 
1934. 100 p. 12mo. © Jan. 22, 
1934 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 : D 2679S ; Lillian 
Trimble Bradley, London. 1152 

What, no angel cake! by Effa E. Pres- 
ton. A play in 2 acts for junior high 
or high schools. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver. Col., 1933. 55 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 23, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26599 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1153 

What, no weather! a comedy in 1 act 
for young people, by Mary Royce 
Merriman. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 9 p. 12mo. © Aug. 24, 
1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 26606; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1154 

Wheatenaville ; scripts 81-105, a radio 
serial, by Raymond Knight. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 24, 1934 ; D 26784-26788 ; 
Wheatena Corp., Rahway, N. J., and 
Raymond Knight, New York. 

1155-1159 

When kings meet ; a mystery play in 
3 acts, with a prologue and epilogue, 
by S. Stern. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1934; 
D 26407: Stephen Stern, North Ber- 
gen, N. J. 1160 

When marble speaks ; a dream of 
world peace, by Walter L. Bissell. 
1934. 27 p. 12mo. © Feb. 23, 1934 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23; D 26796; Walter L. 
Bissell, Cleveland. 1161 

When the frost is on the pumpkin ; by 

J. F. Keeley. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1934; 

D 26892; John F. Keeley, Chicago. 

1162 

Where do we go from here ; by Sara 
Jane Burges's [pseud, of May Dier- 
ker] Fowler, 111. [1934] 24 p. 
16mo. © Jan. 20, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 
29; D 26579; Fowler printing co„ 
Fowler, 111. 1163 



Where love is there God is also ; a 
dramatization by R. F. Sheaffer of 
the story by Count Leo Tolstoi. © 
1 c. Feb. 21. 1934 ; D 26737 ; Robert 
Faust Sheaffer. Chicago. 1164 

White gazelle ; a play in 7 scenes, by 
B. Young. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1934; D 
26591 ; Barbara Young, New York. 

1165 

White love ; a drama in 1 act, by E. K. 
Lockwood. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1934; 
D 265761 Ethel Keifer Lockwood, 
Los Angeles. 1166 

Who is to blame? a trial drama, by 
A. Webb. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1934; D 
26455 ; Atticus Webb, Dallas. 1167 

Who's afraid — ? a satirical farce in 
3 acts, by H. Granick. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1934; D 26419; Harry Granick, 
New York. 1168 

Why work? a play in 2 parts, by E. M. 
Stephens, verse by Peter John' 
Stephens. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934; D 
26530; Evelyn May Stephens, New 
York. 1169 

Widow in the Bye street. See Jimmy 



Wish (The) that will never grow old; 
a Christmas playlet in 1 act, by 
Helen R. Stilwell. Franklin. O., Den- 
ver. Col.. 1933. 12 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 12, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 
26642 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 1170 

Witch (The) and the Christmas story; 
a 1-act play, by Ester W. Arnold. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 
12 p. 12mo. © Sent. 21, 1933 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26641; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O. 1171 

Wit's end ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

Storrs Haynes [i. e. R. S. Haynes, 

jr.] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1934; D 26462; 

Royal Storrs Haynes, jr., New York. 

1172 

Woman's (The) a witch; a drama in 
3 acts, by A. D. Williams, from the 
Italian of Aldo de Benedetti. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1934; D 26531; A. D. Wil- 
liams, New York. 1173 

Wonders of Woodland ; a play in 2 
acts, by M. A. Keaney. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1934; D 26496: Margaret Ann 
Keaney, St. Louis. 1174 



51 



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1175 



pt. I, 



Ye happy minstrel and tiny band ; no. 
109, a series of radio sketches, by 
Ford Rush. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1934: 
D 267S3; Wheatena corporation. 
Rah way. N. J. 1175 

Yorck ; schauspiel in 4 aufziigen, von 
Max Petzold. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934 ; 
D 26801 ; Drei masken verlag a.-g.. 
Berlin. 1176 

You must; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation. Angel o Patri 
program, Jan. 28. 1934) © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 26670; Angelo 
Patri, New York. 1177 



Young (The) rebels of '76; a play of 
the American revolution in 3 acts, 
by T. S. Thornton. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1934; D 26584; Thomas Stanwood 
Thornton, Rockaway Park. L. I.. 
X. Y. 117S 

Zacheus; by Sigrid Van Swearingen. 
(A Seton play) © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1934; D 26778; Saint Joseph's col- 
lege, Emmitsburg. Md. 1179 



Zwei herzen im dreivierteltakt. 
Verlorene (Der) walzer. 



See 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the cata- 
log since Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 803 unpublished) 922 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 34 unpub- 
lished) 75 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 21 unpublished) 33 

Drama tico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 

unpublished I 10 

Total 1,040 



ftt 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [1179 



Carmen ; a romantic drama in 4 acts, 
dramatized from the novel of Pros- 
per Merimee, by Theodore Kremer. 
© Junior A. Straussman, South 
River. N. J., as the executor. R 
28801, Jan. 5. 1934. 1 

Flower (The) of Italy; a romantic 
emotional drama in 4 acts, by P. De 
Voe. © Pasqualina De Voe, New 
York, as the author. R 28579, Jan. 
5. 1934 2 



Outlaw's (The) Christmas; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Theodore 
Kremer. © Junior Straussman, 
South River, N. J., as the executor. 
R 28802, Jan. 5, 1934. 3 

Woman (The) of fire; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Theodore 
Kremer. © Junior Straussman, 
South River, N. J., as the executor. 
R 28803, Jan. 5, 1934. 4 



53 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Afternoon of a faun. See Apres-midi 
(L') d'un f'aune (Afternoon of a 
faun ) 

Apres-midi (L') d'un faune (After- 
noon of a faun) : by Claude Achille 
Debussy and Malvina Hoffman. 
(Musical moods) Reel. © Jan. 11. 
1934; 2 e. Jan. 19; description Feb. 
10; L 4499: Audio productions, inc.. 
New York. • 1180 

Are yen a Steve Brodie behind the 
wheel ; by Russell W. Vamey. © 
title, description and 54 prints, reed. 
Feb. 5. 1934; M 4556; Standard 
brands, inc.. New York. 1181 

Around the clock; no. 1630-31, story 
by Cyrus Wood, directed by Roy 
Mack. 2 reels. © Feb. 14. 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 15 ; L 4486 ; 
Vitaphone corn.. New York. 1182 

J3abes in the goods ; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Thelma Todd and Patsy 
Kelly comedy) 2 reels. © Jan. 30, 
1934: 2 c. and description Feb. ."> ; 
L 44.14 : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. lis:! 

Bolero: based upon an idea by Ruth 
Ridenour, from a story by Carey 
Wilson and Kubec Glasmon. screen 
play by Horace Jackson, directed by 
Wesley Ruggles. 9 reels. © Feb. 
21, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 23; description 
Feb. 27: L 4519; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 1184 

Broadway knights. Reel. © Feb. 21. 
1934; 2 c. Feb. 23; description Feb. 
27; L 4520; Paramount productions. 
Inc.. Hollywood. Calif. 1185 

Bubbling over ; story by Bert Granet 
and Burnet Hershey, directed by 
Leigh Jason. 2 reels. © Jan. 30, 
1934: 2 c. and description Feb. 5; 
L 4456; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 1186 

Buddy the gob; animation by Jack 
King and Ben Clopton. (No. 4 of 
Looney (tunes) Reel. © Feb. 24. 
1934: 2 c. and description Fob. 26; 
M 4604: Vitaphone corp.. New York. 
1187 



Buddy's show boat : animation by Jack 
King and James Pabian. I No. 3 of 
Looney tunes) Reel, © Feb. 24. 
1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 26; 
M 4603; Vitaphone corn.. New York. 
118S 

By the waters of Minnetonka ; by 
Thurlow Lieurance and Robert C 
Bruce. (Musical moods) Reel. © 
Jan. 9. 1934: 2 c. Jan. 19: descrip- 
tion Feb. 16: L 4500: Audio produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 1189 

Camping out. (Walt Disney's Mickey- 
Mouse) Reel. © Jan. 27. 1934: 2 
c. and description Feb. 27: M 4t;u7: 
Walt Disney productions, ltd.. Holly- 
wood. Calif. 1190 

Carolina; from The House of Con- 
nelly by Paul Green, screen play by 
Reginald Berkeley, directed by 
Henry King. 10 reels. © Feb. 2. 
1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 7: 
L 446S; Fox film corp.. New York. 
1191 

Cat (The) and the fiddle; from the 
play by Jerome Kern and Otto Hav- 
back. screen play by Bella and 
Samuel Spewack. directed by Wil- 
liam K. Howard. 9 reels. 
14. 1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 
26; L 4508; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 1192 

Cheaters: suggested by The Peacock 
screen by Fanny Heaslip Lea. story 
continuity and dialogue by Adele 
Buffington, directed by Phil Rosea. 
7 reels. © Jan. 30. 1934; 2 c. Jan. 
30; description Feb. 3: L 4449: 
Liberty pictures corp.. Culver City, 
Calif. 1193 

China (The) shop. (Walt Disney's 
Silly symphony) Reel. © Dec. 29, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. S, 
1934; M 4502: Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd.. Hollywood. Calif. 1194 

Christopher Bean. See Her sweet- 
heart. 

Circus (A) hoodoo: story by Dean 
Ward and Vernon Der.r. directed by 
Arvid E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © 



54 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 2, 1934 



1214 



Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 15; descrip- 
tion Feb. 16; L 4490; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
1195 

City of wax : narrator Gayne Whit- 
man, produced by Stacy Woodard 
and Horace Woodard. Reel. © 
Feb. 9, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 12 ; M 4569 ; Skibo productions, 
inc.. New York. 1196 

Colorful ports of call. FitzPatrick 
traveltalk) Reel. © Jan. 12, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 30 ; M 4546 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1197 

Coming out party ; from story by 
Becky Gardiner and Gladys Unger, 
screen play by Gladys Unger and 
Jesse Lasky. jr., directed by Jobn 
Blystone. 8 reels. © Feb. 26, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 27 ; L 
4512; Fox film corp., New York. 

1198 

County (The) fair. (A Walter Lantz- 
Bill Nolan cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 
30, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 2; description 
Jan. 31 ; M 4547 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1199 

Creative work in fractions. © title, 
description and 3 prints, reed. Feb. 
23, 1934 ; M 4591 ; Anne Filut, Mil- 
waukee. 1200 

Croon crazy ; by Steve Muffati. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © Dec. 29, 
1933; 2 c. and description Feb. 20, 
1934: M 4582; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 1201 

Crosby (The) case; screen play by 
Warren B. Duff and Gordon Kahn, 
directed by Edwin L. Marin. 7 reels. 
© Feb. 19, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 20; de- 
scription Feb. 21 ; L 4498 ; Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 1202 

Dark hazard ; novel by W. R. Burnett, 
screen play by Ralph Block & Brown 
Holmes, directed by Alfred E. Green. 
8 reels. © Jan. 30, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 31 ; L 4444 ; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 
1203 

David Harum ; from the novel by 
Edward Noyes Westcott, screen play 
by Walter Woods, directed by James 
Cruze. 9 reels. © Feb. 27, 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 27 ; L 4513 ; 
Fox film corp.. New York. 1204 

Death (The) crash. See Pirate 
treasure. 



Devil tiger; story and continuity by 
James O. Spearing, directed by 
Clyde Elliott. 6 reels. © Feb. 6, 
1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 6; 
L 4462; Fox film corp., New York. 
1205 

Doctor (The) ; a song hit story by 
Gene Buck, directed by Johnnie 
Walker. Reel. © Feb. 21, 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 21 ; M 
4587 ; Skibo productions, New York. 
1206 

Elmer steps out ; story and screen play 
by Arthur Ripley and Jack Cluett, 
directed by Jules White. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 24. 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 : descrip- 
tion Feb. 27; L 4515; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1207 

Ever since Eve : from The Heir to the 
hoorah by Paul Armstrong, screen 
play by Henry Johnson and Stuart 
Anthony, directed by George Mar- 
shall. 8 reels. © Feb. 6. 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 6 ; L 4461 ; Fox 
film corp,, New York. 1208 

Expectant (The) father: story by 
William Watson and Art Jarrett, 
produced by Al Christie. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 12, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 12 ; L 4474 ; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc.. New York. 1209 

Fatal (The) note; animation by Jim 
Tyer. (O. Soglow's The Little king) 
Reel. © Sept. 29, 1933 : 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 7. 1934 ; M 4558 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 1210 

Full coverage ; story by James W. 
Home and Albert Austin, directed 
by James W. Home. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 13, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 16; descrip- 
tion Feb. 14 ; L 4491 : Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1211 

Gambling lady ; based on story by 
Doris Malloy, screen play by Ralph 
Block & Doris Malloy, directed by 
Archie Mayo. 7 reels. © Feb. 22, 
1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
L 4506; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 1212 

Giantland. (Walt Disney's Mickey 
Mouse) Reel. © Nov. 16. 1933; 
2 c. and description Feb. 27, 1934; 
M 4609; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood. Calif. 1213 

Gimme my quarterback ; directed by 

Jack Hays. Reel. © Jan. 26. 1934 ; 

2 c. and description Feb. 5 : M 4553 ; 

Skibo productions, inc., New York. 

1214 



55 



CATALOG OP COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1215 



pt. r, v. 7 



Gold nuggets ; story and adaptation by 
Harry McCoy and Scott E. Clee- 
thorpe, directed by Del Lord. 2 
reels. © Feb. 2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 2; 
description Feb. 5 ; L 4457 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1215 

Good dame ; from a story by William 
R. Lipman, screen play by William 
R. Lipman, Vincent Lawrence, 
Frank Partos and Sam Hellman, di- 
rected by Marion Gering. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 15; de- 
scription Feb. 16; L 4489; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 1216 

Goode knigbt ; animation by Steve 
Mufatti, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © Feb. 16, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 16 ; 
M 4578 ; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 1217 

Goofytone newsreel ; no. 5, directed by 
Don Malkames. Reel. © Feb. 19, 
1934; 2 c. Feb. 20; description Feb. 
21 ; M 45S4 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 1218 

Heir (The) to the hoorah. See Ever 

since Eve. 

Hell on earth; story by Leonhard 
Frank and Victor Trivas, directed 
by Victor Trivas in collaboration 
with Georges Shdanoff. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 24, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 12; L 4473; H. William Fitel- 
son, New York. 1219 

Hell's fire. (Willie Whopper cartoon) 
Reel. © Jan. 30, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 5; M 4550; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1220 

Her sweetheart ; based upon the play 
The Late Christopher Bean, adapted 
by Sidney Howard from the play 
Prenez garde a la peinture by Rene 
Fauchois, screen play by Sylvia 
Thalberg and Laurence E. Johnson, 
directed by Sam Wood. 9 reels. © 
Dec. 20. 1933 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 8, 1934: L 4469; Metro-Gohl- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 1221 

Hips, hips, hooray ; story by Bert Kal- 
mar and Harry Ruby, screen play 
by Bert Kaimar, Harry Ruby, and 
Edward Kaufman, directed by Mark 
Sandricb. 7 reels. © Feb. 2, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 19 ; L 4411.1 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
3 222 



Hold that girl ; an original screen play 
by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trot- 
ti, directed by Hamilton Mac Fad- 
den. 7 reels. © Feb. 3, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 5: L 4453; Fox 
film corp., New York. 1223 

Hollywood on parade: B 7. Reel, g) 
Feb. 2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 2; descrip- 
tion Feb. 5; M 4549: Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
1224 

Holy (The) land; text by Russell 
Spaulding, narrator Alois Havrilla. 
(Vagabond adventure series) Reel. 
© Feb. 16, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 16 ; M 4577 ; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 1225 

Horsepower. (Sportlight) Reel. © 
Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 15; descrip- 
tion ten. 16; M 4575; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
1226 

Hot money ; by Hugh V. Jamieson. 2 
reels. © Oct. IS, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1934 ; description Nov. 2, 1933 ; M 
4583; Jamieson film laboratories, 
Dallas. 1227 

House (The) of Connelly. See Caro- 
lina. 

Howd'ya like that ; no. 1580-81, story 
by Jack Henley and Glen Lambert, 
directed by Ray McCarey. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 26, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 26; L 4."i07 : Yitapkone 
Corp., New York. 122 8 

Hula moon; by Lorenzo Del Riccio. 
(Musical moods) Reel. © Jan. 3. 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 19; description Feb. 
16; L 4502; Audio productions, inc.. 
New York. 1221) 

I believed in you ; from an idea by 
Wm. Anthony McGuire, screen play 
by William Conselman, directed by 

Irving Cummings. 8 reels. © Feb. 
13, 1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 
13; L 4479: Fox film Corp., New 
York. 1230 

I like it that way; story by Harry 
Sauber, screen play by Chandler 
Sprague and Joseph Santley. direct- 
ed by Harry Lachman. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 2, 11)34; 2 c. Feb. 7; descrip- 
tion Feb. 3; L 4466; Universal pic- 
tures corp-, New York. 1231 

In the devildog house; story by Ben 
Holmes and Johnnie Grey, dialogue 
by Bobby Clark, directed by Ben 
Holmes. 2 reels. © Feb. 5, 1934: 



56 



MOTION PICTURES 



1934 



1250 



2 c. and description Feb. 5 ; L 4455 ; 

RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

1232 

Into the depths. See Pirate treasure. 

Intracapsular cataract extraction by 
the Vacuum, cup method, (c) title 
recti. Feb. 3, 1934 ; description reed. 
Ftb. 2b: 3 prims reed. Feb. 3; M 
-^CIO ; Elijah Kcckhold Crossley, 
Chicago. 1233 

Is your route in a rut ; by Russell W. 
Varney. © title, description, and 
51 prints reed. Feb. 23, 1934; M 
4592 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 1234 

It happened one night; based on the 
story by Samuel Hopkins Adams, 
screen play by Robert Riskin, di- 
rected by Frank Oapra. 11 reels. 
© Feb. 17, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 19; de- 
scription Feb. 20 ; L 4497 ; Columbia 
pictures Corp., New Y T ork. 1235 

Jack Denny and band; no. 161S, di- 
rected by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Feb. 13, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 15 ; M 4573 ; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 1236 

Jest of honor, animation by Jim Tyer 
directed by Geo. Staliings. (O. 
Soglow's, The Little king) Reel. 
© Jan. 30, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 5 ; M 4554 ; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 1237 

Kissing time; no. 1593-94, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and Cyrus Wood, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15 ; L 4481 ; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1238 

Knife (The) of the party; story by 
H. O. Kussell and Art Jarrett, sr., 
directed by Leight Jason. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 26 ; L 4509 ; Van Beuren Corp., 
New York. 1239 

Last (The) straw; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 21, 
1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 21; 
M 45S9; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 1240 

Late (The) Christopher Bean. See 
Her sweetheart. 

Laughing with John P. Medbury 
among the Nordicks ; written and 
spoken by John P. Medbury. Reel. 
© Feb. 17, 1934; 2 e. Feb. 16; de- 
scription Feb. 20; M 4581; Futter 
Corp., ltd., New York. 1241 



Let's all sing like the birdies sing; 
animated by Myron Waldman and 
Thomas Johnson, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Feb. 7, 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 8 ; M 4561 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood. Calif. 1242 

Let's you and him fight ; animated by 
Wiliard Bowsky and William Sturm, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. (A 
Pop-eye the sailor cartoon) Reel. 
© Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 15; 
description Feb. 16 ; M 4576 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1243 

Line-up (The) ; story and screen play 
by George Waggner, directed by 
Howard Higgin. 7 reels. © Feb. 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; description ; Feb. 
16 ; L 4487 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 1244 

Lion (The) tamer; animation by Geo. 
Staliings. Reel. © Feb. 5, 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 5 ; M 4555 ; 
Van Beuren corp.. New York. 1245 

Little (A) girl with big ideas ; no. 
1624-25-26, story by A. Dorian Ot- 
vos, Eddie Moran & Cyrus Wood, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. 3 
reels. © Feb. 12, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 15; L 4483: Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1246 

Little (The) red hen. Reel. © Feb. 
9. 1934; 2 c. Feb. 26; description 
Feb. 27; M 4606; Celebrity produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 1247 

Lost (The) patrol: from the story 
Patrol by Philip MacDonald, screen 
play by Dudley Nichols, adaptation 
by Garrett Fort, directed by John 
Ford. 8 reels. © Feb. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 26; L 4510; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 
1248 

Man of two worlds ; from the novel by 
Ainsworth Morgan, screen play by 
Howard J. Green and Ainsworth 
Morgan, directed by J. Walter Ru- 
ben. 10 reels. © Jan. 11, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 6 ; L 4465 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
1249 

Managed money; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano and Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Charles Lamont. 2 
reels. © Feb. 23, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 23: L 4504: Educa- 
tional productions, inc.. New York. 
1250 



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Mandalay : story by Paul Hervy Fox, 
screen play by Austin Parker & 
Charles Kenyan, directed by Michael 
Cnrtiz. 7 reels. © Feb. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 2; L 4448: 
First national pictures, inc.. New 
York. 1251 

March of the years. 1 reel each. © 
March of the years, inc.. New 
York. 1252-1254 

M. 5. © Feb. 2, 1934: 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
description Feb. 9: M 4564. 

M 6. © Feb. 2. 1934 : 2 c. Jan. 29 : 
description Feb. 9 : M 4585. 

M. 7. © Feb. 10, 1934 : 2 c. Feb. 9 : 
description Feb. 12 ; M 4566. 

Marriage on approval: by Priscilla 
Wayne, from the novel by Priscilla 
Wayne, adapted by Olga Printzlau, 
continuity and dialogue by Howard 
Higgin and Edward Sinclair, di- 
rected bv Howard Higgin. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 20, 1933 : 2 c. Jan. 27. 1934 ; 
description Feb. 7 ; L 4407 ; Freuler 
film associates], inc., New York. 

1255 

Meanest (The) gal in town; screen 
play by Richard Sehayer, Russell 
Mack and H. W. Hanemann, from 
a story by Arthur Horman, a Russell 
Mack production. 7 reels. © Jan. 
19, 1934; 2 c. and description Feb. G: 
L 4463 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. 
New York. 1256 

Mild (The) west : no. 1582-83, story by 

Cyrus Wood & A. Dorian Otvos, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. 2 
reels. © Feb. 12, 1934: 2 c. and 
description Feb. 15: L 4482; Vita- 
phone corp.. New York. 1257 

Mills blue rhythm band: no. 1586, con- 
tinuity bv Cyrus Wood, directed by 
Roy Mack. Reel. © Feb. 6. 1934; 
2 c. and description Feb. 7: M 455 < : 
Vitaphone corp.. New York. 125S 

Mississippi (The) no. 1497, from the 
suite by Ferde Grofe. compiled by 
Bert Frank, directed by Roy Mack. 
Reel. © Jan. 30. 1934: 2 c. and 
description Jan. 31; L 4446; Vita- 
phone corp.. New York. 1259 

Mixed nuts: directed by James Par- 
rott. 2 reels. © Feb. 6. 1934 : 2 c. 
and description Feb. 12: L 4477: 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1260 

Movie memories: no . 1."»17. dialogue by 
Jack Henley and Glen Lambert. 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © 



Feb. 26. 1934: 2 c. and description 
Feb. 26; M 4602: Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1261 

Mushrooms; no. 1633-34. story by 
Dolph Singer and Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15; l 4485: Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 1262 

Nexr week-end: directed by Eddie 
Dunn. (All star comedy) 2 reels. 
© Feb. 13, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 1'.;: L 4493; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp.. New York. 1263 

Night (The) before Christmas. (Walt 
Disney's Silly symphony) Reel. © 
Dec. 1. 1933; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 27. 1934; M 4608; Walt Disney 
production, lid., Hollywood. Calif. 

1264 

Ninth (The) guest; based upon the 
book by Gwen Biistow and Bruce 
Manning, story by Owen Davis, 
adapted for the screen by Garnett 
Weston, directed by K. William 
Neill. 7 reels. © Feb. 6, 1934; 2 c. 
Feb. 5: description Feb. 8: L 4471; 
Columbia pictures corp.. New York. 
1265 

No more women: story by Delmer 
Daves and Grant Leenhouts, screen 
play by Delmer Daves eV Lou Bres- 
low, directed bv Albert Rogell. 8 
reels. © Feb. 21. 1934 : 2 C Feb. 23 : 
description Feb. 27: L 4518; Para- 
mount productions, inc.. Hollywood. 
Calif. 1266 

Oliver the eighth; directed by Lloyd 
French. (Laurel-Hardy comedy) 
3 reels. © Feb. 13, 1934: 2 c. and 
description Feb. 19: L 44'.»4 : Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

1267 

Once to every woman: story by A. J. 
Cronin screen play Jo Swerling, di- 
rected by Lambert Ilillver. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 20. 1934; 2 c. Jan. 20; de- 
scription Feb. :-'» : L 44."»P; Columbia 
pictures corp.. New York. 1268 

Orient express: from the novel Orient 
express by Graham Greene, screen 
play by Paul Martin. Carl Ilovey and 
Oscar Levant, dialogue by William 
Conselman, directed by Paul Mar- 
tin. 8 reels. © Jan. 12. 19B4; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 5: L 44.~2 : Fox 
him corp., New York. 1269 



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1294 



Paramount pictorial 3; no. 8. Reel. 
© Feb. 21. 1934; 2 c. Feb. 23; de- 
scription Feb. 27; M 4605; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1270 

Paramount sound news; no. 44-52. 1 
reel each. © Jan. 4, 7, 11, 14, 18. 
21, 25. 28, Feb. 4, 1934; 2 c. each 
Feb. 26; description each Feb. 23; 
M 4593-4601: Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

1271-1279 

Patrol. See Lost (The) patrol. 

Peacock (The) screen. See Cheaters. 

Picture palace; no. 1619-20, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos & Cyrus Wood, di- 
rected by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 29, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 31; L 4445; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1280 

Pirate treasure ; story by Ella O'Neill, 
screen play by George Plympton, 
Basil Dickey & Jack Nelson, direct- 
ed by Ray Taylor. 2 reels each. © 
Universal Pictures corp., New York. 
1281-1283 

Chapter 4, The sea chase. © Feb. 
2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 6; description 
Feb. 3 ; L 4459. 

Chapter 5, Into the depths. © Feb. 
13, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; description 
Feb. 14; L 4480. 

Chapter 6, The Death crash. © 
Feb. 24, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 23; de- 
scription Feb. 26; L 4511. 

Poor (The) rich; story by Ebba 
Havez and Dale Van Every, direct- 
ed by Edward Sedgwick. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 16 : L 4492 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 1284 

Prenez garde a. le peinture. See Her 
sweetheart. 

Quitter (The) ; story and continuity 
by Robert Ellis, directed by Richard 
Thorpe. 7 reels. © Feb. 14, 1934; 
2 c. Feb. 15 ; description Feb. 16 ; 
L 4488 ; Chesterfield motion pictures 
Corp., New York. 1285 

Red hot mamma ; animated by Wil- 
lard Bowsky and David Tendlar, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. (A Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel. © Feb. 2, 
1H34; 2 c. Feb. 2; description Feb. 
5; M 4548; Paramount productions, 
inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 1286 



Rip Van Winkle ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 12; M 
4570; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 1287 

Roast-beef and movies ; story by Richy 
Craig, jr., directed by Samuel Baer- 
witz. 2 reels. © Feb. 1, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 12; L 4476; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp, New 
York. 1288 

Roping wild bears; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by W. 
Earle Frank. (M.G.M. Oddity) 
Reel. © Feb. 6. 1934; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 12; M 4571; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1289 

Scrappy's television; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis, 
(A Charles Mintz, Scrappy produc- 
tion) Reel. © Feb. 2, 1934; 2 c. 
Feb. 2 ; description Feb. 12 ; M. 4568 ; 
Screen gems, inc.. Los Angeles. 

1290 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 7. Reel. © 
Feb. 7, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 8; M 4560; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

1291 

Sea (The) chase. See Pirate treasure. 

Search for beauty ; story by David 
Boehm and Maurine Watkins, based 
on a play by Schuyler E. Grey and 
Paul R. Milton, screen play by 
Frank Butler and Claude Binyon, 
dialogue by Sam Hellman, directed 
by Erie C. Kenton. 8 reels. © 
Feb. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; description 
Feb. 5 ; L 4458 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1292 

Shanghaied. (Walt Disney's Mickey 
Mouse) Reel. © Jan. 3, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 8; M 4563; 
Walt Disney productions, ltd., Holly- 
wood. Calif. 1293 

Six of a kind ; story by Keene Thomp- 
son and Douglas MacLean, screen 
play by Walter De Leon and Harry 
Ruskin, directed by Leo McCarey. 
7 reels. © Feb. 1, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 8; L 4470; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1294 

Social register; from play by Anita 
Loos and John Emerson, scenario 
and dialogue by James Creelman. 
adaptation by Clara Beranger, di- 
rected by Marshall Neilan. S reels. 
© Feb. 24, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 26; de- 



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1295 



pt. I, v. 7 



Social register— Continued. 

scription Feb. 27 : L 4514 ; Associat- 
ed film producers & Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1205 

Song hits; no. 1579. by Roy Turk, 
directed by Roy Mack. Reel. © 
Feb. 21, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 23; M 4590; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1296 

Soup and fish ; directed by Gus Meins. 
2 reels. © Feb. 13, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 20; L 4496; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New York. 

1297 

Southern exposure; story and anima- 
tion by Ben Harrison and Manny 
Gould. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © Feb. 2, 
1034; 2 c. Feb. 2; description Feb. 
12 ; M 4567 ; Screen gems, inc.. Los 
Angeles. 1298 

Strange as it seems : no. 37. by John 

Hix. Reel. © Feb. 20, 1934; 2 c. 

and description Feb. 23; L 4503; 

Universal pictures Corp., New York. 

1299 

Sunny (The) south: by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Dec. 29, 
1933 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 5, 
1934; M 4552; Moser & Terry, inc., 
New York. 1300 

Super (The) snooper: story and dia- 
logue by Ernest Pagano. Ewart 
Adamson, C. Edward Roberts and 
Beatrice Van, directed by Harry J. 
Edwards, 2 reels. © Feb. 9, 1934: 
2 c". and description Feb. 12 : L 4475 : 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 1301 

Ten baby fingers : story by Charles 
Saxtcn & Roland Asher. screen play 
by John Grey, directed by Jules 
White. 2 reels. © Feb. 6. 1934; 
2 c. Jan. 30: description Feb. 8; L 
4472; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 1302 

This side of heaven: adapted by Zelda 
Sears and Eve Greene, from a novel 
by Marjorie Bartholomew Paradis, 
screen play by Edgar Allan Woolf 
and Florence Ryerson, directed by 
William K. Howard. S reels. © 
Jan. 29, 1984; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 6; L 4460; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp.. New York. 1303 

Three (The) hears: by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Jan. 26, 
1934: 2 c. and description Feb. 5; 



M 4551 ; Moser & Terry, inc.. New 
York. 1304 

Tonialio: no. 1537-3S, story by Glen 
Lambert and Jack Henley, directed 
by Ray McCarey. 2 reels. © Feb. 
13, 1934: 2 c. and description Feb. 
15 ; L 44S4 ; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 1305 

Toy (The) shoppe. (A Walter Lantz- 
Bill Nolan cartoon) Reel. © Feb. 
13, 1934; 2 c. and description Feb. 
14: M 4572: Universal pictures 
Corp., New York. 1306 

Trav'lling the road; story by Arthur 
Jarrett, directed by William Watson. 
Reel. © Feb. 9, 1934; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 21; M 4588; Educa- 
tional films corp. of America, New 
York. 1307 

Two alone; from the play Wild birds 
by Dan Totheroh, screen play by 
Josephine Lovett & Joseph Moncure 
March, directed by Elliott Nugent. 
9 reels. © Jan. 26, 1934: 2 c. and 
description Feb. 0; L 4464; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1308 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 1309-1312 

No. 211, 212. © Jan. 2. 5. 1934; 2 c. 
each Feb. 16: description each 
Feb. 14 ; M 4579, 4580. 

No. 213, 214. © Jan. S, 11, 1934: 
2 c. each Feb. 16 : description each 
Feb. 21; M 4585, 4586. 

Waltz in A flat major : by Johannes 
Brahms and Malvina Hoffman. 
(Musical moods) Reel. © Jan. 15, 
1934; 2 c. Jan. 19; description Feb. 
16: L 4501; Audio productions, inc.. 
New York. 1313 

Way (The) See When strangers 
meet. 

What does 1934 hold ; directed by Wil- 
liam Watson. (A Treasure chest 
production) Reel. © Feb. 8, 1934: 
2 c. and description Feb. 15; M 
4."i74: Skibo productions, inc., New 
York. 1314 

What's your racket: original story by 
George R. Rogan, screen play by 
Barry Barringer, directed by Fred 
Guiol. 7 reels. © Feb. 12, 1934: 
2 c. Feb. 6; description Feb. 27; L 
4517: Mayfair pictures corp., New 
York. 1315 



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1321 



Wheels of destiny; story, screen play, 
and dialogue by Nate Gatzert, di- 
rected by Alan James. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 30," 1934; 2 e. Feb. 1; descrip- 
tion Jan. 31 ; L 4447 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1316 

When strangers meet; suggested by 
The Way by Zona Gale, story, con- 
tinuity, and dialogue by Adele Buff- 
ington, directed by William Christy 
Cabanne. 8 reels. © Feb. 21, 1934 ; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; description Feb. 27 ; 
L 4516; Liberty pictures Corp., New 
York. 1317 

Where's Elmer ; story by Albert Austin 
and W. P. Hackney, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Feb. 
2, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 2; description 
Feb. 3 : L 4451 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 1318 

Wild birds. See Two alone. 



Winter thrills; narrated by Ford. 

Bond. Reel. © Feb. 6, 1934; 2 c. 

Jan. 30; description Feb. 8; M 4559; 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 

1319 

Wonder bar; based on the play by 
Geza Herczeg, Karl Farkas and 
Robert Katscher. adaptation and 
screen play by Earl Baldwin, di- 
rected by Lloyd Bacon. 10 reels- 
© Feb. 23, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 23 ; L 4505 ; First national 
pictures, inc., New York. 1320 

You can't buy everything ; an original 
screen play by Dudley Nichols and 
Lamar Trotti, adapted by Zelda 
Sears and Eve Greene, directed by 
Charles F. Riesner. 8 reels. © Jan. 
25, 1934: 2 c. and description Feb. 
12 ; L 4478 : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., NeAV York. 1321 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 
1, 1934: 

Motion-pictux-e photoplays 150 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 131 

Total 281 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



r pHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A tizenkettedik 6ra ; komeuia 3 fel- 
vonasban, elojatekkal es 8 kepben, 
irta : Zilahy Lajos [i.e. Lajos Zil- 
ahy] © 1 c Mar. 1, 1934; D 
26967 ; Alexander Marton, Budapest. 
1322 

Abigail, daughter of the Israelites ; 
historian spectacle in 3 acts, by L. 
Weiner , , 

]is ,-ijnV'a 12 )in jyopx 3 pt ?pxt3pyB0 
.-lyrn jsy 1 ? 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1934 ; D 27369 ; Leon 
Weiner, New York. , 1323 

According to the records ; a drama in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by D. E. Han- 
Ion and A. P. Myers. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1934; D 27175; Dan E. Hanlon 
and Allen P Myers, New York. 

1324 

Afternoon of a pretense; a comedy in 
3 acts, by R. A. Porter. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1934; D 27453; Rose Albert 
Porter, New York. 1325 

Aimer a loisir ; piece en 4 actes, par 
Yves-Edge [pseud, of E. Tremois 
and Y. Tremois]. © 1 c. Jan 23, 
1934; D 27277; Edge Tremois and 
Yvonne Tremois, Paris. 1326 

Aladdin; a pantomime in 2 acts, by 
Margaret Carter. London, New 
York, 1934. 88 p. 12mo. 
([French's fairy & home plays, no. 
69] ) © Mar. 3, 1934 ; 1 c. Mar 26 ; 
D 27348; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1327 

Alarms and excursions ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by William Ford Manley. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1934; D 27113; Wil- 
liam F. Manley, Madison, N.H. 

1328 

Alexandra arms; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Paul Van Sloun. © 1 c Mar. 
20, 1934; D 27176; Paul William 
Van Sloun, Hollywood, Calif. 1329 

Alice in movieland ; script no. 1, a 
radio series, by Don Fair [pseud, of 
C. Freeman] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1934; 
D 26910 ; Clyde Freeman, Los Ange- 
les. 1330 



All our yesterdays ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Bernard C. Schoenfeld. © 1 c. 
Feb 17, 1934; D 27042; Bernard 
Schoenfeld, Provincetown, Mass. 

1331 

All our yesterdays ; or, In heaven and 
earth, a play in 3 acts, by A. Miner. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934; D 27367; Ann 
Miner, New York. 1332 

American (The) family Robinson ; 
scripts 1-3, by E. Barnouw. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1934 ; D 27434 ; Erik Bar- 
nouw, New York. 1333 

Amongst the chosen few; a play in 6 
parts, by Noguera [pseud, of J. 
Parra and M. Parra] © 1 c. Mai. 

22, 1934; D 27278; Juliette Parra 
and Marietta Parra, New York. 

1334 

Amy and Annie ; Episode 1, a radio 
play, by Earle R. Buell. © 1 c. Feb. 

23, 1934; D 26742; F. Isabelle Nel- 
son, Minneapolis. 1335 

Andrew Jackson ; a historical drama 
in 3 acts, by F. B. Foote. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1934; D 27380; F. Brad- 
bury Foote, Hollywood, Calif. 

1336 

Anno-dazumal ; volksstueck mit gesang 
in 3 akten, von G. Giegold. Text. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1934; D 27098; 
George Giegold, Chicago. 1337 

Anything might happen; a farce in 3 
acts, by Charles George. New York, 
Los Angeles [etc , etc.] 1934. 86 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Mar. 12, 1934; 
D 27408; Samuel French, New 
York. 1338 

Aranyifju; biiniigyi tortenet 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta : Hunyady Sandor 
[i.e. Sandor Hunyady] © 1 c. Mar.. 
1, 1934; D 26968; Alexander Mar- 
ton, Budapest. 1339' 

Arc anhadra ; a drama in 3 acts, by J. 
H. Benner. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1934 ; D 
26901; Joseph Henry Benner, Allen- 
town, Pa. 1340 



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Around the corner ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Seiler and Gwendolen Logan 
[i.e. G. L. Seiler] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1934 ; D 27033 ; Conrad Seiler, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1341 

Around the world ; no. 1, The curse of 
King Tut, by T. Terriss. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1934; D 27043; Tom Ter- 
riss, New York. 1342 

As other men are ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Siepmann. ©le. Mar. 16, 1934 ; 
D 2713G ; Eric Siepmann, Godalming, 
Surrey, England. 1343 

As told in bells (As tolled in bells) ; 

episode 1 and synopsis, a play for 

radio, by F. D. Singler. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 2746S ; Frances D. 

Singler, Minneapolis. 1344 

As tolled in bells. See As told in bells. 

Assault ; from the Swedish 4-act 
drama, by Vilhelm Moberg, trans- 
lated by E. Grey and H. Swenson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; D 27330; 
Hjordis Swenson, Brooklyn, and 
Eve Grey, New York. 1345 

Atmosphere; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Edward Saxon. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1934; D 27168; William 
Edward Saxon, Lexington, Ky. 

1346 

Bab and Lib series; episode 20. Bab 
answers a matrimonial ad, a radio 
series, by J. M. Anderson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14. 1934; D 27110; Jean M. 
Anderson, Richmond, Ya. 1347 

Bab answers a matrimonial ad. See 
Bab and Lib series. 

Baltic maverick. See Padre B. Cata- 
lan. 

Bamboo ; a play in 3 acts, by S. Cowan. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; D 27385; Sada 
Cowan, New York. 1348 

Battle between worlds; programs 1-4, 
by K. Prindiville. © 1 c. Mar. 22. 
1934 : D 27280; Kathleen Prindiville. 
Chicago. , 1349 



See Three women 



Beauty for ashes, 
in love. 

Bed nek; a drama in 3 acts, by E. K. 
Lockwood. © 1 c. Mar. 23. 1934; 
D 2728.-,; Ethel Keiler Lockwood. 
Los Angeles. 1350 

Behind the footlights ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Billy Wade [pseud, of 
C. B. Buchanan] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1934; D 270!iO; Carl Bryan Bu- 
•chanan, Tulsa. Okl. 1351 



Believe it or not. See Swiss (The) 
family Robinson, 



Belshazzar ; a scenario based on 
Hebrew history in Chaldea, by 
James F. and Emily H. Denison. © 

1 e. Mar. 19, 1934 ; D 27461 ; James 
F. Denison and Emily H. Denison, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 1352 

Bernhard von Weimar ; drama in 4 
akten [von] Rolf Lauckner. Miin- 
chen, 1933. 186, [1] p. 12mo. © 
Oct. 31, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 
27119; Albert Langen — Georg Mul- 
ler, verlag g.m.b.h.. Munich. 1353 

Besserer (Ein) herr. See Gentleman 
wanted. 

Biblogues ; playlets from the Penta- 
teuch, by Samuel M. Segal, with an 
introduction, by Rabbi Israel Gold- 
stein, New York. 1933. viii p., 3 1., 
15-95. [1] p. 8vo. © Dec. 1. 1933; 

2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 27092; Behr- 
man's Jewish book house. New York. 

1354 

Billboard : a play in 1 act. by Rebecca 
Van Hamm Dale. New York. Los 
Angeles [etc., etc., 1933] 2 p. 1., 
10 p. 12 mo. (The Junior league 
plays). © Dec. 28, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
27, 1934; D 27404; Samuel French, 
New York. 1355 

Billy Greybeard ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Helen E. Megahan. New York. Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1933. 2 p. 1., 
54 p. 12mo. (The Junior league 
plays). © Dec. 2S. 1933; 2 c. Mar. 
27. 1934; D 27410; Samuel French, 
New York. 1356 

Birds have nests : a play in 8 scenes, 
tr. by Rosalind M. Copping from the 
German play Kind im sebatten. by 
Leonhard Wegner. © 1 e. Mar. 21. 
1934: 1> 27191: Sitra play co., inc.. 
New Y( ik. 1357 

Bla<k fiii tree; a play in 2 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by R. S. 
Handley. © 1 e Mar. s. 1934; D 
27006; Regiua Stanfield Handley, 
Palis. 1358 

Blond (The i gypsj ; a drama in 1 act. 
by O. Jeanbourquin. © 1 .-. Mar. 21. 
1!>34: D 271!t7: Olga Jeanbourquin, 
Roosevelt, L. 1.. X. Y. 1359 

Blue denims; a moving picture scena- 
rio with sound, by .1. .1. Lewis. © 
1 c. Fel). 21. 1934; D 27<K>4 : Jonas 
J. Lewis. Newark. N.J. 1360 



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no. 3, 1934 



1382 



B'nai sholom ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Farber. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; D 
27032 ; Allan Farber, Newark, N.J. 

1361 

Bogged; a play in 4 acts, by D. E. 
Fitzpatrick. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; 
D 26931; Daniel E. Fitzpatrick, Ja- 
maica, N. Y. 1362 

Bold (The) bad man; a 1-act play, by 
I. Dyer Kuenstler. Newark, N. J., 
Mayfair producing company, 1934. 
2 p. 1., 26 numb. 1. 4to. © Mar. 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; D 27362 ; I. Dyer 
Kuenstler, Glen Ellyn, Id. 1363 

Bonny Prince Mike ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Preston Powell [i. e. H. P. 
Powell] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 
27350; Herbert P. Powell, Rich- 
mond. 1364 

Brass lady ; a drama in 3 acts, by M. 
Silver. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934; D 
27132; Milton Silver, Brooklyn. 

1365 

Bride's (The) rival; a play in 1 act, 
by Abby Merchant. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1934. 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 31, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 27; D 27418; Samuel French, 
New York. 1366 

Broken melody; a play in 3 acts, by 
Joseph Hefter. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934 ; 
D 27020; Joseph William Hefter, 
Chicago. 1367 

Brouille (La) ; [par] Charles Vildrac, 
edited with notes and vocabulary, 
by George B. Fundenburg. Boston, 
New York [etc.] D. C. Heath and 
company [1934] xiii, 139 p. front, 
(port.) illus. 16mo. © Jan. 16, 
1934 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 9 ; A 69387 ; 
George Baer Fundenburg, Orono, 
Me. 1367* 

But now it's love ; a play in 31 scenes, 
by J. J. Levenson. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1934; D 27057; Joel Jay Levenson, 
Worcester. 1368 

By this sign; by Zarada Redfield. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27471 ; Zarada 
Calle Redfield, St. Louis. 1369 

Cafe romance; by S. Flock. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1934 ; D 27013 ; Sally Flock, 
Cleveland. 1370 

Cagliostro, the great lover ; a play in 
19 scenes, by Count L. Hamon. © 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1934; D 27388; Count 
Louis Hamon, Hollywood, Calif. 

1371 



Call me Mike ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by James Reach and Tom Tag- 
gart. New York, Los Angeles [etc., 
etc.] 1933. 90 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Dec. 28, 1933; 2c. Mar. 27, 1934; D 
27409; Samuel French, New York. 
1372 

Canada ; 3 atti, di C. G. Viola. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1934; D 26963; Cesare 
Giulio Viola, Rome. 1373 

Caprice Viennois ; a musical play, text 
and music by M. Westphal. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1934 ; D 28650 ; Marie West- 
phal, New York. 1374 

Career ; a play in 3 acts, by V. Mc- 

Carty. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 

27359 ; Virginia McCarty, New York. 

1375 

Carry on ; script 2, pot luck ! a radio 
comedy-drama serial, by D. O'Con- 
nor. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934 ; D 27094 ; 
Daisy O'Connor, Brooklyn. 1376 

Celebrities; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Harris. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 
27040; Elmer Harris, West Los 
Angeles. 1377 

Chant (A) of fate; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Anna Jenness [i.e. 
A. J. Miller] Rev. version of Joel's 
boy. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 26982 ; 
Anna Jenness-Miller, New York. 

1378 

Charming lady! (Geschafte am lau- 
fenden band) ; a Viennese comedy in 
3 acts, by Fritz Gottwald and Adolf 
Eisler, adapted by Jessie Ernst. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1934; D 27189; Jessie 
Ernst, New York. 1379 

Christine ; a play in 4 acts, by Paul 
Geraldy, translated by G. A. Brooks. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; D 26925; G. 
Anne Brooks, New York. 1380 

Christmas jewels ; a play with music 
for children, by Karin Sundelof- 
Asbrand. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 33 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
13, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 28651 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1381 

Cinderella ; a dramatization in 3 acts, 
by A. A. MacLennan. © 1 c. Mar. 
6, 1934 ; D 26971 ; A. A. MacLennan, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 1382 

City-madam (The) ; a comedy, by 
Philip Massinger, edited with an in- 
troduction and notes, by Rudolf 
Kirk. Princeton, 1934. 5 p. 1., 183 
p. 8vo. ( [Princeton studies in Eng- 
lish no. 10]) © Mar. 1, 1934; 2 c. 



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1382* 



pt. i, v. 7 



City-madam — Continued. 

Mar. 3; aff. Mar. 5; A 70457; 
Princeton university press, Prince- 
ton, N.J. [Copyright is claimed on 
preface, introduction, appendix, foot- 
notes, notes and bibliography, by 
Rudolf Kirk] 1382* 

Claws of destiny ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Hudoyan. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1934 ; 
D 27187; Haig Hudoyan, Water- 
vliet, N.Y. 1383 

Clipped wings; a play in 3 acts, by 
Michael Roth [pseud, of M. Maltz] 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934 ; D 27001 ; Meyer 
Maltz, New York. 1384 

Club (The) sketch; episodes 1, 2, 10, 
in 13 episodes, by J. Sawdon and J. 
Wilder. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934; D 
27072 ; Jessie Wilder and Julie Saw- 
don, New York. 1385 

College guinea pigs; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by J. C. Rosser. © lc. 
Mar. 28, 1934; D 27436; Jane Coz- 
zens Rosser, Hollywood, Calif. 

1386 

Come away, death ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. H. Withington. ©lc. Mar. 
5, 1934; D 26954; Edwin H. With- 
ington, Kansas City, Mo. 1387 

Comic (The) supplement; a matri- 
monial mix-up in 3 acts, by Wilbur 
Braun. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc., etc.] 1934. 116 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 25, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 27; D 
27407; Samuel French, New York. 
1388 

Common ground ; a play in 7 scenes, 
by Betty House. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1934; D 26984; Beatrice C. Rosen- 
house, Los Angeles. 1389 

Connie goes home ; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by Edward Childs Carpenter, from a 
story by Fannie Kilbourn [i.e. Fan- 
nie Kilbourne Gatchell] New York, 
Los Angeles, Samuel French, inc. 
[etc., etc.] 1934. 113 p. plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. (French's standard 
library edition) Revised and re- 
written. © Jan. 6. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
28; D 27422; Edward Childs Car- 
penter, New York. 1390 

Contemporary drama : European plays ; 
[v.] IV, selected by E. Bradlee Wat- 
son and Benfield Pressey. New 
York. Chicago [etc., 1934] xii p., 
2 1., 3-425 p. 16mo. Contents — 
The cherry orchard [by] Anton P. 
Chekhov. — He who gets slapped 
[by] Leonid Andreyev. — Man and 
the masses [by] Ernst Toller. — R. 



U. R. [by] Karel Capek.— Henry IV 
[by] Luigi Pirandello. © Feb. 2, 
1934; 2 c. Feb. 17; aff. Feb. 19; A 
69482; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 1390* 

Convict no. 13 ; no. 1. Grapevine in 
the big house, a series of broadcasts, 
by Walter George Spahlinger. © 
1 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 27095 ; Walter 
G. Spahlinger and Deane S. Kint- 
ner, Cleveland. 1391 

Cops and robbers. See Raspberry 
bush. 

Country cousins : a comedy in 3 acts, 

by B. Loving. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1934 ; 

D 27432; Boyce Loving, Richmond. 

1392 

Course (The) of human events; a 
dramatic play in 3 acts, by Manuel 
Rothstein. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1934; D 
26916; Emanuel Bernard Rothstein, 
Philadelphia. 1393 

Covered wagon days ; episode no. 145, 
a radio serial, by R. L. Redd. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1934; D 27109; Robert 
Leigh Redd, San Francisco. 1394 

Crazy prelude ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Ingerlid. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; D 
27391; Jay Ingerlid, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1395 

Cricket (The) on the hearth; by Gil- 
mor Brown, from the novel by 
Charles Dickens. New York, Los An- 
geles [etc., etc., 1934] 2 p. 1., 76 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Mar. 8, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 27; D 27414; Samuel French, 
New York. 1396 

Crime (The) of punishment; a tragedy 
in 3 acts, by E. J. Hochman. © 
1 c. Mar. 1. 1934; D 26919; Eugene 
Joseph Hochman, Toledo, O. 1397 

Criss cross; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. Boston, 
Mass. [1934] 5 p. 1., 13-77 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Mar. 15. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
29: D 27440: Drama guild publish- 
ers, Boston. 1398 

Crooked (The) straight; a play in 3 
acts, by A. E. Anthony. © 1 c. Mar. 
5, 1934; D 26952; Amelia Edna An- 
thony, New York. 1399 

Cupid throws a monkeywrench ; a 1-act 
comedy, by Marion Short. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc.. etc.] 1933. 
38 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 28, 
1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1934 : D 27412 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 1400 



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1423 


Cupid's staff physician; a romantic 

drama in 4 acts, by F. Y. Anderson. 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; D 27279; 

Franklin Yates Anderson, St. Louis. 

1401 

Curse (The) of King Tut. See Around 

the world. 
Dad knows ; a reading, by Bess Green- 


Mar. 22, 1934. A spade's a 

spade. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1934; D 
27449; Pacific coast borax co.. New 
York. 1413 

Mar. 29, 1934. Object : Mat- 
rimony. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1934; D 
27450; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1414 



ley. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1933. 
8 p. 12mo. © Aug. 22, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 27204; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 1402 

Daimlo; sequences 1, 2, 6, radio 
sequence, by Will Beale. © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1934; D 27053 ; William C. 
Beale, Eastport, Me. 1403 

Damned grafters ; a revue sketch, by 
C. H. Barclay. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1934 ; D 27080 ; Carleton Henry Bar- 
clay, New York. 1404 

Dangerous corner ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. B. Priestley. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1933. 76 p. 
plate. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1361]) © Dec. 8, 1933; 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1934; D 27338; J. B. 
Priestley, London. 1405 

Dawn in darkness ; a 3-act drama, by 
S. Koerner. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; 
D 27378; Sylvia Koerner, Los 
Angeles. 1406 

Day (A) and night with the crier's 
[ !] of old London; by A. Thomas. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934 ; D 27056 ; Alice 
Thomas, Los Angeles. 1407 

Day's (A) work; the dramatic version 
of a famous jewel robbery, by Larry 
O'Connor. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1934; 
D 27188 ; Otto Meyer, New York. 

1408 

Dean (The) of bright obscurity; a play 
in 3 acts by H. W. Fiferlik. © 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1934; D 27373; Harold 
Fiferlik, Detroit. 1409 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Mar. 1, 1934. The shooting at Cal- 
ico. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934 ; D 26996 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

1410 

Mar. 8, 1934. The Silver 

Queen. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1934; D 
27451 ; Pacific coast borax co.. New 
York. 1411 

Mar. 15, 1934. Shave an' 

haircut. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934; D 
26997; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1412 



Deeps (The) beneath; a tragic episode 
in 4 scenes, by F. Rider. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1934; D 27147; Fremont 
Rider, Middletown, Conn. 1415 

Defaulted payment; by Earl Noth- 
nagel. © 1 e. Feb. 28, 1934; D 
27100; Earl George Nothnagel, 
Princeton, 111. 1416 

Defiler (The) ; a dramatic composi- 
tion in 31 scenes, by W. B. Young. 
New version of Love without light. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1934; D 27431; 
William Bertram Young, Chicago. 

1417 

Deidre of the roadways ; a light opera 
in 3 acts, music by M. E. Armstrong, 
book and lyrics by Douglass B. 
Clarke. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1934; D 
28633; Margaret E. Armstrong, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 1418 

Desiderio d'una madre agonizzante. 
See Donna (La) misteriosa. 

Destino (El) de un herrero; (The 
destiny of a blacksmith), drama de 
M. Codesal. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; 
D 27140; Manuel Codesal, New 
York. 1419 

Destiny (The) of a blacksmith. See 
Destino (El) de un herrero. 

Devil's (The) web; a melodrama in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by Barry Con- 
ners. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934 ; D 26921 ; 
Edward Esmonde, New York. 1420 

Dimmer at eight ; a comedy sketch, by 
J. Montague. §lc. Mar. 26, 1934; 
D. 27386 ; Joel Montague, San Fran- 
cisco. 1421 

Divided we stand ; a 1-act play, by 
Mary Thurman Pyle. Boston [1934] 
29 p. 12mo. © Feb. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 2; D 26905; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1422 

Dla szezescia dziecka ; czyli, Dwie 
matki, epizod 1-3, (For the happi- 
ness of the child ; or, Two mothers) ; 
sztuka radiowa z programow, przez 
W. Leskiewicz. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1934; D 26988: Wladyslaw Leskie- 
wicz, Detroit. 1423 



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1424 



pt. I, v. 7 



Do men love? a play in 5 acts, by F. 
Pohl. © 1 e. Mar. 7, 1934; D 
27000; Freda Pohl, New York. 1424 

Dr. mecl. Hiob Pratorius, facharzt fur 
chirurgie unci f rauenleiden ; eine 
gesehichte ohne politik nach alten 
aber guten motiven neuerziihlt. von 
Curt Gotz. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; 
D 27382; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 
1425 

Doctor's (The) confession; a play in 
3 acts, by E. Crandall and E. Dowl- 
ing. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934 ; D 27061 ; 
Edward Crandall and Ethel Dowl- 
ing, New York. 1426 

Donna (La) misteriosa ; ovvero, II de- 
siderio d'una madre agonizzante; 
dramma in 4 atti con prologo, di 
Giuseppe Bocina [i.e. J. Bocina] 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; D 27283; 
Joseph Bocina, Brooklyn. 1427 

Double door ; a play in 3 acts, by Eliz- 
abeth McFadden. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French [etc.. etc.] 
1934. 5 p. 1., 3-130 p. front., plates. 
12mo. © Feb. 18, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
28; D 27430; Elizabeth A. McFad- 
den, Peekskill, N.Y., and Hermine 
Kelpac, Beacon, N.Y. 1428 

Double pay ; a comedy in 1 act, by M. 

Carroll. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; D 

27328; Michael Carroll, New York. 

1429 

Dramas in twenty volumes ; v. XIV- 
XVI, by Lincoln Hulley. DeLand. 
Fla., The E. O. Painter printing co., 
1934. 3 v. 12mo. Contents.— v. 
XIV. 66. The magic ring. 67. The 
laughter of God. 68. Mirage. 69. 
Ingratitude. 70. Tomorrow. — v. XV. 

71. Santa Claus and mother Goose. 

72. Gerald to Geraldine. 73. The 
Duchess of Dublin. 74. The prodigal 
son. 75. Rivals on the Styx. — v. 
XVI. 76. Ginger McGillicnddy. 77. 
Lord Ashton's triumph. 78. The 
costly glories of the higher life. 79. 
The coroner's inquest. 80. God's 
servant Job. v. XIV, © Feb. 10, 
1934; v. XV, XVI © Feb. 28; 2 c. 
each and affs. Mar. 5; A 7044S 
70450 ; Lincoln Hulley, DeLand, Fla. 

142D* 

Dramatized sfermonettes; by Blanche 
Bayliss. Six short plays to illus- 
trate talks or sermons. Franklin. 
O., Denver. Colo.; 1933. 48 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Awakening. — Easter hats. 
— Faith. — The man with a pitcher. — 
Release.— The way. © Sept. 12. 



1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16. 1934 ; D 27202 ; 
Eidridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1430 

Dream girl ; romantic musical comedy 
in 2 acts, text and music by C. W. 
Johnson. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; 
D 28646; Clair W. Johnson, Spring- 
ville, Utah. 1431 

Drift (The) of eastern gray; a play 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by A. C. 
Rowell. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934; D 
27370; Adelaide Corinne Rowell, 
Chattanooga. 1432 

Driftwood; a play in 3 acts, by T. S. 
Mayner. © 1 c. Mar. 30. 1934; 
D 27470; Thomas S. Mayner, Cleve- 
land Heights, O. 1433 

Drowning men ; a play in 4 acts, by A. 
Lopatin. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934; 

D 27087; Abe Lopatin, Chicago. 

1434 

Dusk : a 1-act play, by Grace Barton 
Allen [i.e. G. B. A. Cook] © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1934 : D 26898 ; Grace Barton 
Allen Cook, Cranford, N.J. 1435 

Dwie matki. Sec Dla szczes.ia 
dziecka. 

Early (An) Easter; a play in 1 act, 
by R. B. Yates. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1934; D 27031; Ray Baker Yates, 
New York. 1436 

Edyth adytum ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Laundrie. © 1 c. Mar. 17. 
1934; D 27166; John Henry Laun- 
drie, Ossining, N.Y. 1437 

Einer muss heiraten. See Heath Ger- 
man readings. 

Elizabeth of England ; a play in 5 acts, 
by Ferdinand Bruckner, translated 
by A. C. Flexner. Rev. version. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1934 ; D 27438 ; Anne 
Crawford Flexner, New York. 1438 

Encore ; a drama in 11 scenes, by Stan- 
ley Bell. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1934: D 
26900; Stanley J. Bell. Oakland. 
Calif. 1439 

Errant lady: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. N. Dorfman. © 1 c. Mar. 6. 
1934; D 26980; Nat N. Dorfman. 
New York. 1440 

Escape me never; a play in 3 acts, by 
Margaret Kennedy [pseud, of M. 
Davies] London. William Heine- 
maim ltd. [1934] 5 p. 1.. 124 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 28, 1934, 1 c. Mar. 15 ; 
D 27138; Margaret Davies, London. 
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no. 3, 



1463 



Even change ; a 1-aet play, by G. Clev- 
enger. Newark, N.J., Mayfair pro- 
ducing co., 1934. 2 p. 1., 19 numb. 1. 
4to. © Feb. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; 
D 27004; G. Clevenger, Pueblo, Col. 
1442 

Everybody's business ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. Withington. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1934 : D 27467 ; Dapbne Withington, 
Milton, Mass. 1443 

Everything perfectly regular ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by M. V. Farmer. © 
1 c. Mar.' 6, 1934 ; D 26970 ; Mary 
Virginia Farmer, New York. 1444 

Excuse me ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by Rupert Hughes. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc.. etc.] 1934. 132 p. 
. plates, diagrs. 12mo. . ( [French's 
standard library edition]) Acting 
edition. © Mar. 14, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 
27; D 27411; Samuel French, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter added regarding production, 
property plots, scene designs, etc.] 
1445 

Exhibition (The) ; a 1-aet play, by A, 

Gerstenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934 ; 

D 27141 ; Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago. 

1446 

Experiment (An) in fear ; a play in 1 
act, by Richard Heron Ward. Lon- 
don, New York, 1933. 16 p. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 
1911)] © Dec. 28, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1934 ; D 27347 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 1447 

Exquisite (The) dilemma; a play in 3 
acts with a prologue, by M. Echard. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934 ; D 27036 ; Mar- 
garet Echard, Los Angeles. 1448 

Extra ! extra ! a 3-act play by I. L. 
Singer. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934; D 
27477; Irving L. Singer, Oakland, 
Calif. 1449 

Faint perfume; a play with a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Zona Gale. 
New York, Samuel French [1934] 
5 p. 1., 3-127 p. 12mo. © Mar. 16, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; D 27429 ; Zona 
Gale, New York. 1450 

Faisons un reve ; comedie en 3 actes 
[par] Sacha Guitry. [Paris] 1934. 
26, [2] p. 4to. (La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 656) © Jan. 6, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 27; D 26960; Sacha Guitry, 
Paris. 1451 

Fall (The) of Babylon. See Feast 

(The) of Belshazzar. 
Familie Gozzi; komische oper in 3 

akten (5 bildern) von Wilhelm 



Kempff, op. 39. Berlin [1934] 48 p. 
16mo. Text. © Jan. 8, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 17 ; . D 26959 ; Ed. Bote & G. 
Bock, Berlin. 1452 

Vollstandiger klavierauszug 

vom komponisten. Berlin, New 
York [1934] 244 p. fol. © Jan. 4, 
1C34: 1 c. Feb. 17; D 28631; Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 1453 

Familie (La) Vauberlain; piece en 3 

actes, de P. Gavault, d'apres le ro- 

man de Jose Tliery. §lc Feb. 27, 

1934 ; D 26966 ; Paul Gavault, Paris. 

1454 

Fate of woman ; a tragedy in 3 acts, 
by Lafayette Craft [i.e. R. L. Craft] 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934 ; D 27052 ; Rus- 
sell Lafayette Craft, Yonkers. N.Y. 
1455 

Favola (La) del figlio cambiato ; di 
Luigi Pirandello. . [Musica di] G. 
Francesco Malipiero. Partitura [del 
opera] 122941. [Milano, New York, 
1934] 1 p. 1., 212 p. fol. © Feb. 
20, 1934 ; 1 c. Feb. 21 ; D 28632 ; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 1456 

Feast (The) of Belshazzar; or, The 
fall of Babylon, by O. M. Jones. © 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 26933; O. M. 
Jones, Philadelphia. 1457 

Femme (Une) de theatre; piece en 1 
acte, de L. Hermant. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1934; D 26899; Leon Hermant, 
Chicago. 1458 

Fiarri ; a drama in 3 acts, by Ernest 
and Louise Cortis. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1934; D 27327; Ernest Whitehouse 
Cortis and Louise Mary Cortis, 
East Orange, N.J. 1459 

Fields beyond ; a play in 3 acts, by C- 
W. Crouch, based upon the novel 
The true heart, by Sylvia Townsend 
Warner. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934; D 
27164; Charles Willard Crouch, 
Hollywood, Calif. 1460 

Fifty-fifty ; a drama in 3 acts, by W. 
A. Sawdon. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; 
D 27356; Wallace A. Sawdon, Los 
Angeles. 1461 

Figures of romance ; episode 1, The 
life of Lord Byron, a radio drama, 
by Freeman Ambrose [i.e. E. F. Am- 
brose] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; L> 
27029 ; Edwin Freeman Ambrose, 
Los Angeles. 1462 

First (The) London crazy show; by 
J. Fanton. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934- 
D 27037 ; Joe Fanton, New York. 

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Flaming soul ; by Vladimir S. Wayne 
[pseud, of V. S. Lagodzinski] © 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; D 27381 ; Vladi- 
mir S. Lagodzinski, Chicago. 1464 

Folks next door; episodes 34-66, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by M. B. Du- 
mas. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 
27469; Mollie Bell Dumas, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 1465 

Follow the gleam ; a play in 4 acts, by 

F. H. Johnson. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1934; D 27281; Fannie Hay John- 
son, Los Angeles. 1466 

For love or money ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Langner and A. M. Langner. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934 ; D 27086 ; Law- 
rence Langner and Armina Mar- 
shall Langner, New York. 1467 

For the happiness of the child. See 
Dhi szczescia dziecka. 

Forgiven; a play in 5 acts, by S. C. 
Urbina. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 
26948; Santos C. Urbina, Los An- 
geles. 1468 

Forsaking all other ; a drama in 3 
acts, by T. J. Burne [pseud, of B. 
T. Uren] © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1934; D 
27199; Bertram Thomas Uren, New 
York. 1469 

Forty eight hours ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Hinsdale. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934 ; 
D 27208; Harriet Hinsdale, Los 
Angeles. 1470 

Four plays of St. Clare ; by Laurence 
Housman. London, Sidgwick & 
Jackson, ltd. [1934] vii, 63, [1] p. 
12mo. Contents. — Good beating. — 
Kind comfort. — Weaker vessels. — 
Holy terror. © Jan. 15, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 13 ; D 27456 ; Laurence Hous- 
man, Somerset, England. 1471 

Frat house ; a play in 3 acts, by Fred 
Ballard [i. e. J. F. Ballard] and M. 

G. Eberhart. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934 ; 
D 27048; John Frederick Ballard. 
Peterboro, N.H., and Mignon Good 
Eberhart, Oak Park, 111. 1472 

Freeing the forgotten man; a pageant, 
by V. Fairbairn. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1934; D 27062; Vernetta Fairbairn, 
Independence, Kan. 1473 

Frenzy in Firenze ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by William Crowell. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1934 ; D 26909 ; William C. Crowell, 
Tucson, Ariz. 1474 

Friend of the family ; a reading, by 
Charles George. Franklin, O.. Den- 
ver, Col., 1933. 6 p. 12mo. © Aug. 



10, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; D 27203 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1475 

Futurity's past; a play in 3 acts, by 
Carrol Lusk. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1934; 
D 27011 ; Carrol Brooks Lusk, Aus- 
tin, Tex. 1476 

Gabriel and the hour book; a play in 
3 acts, by Ethel Van der Veer [i. e. 
Ethel Van der Veer Bigelow] and 
Franklyn Bigelow, from the story of 
the same title, by Evaleen Stein. 
New York, Los Angeles, Samuel 
French, inc. [etc., etc.] 1934. 74 p. 
diagrs. 12nio. © Mar. 8. 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 28 ; D 27424 ; L. C. Page & CO., 
Boston. 1477 

Gagsters (The) ; a vaudeville sketch 
or movie short, by A. H. Goldbogen. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1934 ; D 27479 ; S. A. 
Costello, Chicago. 1478 

Gak (The) of Oomalong; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Culnan. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1934 ; D 26920 ; John Culnan, Madi- 
son. Wis. 1479 

Galerie de bustes; piece en 1 acte, de 
R. Wachthausen. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1934; D 26965; Rene Wachthausen, 
Paris. 1480 

Gamine's legacy; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by R. MacKay. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13. 1934'; D 27088: Robert M. 
MacKay, New York. 1481 

Garden of the moon ; a romantic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Arthur Jearue. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1934] 86 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 20; D 27152; Northwestern 
press. Minneapolis. 1482 

Gegenkandidaten (Die) ; kumodie 
[von] Ludwig Fulda. edited with 
notes, exercises and vocabulary, by 
Bertha Reed Coffman. Boston. New 
York [etc.. 1934] xiii, 208 p. front, 
(port.) 12mo. (Heath's modern 
language series) © Feb. 19, 1934; 
2 c. Mar. 2: aff. Mar. 5: A 70478; 
Bertha Reed Coffman. Boston. 

1482* 

Gelbe (Die) lilie; ungarische rhap- 
sodie in 2 teilen (12 bildern) nach 
dein gleichnamigen schauspiel von 
Ludwig Biro, von. Geza Herczeg und 
Stefan Zagon. Fur die deutsche 
biihne bearbeitet von Karl Farkas 
und Geza Herczeg. Musik von 
Michael Krasznay-Krausz. Text. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934 : D 27173 : Georg 
Marton. Vienna. 1483 



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1505 



General Tires presents Pat Barnes as 
the General; by P. H. Barnes. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1934 ; D 27097 ; Patrick 
Henry Barnes, Chicago. 1484 

Gentleman wanted (Ein besserer 
herr) ; a play in 3 acts, by Walter 
Hasenclever, tr. by E. Flexner. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1934 ; D 27167 ; Eleanor 
Flexner, New York. 1485 

Geschafte am laufenden band. See 
Charming lady. 

Ghost (The) woman; a play in 1 act, 
by J. Atherton Harris. © 1 c. Mar. 
12, 1934; D 27073; Jake Harris, 
Menlo Park, Calif. 1486 

Gibson (A) girl ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Bennett. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; 
D 27358; Dorothy Bennett, New 
York. 1487 

Gift (The) of God; a play in 2 acts, 
dramatized by E. Warren from story 
of same title by Marion Smith. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1934 ; D 27070 ; Marion 
Smith, Cleveland. 1488 

Gifts of motherhood; a service for 
Mother's day, by Mattie B. Shannon. 
[Music by Peter Ritter and others] 
Philadelphia [1934] 6 p. 8vo. © 
Mar. 20. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 
28648; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia.. 
1489 

Gigolo (The) wrestler; a play in 3 
acts, by E. P. Flynn. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1934 ; D 27472 ; Edward P. Flynn, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 1490 

Girl (A) named Mary; drama in 3 
acts, by M. M. Griffith. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1934; D 26956; Mary Matlock 
Griffith, New York. 1491 

God never said a word ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. B. Barnett. © 1 c. Mar. 
6, 1934; D 26974; Mary Bourn 
Barnett, St. Albans, L. I., N. Y. 

1492 

God's will and the law of man ; a play 
in 4 acts, by L. H. Avins. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1934 ; D 26990 ; Lea Herman 
Avins, New York. 1498 

Golden days ; a play of college youth 
in 3 acts, by E. H. Denison. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 27460 ; Emily Herey 
Denison, New Rochelle, N. Y. 1494 

Golden (The) silences; a play in 9 
scenes, by Jules Levine. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1934 ; D 27023 ; Jules Harold Le- 
vine, New York. 1495 

Golden wings, a legend of Lola Mon- 
tez; in 4 acts, by Frank Vreeland. 



© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1934; D 27174; 
Frank Thorpe Vreeland, Staten Is- 
land, N. Y. 1496 

Goldene (Die) harfe; schauspiel von 
Gerhart Hauptmann. Berlin [1933] 
3 p. 1., 9-110, [1] p. 8vo. © Oct. 
17, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934 ; D 27121 ; 
S. Fischer verlag a.-g., Berlin. 1497 

Good beating. See Four plays of St. 
Clare. 

Goofa Bongo; episode 1, by Harry A. 
Eamshaw. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934; 
D 27018; Earnshaw- Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 1498 

Grapevine in the big house. See Con- 
vict no. 13. 

Green (The) pack; a play in 3 acts, 
by Edgar Wallace. London, New 
York, 1933. 70, [1] p. diagrs. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 559] ) 
© Dec. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27337 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1499 

Hail to the Victor ; an Easter pageant- 
service for the church-school, the 
pageant, by Laurene Highfield, the 
music by [Clarence] Nevin, [Samuel 
W.] Beazley, [J. J.] Thomas, and 
[Geo. F.] Rosche. Chicago, 111., 
1934. 16 p. 8vo. © Jan. 5, 1934; 
2 c. Feb. 16; W 28635; Geo. F. 
Rosche & co., Chicago. 1500 

Half-wit (The) historian; a dramatic 
composition, by A. L. Ferguson. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1934 ; D 27398 ; A. Lee 
Ferguson, Bloomfield, N. J. 1501 

Hang-over ; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. 

Richards. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 

27357 ; Gordon Richards, New York. 

1502 

Happy families ; a comic opera in 3 
acts, the words by Rose Fyleman. 
London, Methuen & co. [1933] 92 p. 
16mo. Text. © Oct. 26, 1933 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 27003 ; Rose' Amy 
Fyleman, London. 1503 

Happy new year ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by O. Jeanbourquin. © 1 c. Mar. 
21, 1934; D 27198; Olga Jeanbour- 
quin, Roosevelt, L. I., N. Y. 1504 

Harem ; a play in 3 acts, by S. C. 
Urbina. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 
26947; Santos C. Urbina. Los 
Angeles. 1505 

Hat (A), a coat, a glove; a pla.\ in 4 
scenes, adaptation by L. Reed and 
M. Jean, based on the original Ger- 



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pt. i, v. 7 



Hat (A) — Continued. 

man of Wilhelm Speyer. © 1 c. 

Mar. 16, 1934; D 27462; Monique 

Jean and Luther Reed. New York. 

1506 

He laughs best ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. C. Darnton and R. Rendueles, 
adapted from the Spanish play : Na- 
poleoiicito, by Tomas Borras and 
Pedro E. Pico. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1934 ; 
D 270OS; Maida C. Darnton, New 
York, and Robert Rendueles, Brook- 
lyn. 1507 

Headed for Harlem ; a play, by R. N. 

Gregg. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1934; D 

26710 ; Richard N. Gregg, New York. 

1508 

Headliners for school assembly; five 
1-act plays, by Katharine Kester. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 
1934. 72 p. diagrs. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Suspended sentence. — Ceme- 
tery moon. — Oh, Nono. — Give me a 
ring. — Those immortal lovers. © 
Jan. 25, 1934; 2 c, Mar. 27; D 
27406 : Samuel French, New York. 
1509 

Heath German readings. Elemen- 
tary ; II. edited with notes and vo- 
cabulary, by Harold W. Soule. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc.. 1934J v. 276 p. 
12mo. Dramatic contents. — Einer 
muss heiraten, by Alexander Wil- 
helmi. © Jan. 24, 1934; 2 c. and 
aff. Ftb. 9; A 69358; D. C. Heath 
& co.. Boston. 1509* 

Henry goes modern ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by James Edward and T. J. 
Burke [i.e. J. E. Burke and T. J. 
Burke] © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 
27054: James E. Burke and Tliyra 
J. Burke, New York. . 1510 

Henry-etta ; an operetta, libretto by 
Ruth Davies Wilson, musical score 
by Stanley Arthur Day. Dances of 
the poppies designed by Olive Corn 
and Aimee Hepting. [Chicago, 
1934] 39 p. diagrs. 4to. © Mar. 
26. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 29: D 28649; 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. 

1511 

Her message; a play in 11 scenes, by 
R. B. Gerr. Improved version. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1934; D 26979; Rita 

B. Gerr, New York. 1512 

Hero (The) ; a comedy in 4 acts, by 

C. Hackmeyer. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934 ; 
D 26978; Charles Hackmeyer, New 
York. 1513 



High policy; or, The vulture, a play 
in 3 acts, by J. Pollock. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1934; D 27146; John Pol- 
lock, London. 1514 

His royal shyness the king; episodes 
1, 2, by Gene Byrnes. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1934; D 27435; Earnshaw- 
Young inc., Los Angeles. 1515 

His wife had a conscience; a 1-act 
play, by F. C. Knox. © 1 c. Mai-. 
12, 1934; D 27051; Florence Clay 
Knox, Waterloo, la. 1516 

Hitch your wagon ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Riana Blown [pseud, of M. B. 
Waters] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 
27103; Marianne Brown Waters, 
Wellesley, Mass. 1517 

Hitlerites and Chanukah lights; by 
Samuel Michael Segal. New York, 
1933. 2 p. 1., 12 p. 12mo. © Dec. 
1, 1933; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 27098 
Behrman's Jewish book house. New 
York. 1518 



Holy terror. See 
Clare. 



Four plays of St. 



Home (The) of the free; a comedy in 
1 act, by Elmer Rice. New York, 
Los Angeles. Samuel French, inc. 
[etc., etc.] 1934. 22 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 22. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 28; 1> 
27427; Elmer Rice. New York. 

1519 

Home-bound : a play in 3 acts, by R. 
J. Sullivan. © 1 c. Mar. 16. 1984; 
1> 27128; Robert J. Sullivan, Read- 
ing. Pa. 1520 

Homework; by a Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation, Angelo Patri 
[program] Feb. 4. 1934) © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1934: D 27211: Angelo 
Patri, New York. 1521 

House (The) of dark writing; a play 
in 6 scenes, by K. B. Miller. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1934; D 26955; Katherine 
Browning Miller. San Francisco. 

1522 

House (The) of mystery; an ad- 
venture in 1 act, by Oscar Turner. 
London, New York, 1933. 23. 11] p. 
diagr. 12uio. ([French's plays for 
hoys, no. 231) © Dec. 28, 1988 : 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1934: D 27343: Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1523 

How do you like this country - / play 
in 3 acts in Russian and English, by 
Nathalia Petrova [pseud, of] N. 
Scheffer. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1984; D 
27193; Nathalie Scheffer. Washing- 
ton. 1524 



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1546 



Human (The) seasons; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Malsch. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1934; D 27049; Edmund Malsch, 
New York. 1525 

Hvpotypose (Word picture) ; a play in 

1 act, by J. Atherton Harris. © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1934; D 27074; Jake Har- 
ris, Menlo Park, Calif. 1526 

I believe; a pageant of the passion, 
the resurrection and the ascension, 
by J. H. Kuhlman. Loudonville, O., 
1934. 22 p. 8vo. © Mar. 7, 1934; 

2 c. and aff. Mar. 12; AA 140536; 
J H. Kuhlman, Loudonville, O. 

1527 

I only have a minute! a comedy in 3 
acts, by Katherine Brocklebank [i.e. 
K. B. Peterson] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1934; D 27178; Katherine Brockle- 
bank Peterson, Carmel, Calif. 

1528 

Impossible (The) standard; by A. 
Patri. (The Cream of wheat cor- 
poration, Angelo Patri [program] 
Feb. 11, 1934) © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27212 ; Angelo Patri. New York. 

1529 

In an art gallery ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by F. Sladen-Smith. London, New 
York, 1933. 16 p. diagr, 12mo. 
( [French "s acting edition, no. 1923] ) 
© Dec. 19, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27344; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1530 

In heaven and earth. See All our 
yesterdays. 

In the morning of life ; a children's 
day pageant-service for the church 
school, the pageant by Laurene 
Highfleld, the music by [Samuel W.] 
Beazley, Thomas, [Clarence] Nevin, 
Martin, and [Geo. F.] Rosche. Chi- 
cago, 111., 1934. cover-title, 16 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
L> 2S634 ; Geo. F. Rosche & co., Chi- 
cago. 1531 

In the trail of Anza ; a play with pro- 
logue, by C. C. Ball, Pearl Goff, 
Alice Cordell and Edith Brandeis. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 26983 ; Edith 
Brandeis, Riverside, Calif. 1532 

In the vineyard ; a play in 4 acts, by 
W. Warner Lang. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1934; D 27157; William Warner 
Lang, Wellesley, Mass. 1533 

Influence ; a motion and sound drama 
written for the screen, by C. P. Ken- 
nedy. © 1 c . Mar. 23, 1934 ; D 
27352; Charles Perry Kennedy, 
Canisteo, N.Y. 1534 



Into life ; a religious play in 1 act, by 
Thomas P. Rolf. Milwaukee, Wis., 
1934. cover-title, 27 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 30; D 
27475 ; Catholic dramatic movement, 
Milwaukee. 1535 

Invitation to a murder; a play in 3 
acts, by R. King. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1934; D 27134; Rufus King, New 
York. 1536 

Irish stew ; a 1-act comedy, by D. 
Withington. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934 ; 
D 27075; Daphne Withington, Mil- 
ton, Mass. 1537 

Is nothing sacred? a success story in 
3 acts, by James R. Ullman and Ar- 
nold L. Scheuer, jr. Boston [1934] 
117 p. 12mo. (Baker's professional 
plays) © Feb. 15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
2; D 26907; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1538 

Its the gallows! a dramatic play in 

14 scenes, by W. Nathan. © 1 c. 

Mar. 31, 1934; D 27478; William 

Nathan, Jackson Heights, L.I., N.Y. 

1539 

Jan Yolkanik; by M. A. Musmanno. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 26972 ; M. A. 
Musmanno, Pittsburgh. 1540 

Jane Eyre; a screen play, by Rollo 
Lloyd. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1934; D 
27005 ; Pathe exchange, inc., New 
York. 1541 

Jittersville (The) journal; a dramatic 
composition, by A. L. Ferguson. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1934 ; D 27397 ; A. Lee 
Ferguson, Bloomfield, N.J. 1542 

Joel's boy. See Chant (A) of fate. 

John, the beloved disciple; an Easter 
drama, by Esther C. Averill. Bos- 
ton [1934] 20 p. 12mo. © Feb. 15, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; D 26906 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 1543 

Jubilee ; a play in 2 acts, by D. Ben- 
nett and I. White. Music arr. by 
Boyd Bennett. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1934 ; D 27439 ; Dorothy Bennett 
and Irving White, New York. 1544 

Judge (The) a 1-act play, by D. E. 
Fitzpatrick. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; 
D 26932 ; Daniel E. Fitzpatrick, Ja- 
maica, N.Y. 1545 

Junge (Der) baron Neuhaus; ein lust- 
spiel aus der zeit Maria Theresias in 
3 akten, von Stefan Kama re. Ber- 
lin [1933] 4 p. 1., 11-192, [1] p. 
Svo. © Nov. 16, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1934; D 2711S; S. Fischer verlag 
a.-g., Berlin. 1546 



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Junt'e (Der) David; 7 bilder von 
Richard Beer-Hofmann. Berlin, 
1933. 278 p. 8vo. Added t.p. : Die 
historie von konig David. Ein zyklus 
von Richard Beer-Hofmann. © Dec. 
5. 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934; D 27170 : 
S. Fischer verlag a.-g., Berlin. 

1547 

Kanonche (Dat) (Die kanon) ; riipel- 
komodie in 3 akten, von Richard 
Hottges. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; D 
27383; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 

1548 

Kanon (Die) See Kanonche (Dat) 
Karczma przy drodze, epizod 1-4, 

(Polish village tavern) ; sztuka 

radiowa z programow, przez W. 

Leskiewicz. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934; 

D 20989; Wladyslaw Leskiewicz. 

Detroit. 1549 

Kaukasische komodie ; oper in 1 akt, 
text nnd musik von Otto Wartisch. 
Berlin [1933] 28 p. lOmo. Text. 
© Nov. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934 ; 
D 26958 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Ber- 
lin. 1550 

■ Yollstandiger klavierauszug 

vom komponisten. Berlin, New 
York [1933] 104 p. fol. © Nov. 1, 
1933; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934; D 28030; 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 1551 

Keeping up with the times ; a farce in 
4 acts, by E. M. Stephens, verse by 
Peter John Stephens. © 1 c. Mar. 
S, 1934; D 27014; Evelyn M. 
Stephens, New York. 1552 

Kind comfort. See Four plays of St. 
Clare. 

Kind im schatten ; tragodie in 8 bil- 
dern von Leonhard Wegner. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1934 ; D 27190 ; Oesterheld 
and co., Berlin. 1553 

Kind im schatten. See also, Birds 
have nests. 

Knss (Ein) und sonst garnichts; 
musikalische komodie in 3 akten, 
von Emmerich Halasz. Verse (in 
prosa) nach den ungarischen lieder- 
texten, von Stephan Bekeffi, musik 
von Michael Eisemann. [Translated 
by J. F. Bard] Text. © 1 c. June 
15, 1933; D 27026; J. F. Bard, 
Vienna. 1554 

Laburnum Grove: an immoral comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. B. Priestley. Lon- 
don. William Heinemann ltd. [1934] 
4 p. 1., 107 p. 12mo. © Jan. 15, 
1934; 1 c. Mar. 15; D 27115; John 
Boynton Priestley, London. 1555 



Lady (The) said no; a 3-act comedy, 
by P. Burg. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; 
D 27396; Paul Burg, New York. 

1556 

Last (The) misfortune of Flora Cohen, 
a fugitive ; a play, by S. Sinl. © 

1 c. Jan. 24, 1934 ; D 26913 ; Salva- 
tore Sini, Brooklyn. 1557 

Laughologist (The) ; a 1-act play, by 
Hal Jennie I pseud, of H. E. John- 
ston] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; D 
27< >:J4 ; Harold E. Johnston, La 
Canada, Calif. 1558 

Legacy (The) ; a 1-act play, by A. 
Koelliker. Newark. N. J., Mayfair 
producing co., 1934. 2 p. 1., 36 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1934; 

2 c. Feb. 28 ; D 27094 ; Angela Koel- 
liker, New York. 1559 

Let freedom ring; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. H. Salter. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1934; D 26977; Helen Hartwell 
Salter, New York. 1560 

Let's be sensible ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by Chester B. Searle. © 1 c. Mar. 

13, 1934; D 27078; Chester Barker 
Searle, Pearl River, N. Y. 1561 

Let's play murder ; no idle jest in 3 

acts, by K. S. McKinley. © 1 c. 

Mar. 6, 1934; D 26981; Kent S. 

McKinley, Three Mile Bay, N. Y. 

1562 

Life (The) of Lord Byron. See Fig- 
ures of romance. 

Like the toad ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by B. Bartlett. © 1 c. Mar. 

14, 1934 ; D 27111 ; Beardsley Bart- 
lett, Peoria, 111. 1563 

Lines and spaces ; episodes nos. 4-9, by 
Clarence Cable. © 1 c. each Mar. 
20, 1934; D 27180-27185; Clarence 
Henry Cable, Norwalk, Conn. 

1564-1569 

Lion (The) and the mouse; by J. 
Rogers assisted by B. Halvorson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12. 1934 ; D 27076 ; Jack 
Rogers and Beebe Halvorson, San 
Francisco. 1570 

Little (The) Dutch tulip girl; a 1-act 
play based on the book The little 
Dutch tulip girl, by Madeline Bran- 
deis. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1934; D 
27107; Grosset & Duulap, inc.. New- 
York. 1571 

Little men ; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Ravold. from the book by Louisa M. 
Alcott. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc., etc.] 1934. 93 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 22, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 27; D 
27415 ; Samuel French, New York. 
1572 



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1591 



Little women; a play in 3 acts, by 
John D. Ravold, from the story by 
Louisa M. Alcott. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1934 ; D 27084 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1573 

Living (The) Christ; a sacred pageant 
for Easter, by Valeria R. Lehman, 
music by I. H. Meredith. New York, 
1934. 16 p. 8vo. © Jan. 18, 1934 ; 

2 c. Mar. 1 ; D 28629 ; Tullar-Mere- 
dith co., New York. 1574 

Livingstone in Africa ; episode 1, a 
radio continuity, by T. M. Jewell 
and A. P. Harrington. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1934; D 27156; Thomas M. 
Jewell and August P. Harrington, 
Chicago. 1575 

Long (The) gallery; a play in 1 act, 
by F. Sladen-Smith. London, New 
York, 1933. 16 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 2131] ) 
© Dec. 19, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27346 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1576 

Look who's here ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Charles George. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1934. 81 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 26, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
27; D 27421; Samuel French, New 
York. 1577 

Love (The) dream; comic opera, text 
and music by P. DeL. Gable. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1924; D 28644; Paul 
De Long Gable, Washington. 1578 

Love in the ape house; a comedy in 
1 act, by F. Sladen-Smith. London, 
New York, 1933. 18 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1895] ) 
© Dec. 19, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27345; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1579 

Love (The) shuffle ; a comedy drama 
in a prologue and 4 acts, by D. 
Floyd Cottingham [pseud, of D. F. 
Cunningham] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934; 
D 26973; Daniel F. Cunningham, 
New York. 1580 

Love without light. See Defiler (The) 

Loves in lavender ; a farce-comedy in 

3 acts, by Bdouard Peltret. San 
Francisco, Calif., 1934. 71 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 1, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 19; D 
27153 ; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 1581 

Madame Bonaparte; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Crownfield. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1934 ; D 27196 ; Gertrude Crownfield, 
New York. 1582 



Madame Sans-Gene ; comedie en 3 actes 
et un prologue, par Victorien Sardou 
et Emile Moreau, edited with intro- 
duction, notes, questionnaire and 
vocabulary by David C. Cabeen. 
New York [1934] xiii, 168, xliv p. 
16ino. © Feb. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Mar. 2; A 70440; Henry Holt & 
co., inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on introduction, notes, ques- 
tionnaire and vocabulary] 1582* 

Magic (The) Easter lily; by Marcella 
Rose Kelly. Boston, Mass. [1934] 
cover-title, 21 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Mar. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 27442 ; 
Drama guild publishers, Boston. 

1583 

Maid service; a play in 1 act, by Noel 
Walters [pseud, of Nell H. Beier- 
waltes] Boston [1934] 18 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 17; D 
27090 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
1584 

Maid to order; a Chinese play in 3 
acts, by A. S. Beistle. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1934; D 26926; Aldarilla S. 
Beistle, Cleveland Heights, O. 

1585 

Man (The) higher up; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. F. Melcher. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1934; D 27209; Marguerite Fellows 
Melcher, Montclair, N. J. 1586 

Man proposes; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by W. Chetham-Strode. 
London, New York, 1934. 77 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 632] ) © Mar. 3, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 26; D 27336; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 1587 

Man (The) who changed his name; a 
play in 3 acts, by Edgar Wallace. 
© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1933; D 27058; 
Sydney Emonds Linnitt, London and 
Edward Ashley Lomax, Jersey, 
Channel Islands, Great Britain. 

1588 

Man's (A) foes; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by M. Heathfield. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1934; D 27282; Mary 
Heathfield, New York. 1589 

Man's (A) game ; a 1-act play, by E. 

G. Opie. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934; D 

27374 ; Everett George Opie, Chicago. 

1590 

Margaret Fuller; or, The Roman 
moon, a play in 4 acts, by L. D. 
Gottschall. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934; 
D 26998 ; Lewis Douglas Gottschall, 
Philipsburg, Pa. 1591 



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Marian's house ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Laurette Taylor [i.e. L. T. Manners] 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1934; D 26914; 
Laurette Taylor Manners. New 
York. 1592 

Marriage is no joke; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by O. H. Mavor. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21. 1934; D 27041; Osborne 
Henry Mavor, Glasgow. 1593 

Marrying Phyllis ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Frank Stay ton. London, New York, 
1933. 100 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 561]) 
© Dec. 28, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1934; D 27342; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1594 

Masculine mothers ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Loving. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1934; D 27012; Boyee Loving, Rich- 
mond. 1595 

Matinee (The) hero; a play in 3 acts, 
by Leo Ditrichstein and A. B. 
Thomas. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 
27364 ; Josephine Ditrichstein, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 1596 

May (The) queen; a health play [by 
Virgil Sullivan and Claire Rutledge] 
Pittsburgh, Pa. [1934] cover-title, 
[4] p. 8vo. © Feb. 21. 1934; 2 c. 
Mar. 3 ; D 27361 ; Pittsburgh district 
dairy council, Pittsburgh. 1597 

Meet the villain ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Dorothy Dyer Akers. Washington, 
D.C., The Board of temperance, pro- 
hibition and public morals of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. [19341 
53 p. 16mo. • © Mar. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 5; D 26957 ; Dorothy Dyer 
Akers, Washington. 1598 

Melody moon; a musical romance, text 
and music by D. R. Piette and Ger- 
ald Strickland Thompson. Libretto 
and vocal score. © 1 e. Mar. 10. 
1934: D 28636; G. Strickland 
Thompson and Delbert R. Piette, 
Toronto, Canada. 1599 

Mel's exclusive retreat; a play in 3 
acts, by E. J. Basse. © 1 c. Mar. 
26. 1934; D 27375; Ella J. Basse, 
Long Beach, Calif. 1600 

Memorandum (The) bill; a comedy in 
3 acts, by P. Stein. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1934; D 27016; Paul Stein, New 
York. 1601 

Memory; a play in a prologue, .". arts 
and an epilogue, by M. C. Fagan. 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1934; D 27124; 
Myron C. Fagan, Pelham Manor. 
N.Y. 1602 



Menschenscbutzverein (Der) See Su- 
sanna. 

Merry-makers (The) : a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. E. Merrill. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 19:14 : D 27379; Clifton Everett 
Merrill. Bangor, Me. 1603 

Meteor. See Three plays. 

Midsummer: a play in 3 acts, by W. J. 
Perlman. © 1 c. Mar. 27. L934; 
D 27400: William J. Perlman, Los 
Angeles. 1604 

Miss Delmain's husband; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Y. Heberden. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19. 1934; D 2715s ; Mary Violet 
Heberden. New York. 1605 

Miss Lucretia; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
K. M. Roof. © 1 c. Mar. 1.1, 1934; 
D 27123: Katharine Metcalf Roof. 
New Yoik. 1606 

Miss Prosperity. See New-poor. 

Missing l The i Christians; a phopheti- 
cal drama-sermon in 5 so aes, bj 
Manford Evans. Portland, Or.. The 
Tabernacle publishing house [1934] 
20 ji. 12mo. © Mar. 12, 1934: 2 c. 
Mar. 23: D 27332: Manford C. 
Evans. Portland. Or. 1607 

Mr. Hainan objects; by Samuel Mich- 
ael Segal. New York. 1934. 20 p. 
12 mo. © Jan. 5. 1934; 2 c. Feb. 
16: D 27091: Behrman's Jewish 
book house. New York. 1608 

Mrs. Thrifty Buyer and her daughter 
Prudent Buyer: episode 157. by R. 
Lewis-Berentsen. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1934: D 27131: Ruth Lewis r.erent- 
sen. Rochester, N.Y. 1609 

Modern Goliath; or, Wang Ch'ung's 
knife: a play in 1 acts, by Evelyn 
Kimdsen. © 1 c. Mar. 20. 19:14: 
D 27177; Evelyn Christine Knudsen, 
Albert Lea. Minn. 1610 

Modest violets ; a comedy in 1 act. by 
William J. Cowry. Boscoinbe, 
Hants. England, Silvan studio 
[1934] 3 p. I.. [5]-21, |1] p. 16mo. 
© Mar. 23, 1934; 1 C. Mar. :;i : 1) 
27476: William Joshua Bowry, Cos- 
combe, Bournemouth, England. 

1611 

Molly O; a comedy in 3 acts of Irish 
peasant life, by S. O'Oonnell. © 

1 c. Mar. 1, 1934; D 26902; Seumas 
O'Connell. New York. 1612 

Monde (Le) casse; piece en 4 aetes 
[par| Gabriel Marcel. Paris [1933] 

2 P. 1., [7] -301 p.. 1 1. 12mo. (Les 



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1657 



lies) © Dec. 4, 1933; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1934 ; D 27331 ; Desclee, de Brouwer 
& cie, Paris. 1613 

Moonshine and honeysuckle ; a play in 
3 acts, by Lula Vollmar. New York. 
Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1934. 99 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. S, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 27; D 27416; Samuel French, 
New York. 1614 

Morning service; a drama in 6 scenes, 
with a prologue, 5 interludes and an 
epilogue, by F. G. Henson. © 1 c. 
Mar. S, 1934 ; D 27007 ; Fred Charles 
Henson, Cedar Rapids, la. 1615 

Miinchhausens letzte luge ; heitere 
oper in 1 vorspiel und 3 akten (5 
bildern) buch von Theo Halton 
[Musik von] Hansheinrich Drans- 
mann. Klavierauszug mit text 
vom komponisten. Wien, 1934. 2 
p. 1., 475 p. fol. © Feb. 14, 1934: 
1 c. Mar. 17; D 2S643 ; Universal 
edition a.-g., Vienna. 1616 

Mummy's (The) finger. See Skooby's 
adventures. 

Murder in the Willett family. See 
Willetts (The) 

Musik und liebe ; operette in 3 akten, 
von M. E. Fischer und Johannes 
Miiller. Musik von Johannes 
Miiller. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934 ; 
D 27172; Johannes Miiller- verlag, 
Berlin. 1617 

My name in lights ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by V. McCarty. © 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1934 ; D 27360 ; Virginia 
McCarty, New York. 1618 

My refuge; a tragedy in a prologue, 6 
scenes and an epilogue, by C. Westel. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; D 26924; 
Charles Westel, Philadelphia. 1619 

Myrt and Marge; a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail, episodes 
nos. 421-433. © 1 c. each Mar. 5, 
1934; D 26934-26946; Wm. Wrigley 
jr. co., Chicago. 1620-1632 

episode nos. 434-444. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 23, 1934 ; D 27286-27296 ; 
Wm. Wrigley jr. co., Chicago. 

1633-1643 

Mystic movies; a play in 5 acts, by 
I. Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1934; D 
27038; Ida Cross, Chicago. 1644 

Naked (The) death; a mystery melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by S. J. Park. © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1934 ; D 27021 ; Samuel 
J. Park & Roy Walling, New York. 
1645 



Napoleoncito. See He laughs best. 

Needle in the hay ! a comedy drama 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by L. 
Bowers. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934; D 
27089; Lucia Bowers and Edna 
Hussey, Brooklyn. 1646 

Neighbors. See New (A) day. 

Nelson (The) touch; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Neil Grant. London, New 
York, 1933. 64, [2] p. plate. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1738] ) 
© Nov. 23, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1934 ; 
D 27116; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1647 

New (A) day ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Hindus and W. Duranty. Rev. ver- 
sion of : Neighbors. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1934; D 26922; Maurice Hindus, 
New York and Walter Duranty, 
Moscow, U.S.S.R. 1648 

New — poor ; or, Miss Prosperity, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by H. Ford and 
H. Sprague. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934 ; D 
26993; Harriet Ford and Harriet 
Sprague, New York. 1649 

Ninth (The) hour; by R. B. Reed. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1934; D 27122; Ruth 
Bella Reed. N. Weymouth, Mass. 

1650 

No birds sing ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
V. Swayne. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934 ; D 
26923; Viola Swayne, Brooklyn. 

1651 

No greater love ; a play in a prologue, 
3 acts and an epilogue, by Glen 
Towns. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 
27351 ; Glen E. Towns, New York. 

1652 

No more ladies; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. E. Thomas. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1934; D 27200; Albert E. Thomas, 
New York. 1653 

Noblesse oblige; or, Service for two, 
a comedy in 3 acts, by L. Eyre. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1934; D 27437; 
Laurence Eyre, New York. 1654 

Nonnen (Die) von Tanno ; schauspiel 
in 3 akten (5 bildern) von Fritz 
Mack und Reinhold Balque. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1934 ; D 27126 ; Max Beck & 
co., Leipzig. 1655 

Nursery rhyme ; a play in 3 acts and 
a prologue, by D. Horwich. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1934; D 27022; David Hor- 
wich, Chicago. 1656 

Nurse's day out ; by C. O. S. Blodgett. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 27104; 
Cornelia Otis Skinner Blodgett, New 
York. 1657 



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Nuts to you: a musical play in a 
prologue and 2 acts, text by E. H. 
Jackson, music by H. Meyer. © l c. 
Mar. 23, 1034; D 28647; Edwin H. 
Jackson and Horace Meyer, New 
York. 1658 

Object : matrimony. See Death Valley 
days. 

(Edipe; scene lyrique d'apres Sophoele. 
Dijon. Imp. Mouehey freres, 1934. 2 
p. I., [7]-16 p. 12mo. © Jan. 15, 
1934 ; 1 c. Feb. 23 ; D 26961 ; Claude 
Orly, Paris. 1659 

Oh ! Immortal Greece ! a drama in 
5 acts, by John Spyridakis. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1934; D 27154; William D. 
Spanos, Lowell, Mass. 1660 

Old embers ; by C. O. S. Blodgett. © 
1 c. Mar. 12, 1934 ; D 27105 ; Cornelia 
Otis Skinner Blodgett, New York. 

1661 

Old (The) folks at home; a play in 
3 acts, by H. M. Harwood. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1934; D 27365; H. M. Har- 
wood, London. 1662 

Once a trouper, always a trouper ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. Temple. © 
1 c. Mar. 6. 1934; D 27047; Jean 
Temple, Hollywood, Calif. 1663 

One big happy family ; a comedy 
drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by 
Eleanor Beach [i. e., E. B. Nyvelt} 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934; D 27024; 
Eleanor Beach Nyvelt, Los Angeles. 
1664 

One crowded hour ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. Vaughey. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1934: D 26992; Joseph Vaughey. 
Denver. 1665 

One night stand ; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Be>t program, Feb. 24. 1934) © 1 c. 
Mar. 7. 1934; D 26995; McCann- 
Erickson, inc.. New York. 1666 

Dill's Best program. Mar. 3, 

9, 16, 1934) © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 
1934; D 27446-27448; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 

1667-1669 

Only the free ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. E. Fitzpatrick. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1934; D 26930: Daniel E. Fitzpat- 
rick, Jamaica, N. Y. 1670 

Our first suffragette ; a play in a pro- 
logue. 3 acts and an epilogue, by 
Mrs. George Leigh [i. e. E. C. 



Leigh] © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; D 



27353: Evelyn Carlton Leigh (Mrs. 
Geo. Leigh) Salt Lake City. 1671 

Our foolish forties; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. L. Brewster. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20. 1934; D 27376; Doris L. 
Brewster. Camden, .Me. 1672 

Our heart's desire: a play in prologue, 
3 acts and epilogue, by I. J. Cran- 
dall. © 1 c. Mar. 24. 1934: D 
273"»4; Irene Jean Crandall, Chi- 
cago. 1673 

Out of the depths : a drama of Negro 
life in 3 acts, by V. L. Jones. © 
1 c. Mar. 27. 1934; D 27393: Ven- 
zella Lucile Jones. New York. 1674 

Out of the Easter garden ; a child- 
ren's pageant for Easter, by Doro- 
thy Lehman Sumerau. music by 
Broughton Edwards [pseud, of I. H. 
Meredith 1 New York. 1934. 22 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 18, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 1; 
D 28628; Tullar-Meredith CO., New- 
York. 1675 

Over here; (the saga of the bonus 
expeditionary force) a play in 1 
act, by D. B. Robinson. © 1 c. Mar. 
22. 1934: D 27215: Donald B. Rob- 
inson, New York. 1676 

Owing the right people : a modern 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. Matthews. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934; D 27162; 
Laura Matthews. New York. 

1677 

Owl (The) and two young men; a 
1-act play for two boys, by E. P. 
Conkle. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc., etc.. 1934] 2 p. 1., 13 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Mar. 14. 1934: 2 c. Mar. 
27: D 27413: Samuel French. New 
York. 1678 

OxydoFs own Ma Perkins: continu- 
ity nos. 123-144, by Frank Dahm. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 7. 1934: D 26994; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1679 

Paddy O'Brien's wish: a photoplay in 
6 scenes, by Count L. Hamon. © 
1 c. Mar. 26. 1934: D 27387: Count 
Louis Hamon. Hollywood. Calif. 

1680 

Padre B. Catalan: additional mate- 
rial to play : Baltic maverick, by 
L. Desmonde. © 1 c. Feb. 12. 1934 : 
D 27039: Lillian Desmonde. Holly- 
wood. Calif. 1681 

Pageant (A) of the library; by J. W. 
Wickser. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1934: D 
27106: Josephine Wilhelm Wickser. 
Buffalo. N. Y. 1682 



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Paradise inside out ; a comedy in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by F. Germain. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; D 27149; 
Frederic Germain, East Orange, 
N. J. 1683 

Pastorale ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Marie Baumer. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1934; D 27009; Marie Elizabeth 
Baumer, New York. 1684 

Payment received ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Wm. S. Vawter. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1934; D 27163; William Snyder 
Vawter, New York. 1685 

Peace on earth ; an anti-war play in 
3 acts, by George Sklar and Albert 
Maltz. Foreword by Sherwood An- 
derson. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc., etc.] 1934. vi, [2] p., 1 1., 
3-120 p. front. 12mo. © Feb, 16, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; D 27420 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1686 

Perfect (The) assembly; (as published 
in Players' magazine) a 1-act farce, 
by George Savage. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 16 p. 12mo. 
(Eldridge popular one act plays) 
© Aug. 22, 1933 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1934 ; 
D 27454; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1687 

Persian (The) love call; a revue 
sketch, by A. Baxter. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1934; D 27108; Alan Baxter, 
New York. 1688 

Pet bachelor; a play in 4 acts, by J. 
L. Tuggle. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; 
D 27390 ; Julia L. Tuggle, San Fran- 
cisco. 1689 

Pike county landing; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by F. H. Brennan. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1934; D ! 26962; Frederick 
Hazlitt Brennan, St. Louis. 1690 

Piper (The) waits; a play in 3 acts, 
by Pauline Brooks [i. e. P. B. Craw- 
ford] © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; D 
27144; Pauline Brooks Crawford, 
New York. 1691 

Plaisirs d'amour ; piece en 3 actes, de 
Claude Dazil [pseud, of A. J. Fabre] 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934; D 27276; 
Aimee-Jeanne Fabre, Paris. 1692 

Playboy; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Philip Turner. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1934; D 27145; Arthur Ebenhack, 
New York. 1693 

Plummer of Idyho; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. O'Roddy. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1934; D 27372; Marin O'Roddv, 
Seattle. 1694 



Polish village tavern. See Karczma 
przy drodze. 

Poor butterfly ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Willson Whitman [i.e. W, W. Whit- 
man] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1934; D 
26918; Wanda Willson Whitman, 
Woodside, L.I.,- N.Y. 1695 

Pot luck. See Carry on. 

Press agent ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Larwood. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1934; D 27083; James Larwood, 
Elmhurst, L.I., N.Y. 1696 

Pretty (The) lady; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Davidson and E. Boyd, based 
on the story by Arnold Bennett. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; D 27401; 
Ernest Boyd and Madeline David- 
son, New York. 1697 

Pride and prejudice ; a comedy in 3 
acts, dramatization of Jane Aus- 
ten's novel, by H. Jerome. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1934; D 27349; Helen 
Jerome, New York. 1698 

Prince Charming; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, lyrics and music by F. H. 
Straight. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934; D 
28641; Frank Harvey Straight, 
Bristol, R.I. 1699 

Prodigal (The) ; a musical society 
drama in 5 acts and finale, by Wil- 
liam Thomas. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 
2. 1934; D 26917; Amy Thomas 
Clarke, Philadelphia. 1700 

Professional man ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. L. Schwartz. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1934 ; D 27395 ; Samuel L. 
Schwartz, Brooklyn. 1701 

Professor (The) ; a sketch, by J. 

Klaity. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 

27077; John Klaity, Hamilton, 

Canada. 1702 

Professor Whiffletree — hobbyist ; a 
dramatic sketch, by H. A. Ander- 
son. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934; D 
27155; Hugh Abercrombie Ander- 
son, New York. 1703 

Propinquity ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Manya Gordon. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1934; D 27179; Manya Gordon 
Strunsky, New York. 1704 

Prosperity for sale; a drama in 3 
acts, by A. H. Purser. © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1934: D 27394; Alfred H. 
Purser, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y. 1705 

Psiekorytko i Kasiunia. See Wesele 
Kogucika z panna Mary Jajko. 



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1706 



pt. i, v. 7 



Pursuit (The) of happiness; an 
American comedy, by Lawrence 
Langner and Armina Marshall 
Langner. New York, Los Angeles, 

i Samuel French [etc., etc.] 1934. 
xxxii, 191 p. front., plates, 12ino. 
© Feb. 17, 1934; ,2 c. Mar. 28; D 
27426 ; Lawrence Langner and 
Armina Marshall Langner, New 
York. 1706 

IlyTii >KH3Hn; nbeca b HeTbipex AeiicTBiax, 
■ K)pia HepHH. The roads of life, a 
play in 4 acts, by G. V. Cherny. 
Title transliterated ; Puti zhizni. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1934 ; D 27137 ; George 
V. Cherny, Chicago. 1707 

Rabbit drive ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. H. Cole. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; 
• D 27284; Ruth Haggin Cole, Doug- 
las. Ariz. 1708 

Radio (A) conspiracy; a scenario in 
. 13 episodes, by G. S. Rodd. © 1 c. 

Mar. 21, 1934; D 27464; George S. 

Rodd, Los Angeles. 1709 

Raspberry (The) bush; or, Cops and 
robbers, by R. Bufano. © 1 c Feb. 

i 9, 1934 ; D 26950 ; Remo Bufano, 
New York. 1710 

Red wildfire; a farce in 3 f.c£s, by 
H. Paynter. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934; 
D 26976; Henry Paynter, Mill- 
brook, N.Y. 1711 

Reincarnation ; a 1-act play, by M. M. 
Slappey. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 
27055; Mary McGowan Slappey, 
Takoma Park, Md. 1712 

Release ; a play in 3 acts, by lsa Vara 
[pseud, of I. Rosenfeld] Rev. ver- 
sion. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1934; D 

; 27071; Isabella Rosenfeld, Brook- 
lyn. 1713 

Released ; a play in 4 acts, by E. 
, lUirnham. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; 
D 27050: Editb Burnham, Boston. 
1714 

Rescue (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
' Saul Merk [pseud, of] M. E. John- 
. son. © 1 c. Mar. 1.1. 1934; D 
27133; Marie Engle Johnson, IIous- 
; ton. 1715 

Resurrection (The) : cantata with 
themes from Negro .; rituals fun 
tenor and soprano solo and mixed 
chorus, with piano accompaniment, 

, text and music by Jean Stor 
[pseud, of W. A. Morgan] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934; U 28638; W. Astor 
Morgan, New York. 1716 



Right (The) age to marry; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by II. F. Maltby. 
London, New York, 1933. 10.~> p. 
diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 2347] I © Dec. 8, 1983; 
1 c. Mar. 26. 1934; D 27341; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. ;717 

Road house; a play in 3 acts, by 
Walter Hackett. London, New 
York, 1934. 91 p. plates, diagr. 
Svo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1058]) © Jan. 3, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
26 ; D 27333 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1718 

Roads (The) of life. .See Puti 
zhizni. 

Roaring girl; a melodrama, by J. C. 

Molhtt. © 1 c. Mar. 23, B>:;4 : D 

27329; John C. Moffitt, Kansas 

City, Mo. 171!) 

Robins eggs ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Curtis. © 1 c. Mar. 16. 1934; D 
27129; Muriel Curds, Point Pleas- 
ant, N. J. 1720 

Roman (The; moon. See Margaret 
Fuller. 

Rome changes master; a play in 3 
acts, by A. De Rose. j c. -Mar. 

12, 1934; D 27085; Amedeo De Rose, 

Kenosha, Wis. 1721 

Rose in bloom; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. D. Ravold, from the book by 
Louisa M. Alcott. © 1 c. Mar. 26. 
1934; D 27463: John D. Ravold, 
New York. 1722 

Rosemary — for remembrance; a ro- 
mantic drama in 3 acts, by Priscilla 
Wayne] pseud, of Besse Toulouse 
Sprague] and Wayne Sprague. 
Minneapolis, Minn.. 1934. 96 p. 
diagr, 12mo. © Mar. 15, 1934: 2 c. 
Mar. 20: D 27151; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 172:; 

Bus's don't last: a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by R. Van Duzee. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1934: D 27452: Ruth Van 
Duzee, New York. 1724 

Round Island (The) affair: a comedy 
in 3 acts, by W. B. Hlntou. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16. 1934; 1) 27130; William 
Burton Hinton, Rutherford, X. J. 

1725 

Royal (The) road; a play in 4 acts, 
by D. R. Jones. © l c. Feb. 26. 
1934; I> 27210; Donald R. Jones, 
King City. Mo. 1726 



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no. 3, 1934 



1746 



Rugged (The) road; a play in 4 acts — 
a prologue and epilogue, by Priscilla 
Wayne [pseud, of Besse Toulouse 
Sprague] and Wayne Sprague. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 
1934. 81 p. diagrs. 12ruo. © Mar. 

• 22, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 27; D 27419; 
Samuel French, New York. 1727 

Runaway wives ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
F. Morton Howard. London, New 
York, 1933. 24 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 483]) 
© Dec. 1, 1933 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27339; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1728 

Sauce for the goose ; by K. G. Morton. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1934 ; D 26986 ; Kath- 
erine Garvey Morton. Cleveland. 

1729 

Savage lady ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 

Wakefield. © 1 c. Mar. 23. 1934; 

D 27402 ; Gilbert Wakefield, London. 

1730 

Scoop ! a drama in 3 acts, by Hillyer 
Riehe. Boston, Mass. [1934] 5 p. 
1., 13-76 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 
15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 29; D 27444; 
Drama guild publishers, Boston. 

1731 

Second episodes : a 1-act playlet, by 
Charles Lowe [pseud, of C. L. Til- 
kie] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1934 ; D 27044 ; 
Charles Lowe Tilkie, New York. 

1732 

Second (The) man. See Three plays. 

Secret (The) garden ; a play in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by O. Vaupel. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1934; D 27015; Ouise 
Vaupel, New York. 1733 

See you in Bermuda ; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. E. McClure. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1934; D 26987; Kathryn Ernestine 
McClure, Modesto, Calif. 1734 

Separate maintenance, a play in 3 
acts, by E. L. Masters. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1934; D 27150; Edgar Lee Mas- 
ters, New York. 1735 

Separatist (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
Mary P. Hamlin. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French, inc. [etc., 
etc.] 1934. 43 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Feb. 13, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 28; D 
27425; Mary P. Hamlin, Cauan- 
daigua, N. Y. 1736 

Sequel ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Living- 
ston [i. e. F. Livingston] © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1934 ; D 27433 ; Frank Liv- 

■ ingston, Brooklyn. 1737 



Serena Blandish. See Three plays. 

Serenade ; a play in 3 acts, by W. R. 
G. Duane. © 1 c. Mar. 30. 1934; 
D 27473; William R. Gait Duane, 
New York. 1738 

Service for two. See Noblesse oblige. 

Seven thirty ; a Maine murder mys- 
tery in 3 acts, by Charles Innis 
[pseud, of C. E. Russell and I. G. 
Osborn] © 1 c. Feb. 28/ 1934 ; D 
27465; Innis G. Osborn and C. E. 
Russell, East Orange, N. J. 1739 

Sex repeal ; a revue of the future in 

2 acts, by H. B. Smith. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1934 ; D 27114 ; Harry B. Smith, 
New York. 1740 

Shanghai (The) Sal; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by C. E. Blaney and C. S. 
Blaney. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1934; D 
27205; Chas. E. Blaney and Cecil 
Spooner Blaney, New Canaan, Conn. 
1741 

Shave an' haircut. See Death Valley 
days. 

She got away with it ; a gay comedy in 

3 acts, by Henry David Gray and 
Elene Wilbur [pseud, of Helen Han- 
nah Wilbur] Boston [1934] 159 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Baker's professional 
plays) © Feb. 15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
2; D 26903; Walter H. Baker co.. 
Boston. 1742 

Shining (The) hour; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. Winter. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934 ; 
D 26949; Keith Winter, London. 

1743 

Keith Winter. Garden City, 

N.Y.. 1934. 6 p. 1., 156 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 
27457; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 
Garden City, N.Y. 1744 

Ships afloat; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by E. R. Misner and Ethel T. 
Wolverton. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; 
D 26953; Ernest Raymond Misner, 
Omaha. 1745 

Shoestring; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Glasmon and S. Salkow. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1934; D 27207; Kubec Glasmon 
and Sidney Salkow, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1746 

Shooting (The) at Calico. See Death 
Valley days. 

Short comedies for small casts; [by 
various authors] Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1933. 67 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — G entlemen first [by] 
Richard D. Snelling. — A hot tip 



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1747 



pt. I, v. 7 



Short comedies — Continued. 

[by] Irene L. Carter. — Johnny 
makes a sale [by] C. H. Appe. — An 
office romance [by] Alton Hickok. — 
Pinch hitting for Cupid [by] R. C. 
Walsh. — Real service [by] Aubrey 
E. Mead. © Sept. 13, 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 27201; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O. 1747 

Silv v lace; a play in 3 acts, by Lala 
Davos [pseud, of G. Newell] © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1934; D 27101; Gertrude 
Newell, New York. 1748 

Silver (The) Queen. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Sing before seven ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Noel Taylor [pseud, of H. A. Taylor, 
jr.] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; D 26928; 
Harold Alexander Taylor, jr., New 
York. 1749 

Skippy ; a series of radio sketches, by 
Blackett-Sample-Hummert, inc. con- 
tinuity nos. 31-52. © 1 c. each Mar. 
22, 1934; D 27216-27237; Skippy, 
inc., McLean, Va. 1750-1771 

continuity nos. 53-120. © 

1 c. each Mar. 22, 1934; D 27238- 
27275, 27297-27326; Skippy, inc., 
McLean, Ya. 1772-1839 

Skooby's adventures ; 4th adventure. 
The mummy's finger, in 6 episodes, 
by B. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1934 ; 
D 27059; Beverly Brown, New 
Orleans, La. 1840 

Slumber-Moore hotel ; by W. E. Ban- 
ning. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934 ; D 27019 ; 
William Edward Banning. Los 
Angeles. 1841 

Small miracle ; by N. Krasna. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1934 ; 27371 ; Norman 
Krasna, Hollywood, Calif. 1842 

Society sideshow; original story and 
screen play, by I. D. Gordon and 
L. A. Burr, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1934; D 27392; Irving Donald 
Gordon and Lynn A. Burr, jr., Los 
Angeles. 1843 

Some days are like that ; by Marcella 
Rose Kelly. Boston, Mass [19341 
cover-title, 22 p. 12mo. © Mar. 15, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 27443 ; Drama 
guild publishers, Boston. 1844 

Some honeymoon ; a 3-act comedy 
drama, by H. E. Towne. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1934; D 27384; Helen 
Edith Towne, Bergenfield, N.J. 

1845 



Spade's (A) a spade. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Square peg; a play in 5 scenes, by H. 
Helvenston and W. Salt. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1934 ; D 27099 ; Harold Hel- 
venston, Stanford University, Calif., 
and William Salt, Menlo Park, 
Calif. 1846 

Squaring the circle ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. L. Moss. © 1 c. Mar. 17. 1934 ; 
D 27143; Frank Lloyd Moss, New- 
York. 1847 

Squire McDevilfish ; an operetta in 1 
act, by L. R. Cook. Rev. version of 
That girl Mercia. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1934; D 27458; Laurence 
Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 1848 

Steeple (The) ; melodrama in 3 acts, 
by M. Trouk. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1934 ; 
D 27466 ; Millette Trouk. Brooklyn. 

1849 

Step-husband; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frederic Day. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1934 ; 
D 27206; Frederic Lansing Day, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1850 

Stonewall (The) fence; a simple 
story of simple folks, by J. H. Gereb. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934; D 27165; 
Joseph H. Gereb, Fanwood, N.J. 

1851 

Stranglehold ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Channing Pollock. New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French, inc. [1934] 
92 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Jan. 31, 
1934; 2 c. Mar. 28; D 27428; Chan- 
ning Pollock, New York. 1852 

Students of the past; comedy in 3 
acts, by V. D. M. Di Renzo. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1934; D 27186; Vincent 
D. M. Di Renzo, Philadelphia. 1853 

Success; biography by Sally E. Flock. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1934 ; D 27017 ; Sally 
Flock, Cleveland. 1854 

Sunrise ; a 1-act play, by Louis Wilson. 

Boston [1934] 21 p. diagr. 12mo. 

© Feb. 23, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 

26904 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1855 

Susanna ; oder, Der menschenschutz- 
verein, komodie in 3 akten, von Rob- 
ert Walter. Leipzig [1933] 76 p. 
16mo. ( [Reclams universal biblio- 
thek, nr. 7221]) © Oct. 24, 1933; 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 27120; Philipp 
Reclam, jun., Leipzig. 1856 

Sweet mystery ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by C. L. Appleton. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1934; D 26999; Charles 
Leonard Appleton, New York. 1857 



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1878 



Swell (A) job; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. J. Warshawsky. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1934; D 273S9; Samuel Jesse War- 
shawsky, New York. 1858 

Swiss (The) family Robinson; or, Be- 
lieve it or not, a Christmas play in 
3 acts and 1 supplement, by E. 
Lewis. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; D 
27363; Ethelreda Lewis, Johannes- 
burg, S. A. 1859 

Szczury wedrowne; sztuka w 6 ob- 
razach, przez L. Szereszewski. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1934; D 26969; Leon 
Szereszewski, Warsaw, Poland. 

1860 

Table d'hotes and a la cartes ; a com- 
edy in 1 act, by John Kirkpatrick. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 

1933. 2 p. 1., 39 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Dec. 28, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1934 ; 
D 27403 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1861 

Tagewerk (Das) ; chorzyklus mit soli 
und orchester, von Arthur Piechler. 
Werk 43. Worte von Richard Bill- 
inger. Klavierauszug von Wilhelm 
Lutz. Berlin, Verlag Adolph Fiirst- 
ner, 1934. 88 p. fol. © Feb. 13, 
1934 ; 1 c. Mar. 5 ; D 28640 ; Arthur 
Piechler, Augsburg, Germany. 1862 

Take a chance; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Walter Hackett. London, New 
York, 1933. 93 p. diagrs. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1650] ) 
© Dec. 15, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
D 27334; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1863 

Take it easy; a comedy in 7 scenes, 
by C. Andrews. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1934; D 27082; Charlton Andrews, 
New York. 1864 

[a play in 2 acts, by R. R. Stew- 
art, W. T. Stewart and Wayne Al- 
len] Fairfield, la., New York, N. Y., 

1934. cover-title, 28 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Feb. 24, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 
26915; Universal producing co., 
Fairfield, la. 1865 

Take love for instance ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by W. E. Barry. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1934; D 27445; William E. 
Barry, New York. 1866 

Take off those whiskers! a farcical 
comedy in 3 acts, by Wall Spence. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 
1934. 109 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 
6, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 27; D 27417; 
Samuel French, New York. 1867 



Taps; a play in 3 acts, by W. R. G. 
Duane. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 
27474 ; William R. Gait Duane, New 
York. 1868 

Tarreyton tower; mystery play in 3 
acts, by J. P. Riewerts and O. C. 
Hedge. © 1 c. Mar. 5. 1934; D 
26951; J. P. Riewerts and Opal C. 
Hedge, Oakland, Calif. 1869 

Taxi at eight ; by Vincent McConnor 
[i. e. J. V. McConnor] and Arne 
Lundborg. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934; 
D 27139; John Vincent McConnor. 
New York. 1870 

That girl Mercia. See Squire McDevil- 
fish. 

That's the cheese ; a musical comedy, 
story and lyrics, by W. J. Woldman, 
musical compositions, by Jacob 
Prins. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1934; D 
28627; William J. Woldman. Bus- 
sum, The Netherlands. 1871 

Then everything went black ; a revue 
sketch, by C. H. Barclay. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1934; D 27355; Carleton 
Henry Barclay, New York. 1872 

There are women ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. W. Stuben. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1934; D 27127; Clara Wentworth 
Stuben, New York. 1873 

There is no Santy Claus ; a revue 
sketch, by C. H. Barclav. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1934; D 27081; Carleton 
Henry Barclay, New York. 1S74 

There's nothing like marriage ; a musi- 
cal comedy in 2 acts, by Beth Parker 
[i. e. E. E. Parker] Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1934 ; D 27368 ; Edna Eliza- 
beth Parker, New York. 1875 

These good women ; a play in 1 act, by 
Will Pickersgill. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1934 ; D 26975 ; William Pickersgill, 
Regina. Saskatchewan, Canada. ■ 

1876 

Third episodes ; a 1-act playlet, by 
Charles Lowe [pseud, of C. L. Til- 
kie] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1934 ; D 27045 ; 
Charles Lowe Tilkie, New York. 

1877 

Thomas Shelton's ghost ; ' a mystery 
play in 3 acts, by Julian Brocke. 
Boston, Mass. [1934] 5 p. 1., 13-64 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 15, 1934 : 
2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 27441 ; Drama guild 
publishers, Boston. 1878 

Thou fool ! a prize winning 1-act re- 
ligious drama, by Paul E. Heckel 
and Bradway Rogers. Franklin, O., 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1879 



pt. i. v. 7 



Thnu fool — Continued; 

Denver. Colo.. 1933. 7 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. s. 1933: 2 q. Feb. 16, 1934; D 
274.~>"i : Eldridge entertainment 

house, inc.. Franklin. O. 1879 

Three mime plays; by M. Phyllis New- 
man. N. Y. F. Richardson and Anne 
French. London. New York. 1934. 
29 p. diagt. Svo. ([ French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1794] ) Contents. — 
Clementine. — Pretty Polly Perkins 
of Paddington Green.— The statu;. 
© Mar. 5, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 26; D 
27340; Samuel French, ltd., London. 
1880 

Three plays ; hy S. N. Behrman. New 
York. Farrar & Rinehart, inc. 
[1934] 5 p. 1., 3-335 p. Svo. Con- 
tents. — Serena Blandish.— Meteor. — 
The second man. © Mar. 15, 1934 ; 
2 c. Mar. 17: D 27169; S. N. Behr- 
man, New York. 1881 

Three plays without words : by Elmer 
Rice. New York, Los Angeles, Sam- 
uel French, inc. [etc., etc.] 1934. 
19 p. 12mo. Contents. — Landscape 
with figures. — Rus in urbe. — Exte- 
rior. © Jan. 22. 1934 : 2 c. Mar. 28 : 
D 27423; Elmer Rice. New York. 

1882 

Three who came to call; a 1-act play. 
by L. E. Anderson. © 1 c. Mar. 3. 
1934; D 26929: Lou Eastwood An- 
ders- n, Asbury Park, N. J. 1883 

Th-ee women in love; or. Beauty for 
ashes, a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
with a prologue, by Elizaheth Mbnte- 
fiori, © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934; D 
27135: Elizabeth Eager M<>ntefiori. 
Cold Spring, N. Y. 1884 

Thy kingdom come : a semi-sacred 
pageant in 5 acts, by F. M. Stader. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934 ; D 26927 : Flor- 
ence M. Stader, Plymouth, Mich. 

1885 

Tiberius at Capri : ballet in 7 scenes. 
by V. Romeo. © 1 c. Feh. 2. 1934 ; 
D 26912; Vincent Romeo. Jackson 
Heights, N. Y. 1886 

Time of their lives: a play about 
Princeton, by Robert Nail [i. e. 
R. E. Nail, jr.] Princeton, 1933. 95, 

ri] p. 8vo. © May 1. 1933; 2 c. 
Feb. 10, 1934: D 269S5; Robert Ed- 
ward Nail. jr.. Albany, Tex. 1887 

Tinder (The) box; a play in 2 
scenes, by Katherine Williams. 
Adapted from the fairy tale, by 
Hans Christian Anderson [i.e. 
Hans Christian Andersen] New 



York. Los Angeles [etc.. etc.. 1D34] 
2 p. 1.. 28 p. 12mo. (The Junior 
league plays) © Jan. 24. 1084 ; 
2 e. Mar. 27: D 27405; Samuel 
French, New York. 1888 

Too many ladies: a comedy in .*: acts. 
by G. Gibbs. © 1 c. Mar. 8. 1034; 
D 27010; George Gibbs, Philadel- 
phia. 1889 

Tragique (La) a venture de la 
Meduse : drame en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux, par Jeanne Leroy-Denis 
[i.e. Jeanne Leroy-Denis Baudouin] 
© 1 c. Feb. 10. 1934; D 26814; 
Jeanne Baudouin. Vincennes 
l Seine i Fiance. 1S90 

Traum (Den auf der Okania! 6p- 

eretto in 4 akten, von G. Olmar. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. Hi. I'.i34 ; D 
27069: Gustav Olmar, Akron. O. 

1891 

Trollop (The) : a romantic comedy in 
4 acts about Elizabeth Bowen .lumel. 
by C. Baker. © 1 c. Mar. 10. 
1934; D 2702*; Colgate Baker, New 
York. 1892 

True (The) heart. See Fields be- 
yond. 

True stories of the sea: episode ]. by 
McCann-Erickson. inc. © 1 c. Jan. 
22. 1934; D 20911; California 
lacking Corp., San Francisco. 

1S93 

Turtle soup; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Wright Houghland [i.e. C. W. 
Houghland] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1934 : 
1) 27366; Clair Wright Houghland, 
University of Richmond, Ya. 1894 

Twelve (The) temptations; a talkie- 
scenario in 5 parts of black Friday 
(The gold-panic of L871 I based on 
the historical novelette, by C. F. 
Xirdlinger. © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1934; 
D 27068 : Charles Frederic Nird- 
linger, Atlantic City. 1895 

Two mothers. Zee Dla SZCzeScia 
dziecka. 

Unfinished symphony; by M. B. Sco- 
ville. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; D 
27027: Marion Bennett Scoville, 
Monrovia. Calif. 1896 

Up to Bayreuth; an historical 
drama in .'! acts, by Margrete and 
V rey Steari s. A revisb n of the 
play of the same name. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1934; D 27102: Margreto 
Stearns and Torrey Steams, New- 
York. 1897 



84 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1934 



1918 



Vaudeville what-nots : ho. 3, a collec- 
tion of up-to-date vaudeville black- 
outs, stunts, monologues, short acts 
and bits, by Leslie H. Carter. San 
Francisco. Calif., Cincinnati, O., 
1934. 96 p. 12rao. Contains mu- 
sic. © Jan. 15. 1934; 2 e. and aff. 
Jan. 29 ; A 69242 ; Banner play 
bureau, inc., San Francisco. 1898 

Venetian (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clifford Bax. London. Samuel 
French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1934. 90 p. 
diagrs. Svo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 2227]) © Feb. 26, 
1934; 1 c. Mar. 26; D 27335; Clif- 
ford Bax, London. 1899 

Venus wept; or, Woman's preroga- 
tive, a satirical dramatic fantasy 
in 3 acts, by W. H. Russell. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1934; D 27195; William 
Henry Russell, Baltimore. 1900 

Vierge (La) et le sagittaire; drame 
en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, par 
Jeanne Leroy-Denis [i.e. Jeanne 
Leroy-Denis Baudouin] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19. 1934; D 26S15 ; Jeanne 
Baudouin, Vincennes ( Seine ) 
France. 1901 

Vincent ventures of 1934 ; in 2 acts, 
text by Edith Parker, Peggy R. 
Batchelder, Anne D. Paulton and 
Elizabeth L. Ha r rower, music by 
Peggy R. Batchelder. Rosamond 
Lockwood, Anne D. Paulton, J. G. 
Taylor, jr., Peggy Stuart and G. B. 
Howe. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 
2S637; Peggy Read Batchelder. 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 1902 

Volti la lanterna ! scene della Roma 
sparita in 3 quadri e due inter- 
mezzi, azione coreografica, di Era- 
idio Mucci, musica di Ezio Cara- 
bella. Roma, 1934. 2 v. [Lib- 
retta] 12mo. [Vocal score] fol. 
© Jan. 22, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 2; D 
28645: Theo Muecy, Rome. 1903 

Vote (A) of confidence; by J. S. 
Rodell. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1934; D 
27125 ; John Simon Rodell, New 
York. 1904 

Voyage circulaire ; comedie en 3 actes 
et un epilogue, de J. Chabannes. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1934; D 26964; 
Jacques Chabannes, Paris. 1905 

Vulture (The) See High policy. 

Wang Ch'ung's knife. See Modern 
Goliath. 

Warner Lester the manhunter ; by F. 
PI. Striker. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934; 
D 27035; Francis H. Striker, Buf- 
falo. 1906 



Watchers' (The) play: a drama df 
Easter in 1 act, by Rudolph Henz, 
translated by Albert Paul Schim- 
berg. Milwaukee, Wis., 1933. 
cover-title, 3 p. 1., 28 p. 12mo. © 
Dec. 28, 1933; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1934; D 
27002 ; Catholic dramatic move- 
ment, Milwaukee. 1907 

Weaker vessels. See Four plavs of 
St. Clare. 

Wesele Kogucika z panna Mary 
Jajko ; albo, Psiekorytko i Kas- 
iunia, komedja w 3 aktach ze 
spiewami i tancami, napisal J. S. 
Zielinski. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1934; D 27377; Jacob S. Zielinski, 
Chicago. 1908 

What price revenue? true to life 1 act 
play, by Reed Fletcher. 1934. 7 
numb. 1. diagr. 4to. © Mar. 10, 
1934 : 2 c. Mar. 19 ; D 27160 ; Allied 
youth, inc., Detroit. 1909 

Wheatenaville ; scripts 66-80, a se- 
ries of radio sketches, by R. 
Knight. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1934 ; 
D 27065-27067 ; Wheatena Corp., 
Rahwav. N.J., and Raymond 
Knight, New York. 1910-1912 

Whispering wires; a play in 3 acts, 
by Kate L. McLaurin. Boston 
[1934] 128 p. diagr. 12mo. 
(Baker's professional plays) © 
Feb. 15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 2; D 
2&90S; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 1 913 

White (The) cobra; a mystery play 
in 7 scenes, by D. N. Rubin. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1934; D 26991; Daniel N. 
Rubin, San Francisco. 1914 

White Eagle of Clackamas; a dra- 
matic composition in 25 acts, by S. 
G. Boyd. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934; D 
27025; Stella Guarda Boyd, Pasa- 
dena. 1915 

White Wind ; a fantasy for children in 
3 acts, by D. L. Smith. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1934; D 27213; Dorothy 
Lois Smith, Pullman, Wash. 1916 

Who's who on Farewell Island ; a dra- 
matic composition, by A. L. Fergu- 
son. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934; D 
27399 ; A. Lee Ferguson, Bloomfield, 
N.J. 1917 

Why, foolish painter, a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Fearon and F. Marsteller. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1934; D 27112; Ray- 
mond Fearon, Philadelphia, and 
Franklin Marsteller, Norristown, 
Pa. 1918 



85 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1919 



pt. i, v. 7 



Why these two persons; a play in a 
prologue, 3 acts and epilogue, by 
Sophie Wachner and E. Miles Wach- 
ner. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1934; D 
27159; Edwin Miles Wachner, La 
Canada, Calif. 1919 

Wilhelm Tell; oper in 4 aufzugen (9 
bildern) von G. Rossini. Fur die 
deutsche opernbiihne vollig neu 
bearbeitet von Julius Kapp. Musi- 
kalische einrichtung von Robert 
Heger. Klavierauszug mit text. 
Wien, 1934. 2 p. 1., 263 p. 4to. 
© Feb. 7, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 17: D 
28642; Universal edition, a.-g., 
Vienna. 1920 

Wien, 1934. 46 p. 12mo. 

© Jan. 31, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 17; D 

27171 ; Universal edition a.-g.. 

Vienna. 1921 

Willetts (The) ; a melodrama in 2 
acts, by L. Osborn, based on a novel : 
Murder in the Willett family, by 
Rufus King. © 1 c. Mar. 16. 1934 ; 
D 27148 ; Lincoln Osborn. New York. 
1922 

Witch's (The) tale; episodes 121-127, 
130-139, a series of radio sketches, 
by A. D. Cole. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1934; D 27480; Alonzo Deen Cole, 
Pelham Manor, N.Y. 1923 

Within the hour ; a 1-act play, by A. 

Gers-tenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934 ; 

D 27142 ; Alice Gerstenberg. Chicago. 

1924 

Woman (The) who did; a play in 3 
acts, by E. H. Denison. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1934 ; D 27459 ; Emily Herey 
Denison. New Rochelle, N.Y. 1925 



Womanless (A) wedding; a comedy 
by C. Gillespie. © 1 c. Mar. 22. 
1934; D 27214; Corene Gillespie. 
Covington, Ky. 1926 

Woman's prerogative. See Venus 
wept. 

Wonder (The) painting; by W. van 
Richthoven. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1934 ; 
D 27030; Walter van Richthoven, 
Cleveland. 1927 

Word picture. See Hypotypose. 

Wrong (The) son ransomed; a play in 

3 acts, by Victoria and Charles Ed- 
ward Burroughs. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1934; D 27096; Victoria Burroughs. 
White Plains, N.Y. 1928 

Yankee Peggy; a comedy of civil war 
times in 1 act, by G. C. Paterson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 27046; 
George Churchill Paterson, San 
Francisco. 1929 

Yellow (The) dress; a negro play in 

4 acts, by M. Curtis. © 1 c. Mar. 
21, 1934: D 27194; Muriel Curtis. 
Point Pleasant. N.J. 1930 

Young heiress ; a new play in 3 acts. 
by Bruce Dunn; [i.e. W. B. Dunn] 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; D 27192: 
Walter Bruce Dunn, Miami Beach, 
Fla. 1931 

Young pioneers ; episode 26, by C. H. 

Kirk. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1934; D 

27063; Clara Hollis Kirk; Chicago. 

1932 

Zoo (The) of Wall street; a play in 
3 acts, by B. Berg. © 1 c. Mar. 19. 
1934; D 27161; Bernard Berg, Los 
Angeles. 1933 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934. 

Dramatic compositions (including 1271 unpublished) 1462 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 55 unpub- 
lished) 125 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 31 unpublished) 48 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 

unpublished 17 

Total 1652 



86 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [1933 



Ariane ; opera en 5 actes, poeme de 
Catulle Mendes, musique de J. Mas- 
senet. Livret. © Primitive Jeanne 
Mette Catulle Mendes, Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 29376, Jan. 
9, 1934. 1 

Bonne (La) hoteliere ; comedie en 1 
acte, par Yves Mirande [pseud, of 
Y. Le Querrec] et Henri Geroule 
[pseud, of H. Lerouge] © Yves Le 
Querrec et Hippolyte Lerouge, Paris, 
as the authors. R 29577, Feb. 8, 
1934. 2 

Francs-magons ; vaudeville en 3 actes, 
par C. Roland et G. Le Prince. © 
Claude Roland, Paris, as one of the 
authors. R 29581, Feb. 10, 1934. 3 

Mademoiselle Josette, ma femme ; 
comedie en 4 actes, par P. Gavault 
et Robert Charvay. © Paul Gavault 
et Elsie Peria, Paris, as one of the 
authors and as the executrix of the 
other author. R 29703, Feb. 17, 
1934. 4 

Meddler (The) ; a play, by Harold 
MacGrath. © Alma Kenyon Mac- 
Grath, Syracuse, N.Y., as the widow 
of the author. R 29190, Feb. 3, 
1934. 5- 

Nero ; drama, by Stephen Phillips. © 
May Phillips, Ashford, Middlesex, 
England, as the widow of the author. 
R 29791, Feb. 21, 1934. 6 



Peu (Un) de musique; piece en 1 acte, 
tiree de la nouvelle d'Eugene Four- 
rier, par G. Cronier. © Gaston 
Cronier, Lyons, France, as the au- 
thor. R 29582, Feb. 10, 1934. 7 

Red (The) mill; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by Henry 
Blossom, music by Victor Herbert. 
Libretto only. © Marjorie Blossom 
Wilson, New York, as the widow of 
the author of the words. R 29233, 
Jan. 29, 1934. 8 

Salome ; a drama in 1 act, after Oscar 
Wilde's poem, German tr. by Hed- 
wig Lachmann, music by Richard 
Strauss. English and German. Li- 
bretto only. © Fraulein Gudula and 
Brigitte Pesehkowski, Berlin, as the 
children of the deceased author of 
translation. R 29579, Feb. 14, 1934. 



Und Pippa tanzt; ein glashutten- 
marchen in 4 akten, von G. Haupt- 
mann. © Gerhart Hauptmann, 
Agnetendorf, Riesengebirge, Ger- 
many, as the author. R 29565, Jan. 
13, 1934. 10 

Vierge (La) d'Avila, Saint-Therese ; 
drame en 5 actes et un prologue, par 
Catulle Mendes. © Jeanne Catulle 
Mendes, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 29704, Feb. 17, 1934. 11 



87 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



All on deck; Ed. Paul, his orchestra 
and the three Singing sailors. Reel. 
© Mar. 29, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 29: de- 
scription Mar. 30; M 4664; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 1934 

Aniakchak ; narrated by Father Hub- 
bard. 4 reels. © Aug. 18, 1933; 
2 c. and description Mar. 6, 1934 ; 
M 4626; Fox film Corp., New York. 
1935 

As the earth turns ; by Gladys Hasty 
Carroll, screen play by Ernest Pas- 
cal, directed by Alfred E. Green. 8 
reels. © Mar. 7, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 8 ; L 4542 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

1936 

Autobuyography ; story by and di- 
rected by Al Boasberg. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 24, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 26; L 4571; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1937 

Aw nurse ; story by Sid Marcus, anima- 
tion by Art Davis. (A Charles 
Mintz, Scrappy production) Reel. 
i © Mar. 24, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 19; de- 
scription Mar. 27; M 4654; Screen 
gems, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1938 

Baby in the ice-box. See She made 
her bed. 

Big (The) meow; story by William 
Watson and Art Jarrett. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 9, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 15 ; L 4554 ; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 1939 

Borah Minnevitch and his harmonica 
rascals; no. 1567. directed by Roy 
Mack. Reel. © Mar. 2. 1934 : 2 c. 
and description Mar. 2; M 4619; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 1940 

Born April first; story by Albeit Aus- 
tin and James W. Home, directed 
by James W. Home. 2 re ■'-. 
Feb. 28, 1934; 2 <-. Feb. 24: descrip- 
tion Mar. 3 : L 4."25 : Universal pic- 
tures eorp.. New York. 1941 

Bottoms up; story and screen play by 
B. G. DeSylva, David Butler and 
Sid Silvers, directed by David But- 



ler. 10 reels. © Mar. 13, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 23; L 4569; 
Fox film Corp., New York. 1942 

Bridal bail ; story by Jean Yarbrough 
and Dick Smith, directed by George 
Stevens. 2 reels. © Feb. 9, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 5 : L 
4530; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New- 
York. 1943 

Cannibal (The) Isles; edited by Bert 
Frank. (E. M. Newman's, Musical 
world journeys) Reel. © Feb. 28. 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 1: 
M 4613; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 1944 

Caretaker's (The) daughter; directed 
by Lloyd French. (Hal Roach. All 
star comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 13. 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 27; 
L 4572 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.. 
New York. 1945 

Ceiling whacks ; story by Albert Aus- 
tin & James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Mar. 
12, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 14; description 
Mar. 16; L 4559; Universal pictures 
corp.. New York. 1946 

Cinder alley ; story by Harry Love, 
animation by Allen Rose and Pres- 
ton Blair. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © Mar. 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 : description Mar. 
20 ; M 4645 ; Screen gems, inc. Los 
Angeles. 1947 

Come on marines ; story by Philip 
Wylie, adaptation and screen play by 
Byron Morgan and Joel Sayre. di- 
rected by Henry Hathaway. 7 reels. 
© Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 22: de- 
scription Mar. 27: L 4.~>74 : Para- 
mount productions, inc.. Hollyw 1. 

Calif. 1948 

Constant (The) nymph; from the 
by Margaret Kennedy, dialogue 
by Margaret Kennedy and Basil 
Dean, screen play by Dorothy Far- 
nuin. directed by Basil Dean, 9 reels. 
© Mar. 23. 1934*: 2 c. and description 
Mai-. 2!i : L -U.7U : Fox film corp., New 
York. 1949 



MOTION" PICTURES 



no. 3, 1934 



1966 



Countess (The) of Monte Cristo; 
screen play by Karen DeWolf and 
Gene Lewis, dialogue by Gladys 
Unger, directed by Karl Freund. 8 
reels. © Mar. 15, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 16; L 4558; Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

1950 



Crashing doom. 



Pirate treasure. 



Dancing man; by Beulah Poynter, 
screen play and direction by Albert 
• Ray. 8 reels. © Feb. 23, 1934; 
2 c. Feb. 23; description Mar. 2; L 
4522; Pyramid productions, inc., 
New York. 1951 

Death takes a holiday ; from the play 
by Alberto Casella, screen play by 
Maxwell Anderson and Gladys Leh- 
man, directed by Mitchell Leisen. 9 
reels. © Mar. 29, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
29; description Mar. 30; L 4582; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1952 

Deuce (The) of hearts. See Take the 
stand. 

Easy Aces ; no. 1578, story by Goodman 
Ace and Glen Lambert, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Mar. 8, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 8; 
L 4543 ; Vitaphone Corp., New Nork. 
1953 

Eddie Duchin and orchestra ; no. 1558, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. ■ Reel. 
© Feb. 28. 1934 : 2 c. and description 
Mar. 5; M 4624; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1954 

Fatal (The) plunge. See Pirate treas- 
ure. 

Fight (The) for the treasure. See 
Pirate treasure. 

Fighting (The) ranger; screen play 
by Harry O. Hoyt, directed by 
George B. Seitz. 6 reels. © Mar. 
16, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 16; description 
Mar. 17 ; L 4561 ; Columbia pictures 
' corp., New York. 1955 

Flying bodies. (A Grantland Rice 
Sportlight) Reel. © Mar. 21, 1934 
2 c. Mar. 22 ; description Mar. 27 
M 4653 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1956 

Foiled again ; no. 1644-45, story by 
Jack Henley and Glen Lambert, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 20, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 20; L 4563; Vitaphone corp., 
New York 1957 



Four parts; directed by Charles Par- 
rott and Eddie Dunn. (Hal Roach, 
Charley Chase comedy) 2 reels. © 
Feb. 21, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 7; L 4537; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1958 

George White's scandals; story direc- 
tion by Thornton Freeland, musical 
numbers direction by Harry Lach- 
man, additional dialogue by Jack 
Yellen, entire production conceived, 
created & directed by George White. 
9 reels. © Mar. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 19 ; L 4562 ; Fox 
film corp., New York. 1959 

Girl trouble; no. 1605-06, story by 
Walter Weems and Jack Townley, 
directed by Eddie Cline. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 1, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 1 ; L 4521 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1960 

Going Spanish ; story by William Wat- 
son and Art Jarrett, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Mar. 2, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 2 ; L 4527 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 1961 

Gold (The) ghost; story by Ewart 
Adamson and Nick Barrows, adap- 
tion and continuity by Ernest 
Pagano and Charles Lamont, di- 
rected by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 15 ; L 4555 ; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 1962 

Goofy movies; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith. 1 reel each. © 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 1963, 1964 

No. 2. © Feb. 21, 1934; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 7; M 4630. 
No. 3. © Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 27; M 4655. 

Goofytone newsreel ; no. 6, directed by 
Don Malkames. Reel. © Mar. 6, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 7; 
M 4627 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 1965 

Ha ! ha ! ha ; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and Roland Crandall, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. (A Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel. © Feb. 28, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; description Mar. 
2 ; M 4614 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1966 

Harold Teen ; from the comic strip by 
Carl Ed, screen play by Paul Gerard 
Smith and Al Cohn, directed by 
Murray Roth. 8 reels. © Mar. 13, 



89 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1967 



pt. I, v. 7 



Harold Teen — Continued. 

1934 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 14 ; 
L 4551; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 1967 

Heart (The) of Paris; no. 1589, edited 
by Bert Frank. (E. M. Newman's 
Musical world journeys) Reel. © 
Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22; M 4646; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1968 

Heartburn; story by Albert Austin 
and James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Mar. 
26, 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
27; L 4577; Universal pictures 
Corp., New York. 1969 

Hi'-neigbbor ; directed by Gus Meins. 
(Hal Roach, Our gang comedy) 2 
reels. © Feb. 24, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 7; L 4536; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1970 



Hidden gold. 



Pirate treasure. 



Hitler's reign of terror; by Vincent 
Vallentini. © title, description and 
19 prints reed. Mar. 2, 1934 ; L 4523 ; 
Josmin prod., inc., New York. 1971 

Hollywood on parade. 1 reel each. © 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1972, 1973 
B 8. © Feb. 28, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; 

description Mar. 2; M 4615. 
B 9. © Mar. 29, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 

29; description Mar. 30; M 4663. 

Honor of the range ; original story and 
screen play by Nate Gatzert, directed 
by Alan James. 7 reels. © Mar. 
19, 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
20; L 4566; Universal pictures 
Corp., New York. 1974 

Hotel Anchovy; story by Art Jarrett 
and William Watson, produced by 
Al Christie. 2 reels. © Mar. 30, 
1034 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 31 ; 
L 4583 ; Educational productions, 
inc., New York. 1975 

How's crops; animation by Steve 
Muffati, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © Mar. 22, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 30; 
M 4661 ; Van Beuren Corp., New 
York. 1976 

I'll take vanilla; directed by Charles 
Parrott and Eddie Dunn. (Charley 
Chase comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 2, 
1934 ; 2! c. and description Mar. 15 ; 
L 4553 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 1977 



Isn't that awful; no. 1627, story by 
Goodman Ace, directed by Roy 
Mack. Reel. © Feb. 28, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 2; M 4620; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1978 

It had to be good to get where it is. 
2 reels. © Nov. 11, 1933; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 14, 1934; M 4636; 
Coca-cola co., Atlanta. 1979 

Italy, land of inspiration. (Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Mar. 
21, 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
27; M 4656; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 1980 

Italy, the new and the old ; no. 1597, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © 
Mar. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 2; M 4621; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1981 

Jailbirds of paradise ; written and di- 
rected by Al Boasberg. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 15, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22; L 4568; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1982 

Jerusalem, the Holy City ; edited by 
Bert Frank. (E. M. Newman's, 
Musical world journeys) Reel. © 
Mar. 15, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 16 ; M 4643 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1983 

Keep 'em rolling ; from the story Rod- 
ney by Leonard Nason, screen play 
by Albert Shelby LeVino, directed 
by George Archainbaud. 7 reels. 
© Mar. 10, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 12; L 4548; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1984 

Key (The) to bigger pound sales; by 
Russell W. Varney. © title, descrip- 
tion and 56 prints, reed. Mar. 15, 
1934; M 4642; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 1985 

Kings up. (A Walter Lantz-Bill 
Nolan cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 8, 
1934; 2 c. Mar. 9; description Mar. 
10; M 4632; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 1986 

Know know means yes yes; by Rus- 
sell W. Varney. © title, descrip- 
tion and 53 prints, reed. Mar. 15, 
1934; M 4641; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 1987 

Lazy river; from a play by Lea David 
Freeman, screen play by Lucien 
Hubbard, directed by George B. 
Seitz. 8 reels. © Mar. 7, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 12; L 
4549; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 1988 



90 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 3, 1934 



2007 



Let's be Ritzy; story by William An- 
thony McGuire, screen play by Harry 
Sauber and Earle Snell, directed 
by Edward Ludwig. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 20, 1984; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 21; L 4567; Universal pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 1989 

Let's use a helper. 3 reels. © Mar. 

10. 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 

29; M 4659; Coca-cola co., Atlanta. 

1990 

Long lost father; from the novel by 
G. B. Stern, screen play by Dwight 
Taylor, directed by Ernest B. 
Schoedsack. 7 reels. © Jan. 19, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 10; 
L 4545 RKO-radio pictures, incl, 
New York. 1991 

Love birds ; story by Clarence Marks 
and Dale Van Every, screen play 
by Doris Anderson, directed by 
William A. Seiter. 6 reels. © Mar. 
5, 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
6 ; L 4531 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 1992 

Love detectives ; screen play by Ed- 
ward Eliscu and Archie Gottler, di- 
rected by Archie Gottler. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 3, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 6; L 4532; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1993 

Love on a ladder; story by Carrol 
Graham and Arthur Ripley, directed 
by Sam White. 2 reels. © Mar. 
10. 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
12; L 4547; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc.. New York. 1994 

Mad (A) house; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Mar. 19, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 19; 
M 4644; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 1995 

Madeira ; text by Russell Spaulding, 
narrator Alois Havrilla. (Vagabond 
adventure series) Reel. © Mar. 
22, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
26 ; M 4650 ; Van Beuren Corp., New 
York. 1996 

Man (The) on the flying trapeze; ani- 
mated by Willard Bowsky and 
David Tendlar, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. (Pop-eye the sailor car- 
toon) Reel. © Mar. 29, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 29; description Mar. 30; M 
4665 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1997 

Man (The) trailer; screen play by 
and directed by Lambert Hillyer. 
6 reels. © Mar. 30, 1934: 2 c. and 



description Mar. 31 ; L 4584 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 1998 

Mediterranean blues. (Romantic 
journeys) Reel. © Feb. 23, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 2 ; M 4618 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 1999 

Murder in Trinidad; from the novel 
by John W. Vandercook, screen play 
by Seton I. Miller, directed by Louis 
King. 8 reels. © Mar. 27, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 27; L 
4578 ; Fox film corp., New York. 

2000 

Mutiny. See Pirate treasure. 

Mystery (The) of Mr. X; from the 
novel by Philip MacDonald, screen 
play by Howard Emmett Rogers, 
adaptation by Philip MacDonald, ad- 
ditional dialogue by Monckton Hoffe, 
directed by Edgar Selwyn. 9 reels. 
© Mar. 2, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 7; L 4538; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 2001 

No greater glory ; from Ferenc Mol- 
nar's book The Paul street boys, 
screen play by Jo Swerling, directed 
by Frank Borzage. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 3, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 5; descrip- 
tion Mar. 6 ; L 4533 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 2002 

No more bridge ; story by Joseph Sant- 
ley and Harry Clarke, adaptation 
by Dean Ward and Vernon Dent, 
directed by Arvid E. Gillstrom. 2 
reels. © Mar. 14, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
15 ; description Mar. 16 ; L 4556 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2003 

Not tonight, Josephine ; no. 1609-10, 
story by Barry Trivers and Ed 
Joseph, directed by Eddie Cline. 2 
reels. © Mar. 2, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 2; L 4528; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2004 

One is guilty ; story and screen play 
by Harold Shumate, directed by 
Lambert Hillyer. 7 reels. © Mar. 
3, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 5; description 
Mar. 6 ; L 4534 ; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 2005 

Over there; or, Thru hell and back 
again [with the Allies]. 8 reels. 
© Jan. 1, 1934: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 14; M 4635; Sidney B. 
Lust. Washington. 2006 

Owl (The) and the pussycat; by 
Frank Moser and Paul Terry. 2 
reels. © Mar. 2. 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 2; M 4623; Moser 
& Terry, inc., New York. 2007 



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Paramount pictorial 3 ; no. 9. Reel. 
© Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 22; 
description Mar. 27; M 4652; Para- 
mount productions, inc.. Hollywood, 
Calif. 2008 

Paramount sound news; no. 53-63. 1 
real each. © Feb. 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 
25, Mar. 1, 4, 8, 11, 1934; 2 c. each 
Mar. 30; M 4666^1676; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
2009-201!) 

Paul (The) street boys. See No 
greater glory. 

Pettin' in the park ; animation by 
Jack King and Bob Clampette, pro- 
duced by Leon Schlesinger. (Merrie 
melodies) Reel. © Mar. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 1 ; M 
4612; Warner bros. pictures., inc., 
New York. 2020 

Pirate treasure ; story by Ella O'Neill, 
screen play by George Plympton, 
Basil Dickey & Jack Nelson, directed 
by Ray Taylor. 2 reels each. © 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
2021-2025 

Chapter 7, Crashing doom. © Feb. 

28, 1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; description 

Mar. 3; L 4526. 
Chapter 8. Mutiny. © Mar. 2. 1934 ; 

2 c. Mar. 3 ; description Mar. 7 ; 

L 4541. 
Chapter 9, Hidden gold. © Mar. 9, 

1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; description 

Mar. 13 ; L 4550. 
Chapter 10, The Fight for the treas- 
ure. © Mar. 19, 1934; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 20; L 4565. 
Chapter 11, The Fatal plunge. © 

Mar. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 

Mar. 27 ; L 4576. 

Promenade deck. Sec 3 on a honey- 
moon. 

Prosperity nite; by Ray Coffin. Reel. 
© Mar. 2, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 17; de- 
scription Mar. 8; M 4651; Central 
states theatre corp., Dos Moines. 

2026 

Registered nurse ; based on the play by 
Florence Johns & Wilton Lackaye, 
jr., screen play by Lillie Hayward 
and Peter Milne, directed by Robert 
Florey. 7 reels. © Mar. 16, 1934; 
2 c. and description Mar. 16 ; L 4560 ; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 2027 

Robin Hood, jr. ; by U. B. Iwerks, 
animation by Grim Natwick. 



(Willie Whopper cartoon) Reel. © 

Mar. 6. 1934: 2 c. and description 
Mar. 15; M 4637; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 2028 

Rodney. See Keep 'em rolling. 

Say it with signs. 4 reels. © Feb. 14, 
1934 ; 2 c and description Mar. 29 ; 
M 4660; Coca -cola co., Atlanta. 

2029 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 8. Reel. © 
Mar. 7, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 9; descrip- 
tion Mar. 12: M 4634: Paramount 
pi-oductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
2030 

She made her bed ; from the story 
Baby in the ice-box by James M. 
Cain, adapted by Richard E. 
Schayer, screen play by Casey Rob- 
inson and Frank R. Adams, directed 
by Ralph Murphy. 8 reels. © Mar. 
7, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; description Mar. 
12 ; L 4546 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2031 

Show-off (The) ; from the play by 
George Kelly, screen play by Her- 
man J. Mankiewicz, directed by 
Charles F. Riesner. 8 reels. © Mar. 
2, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 7 ; 
L 4539 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2032 

Spanish-America ; edited by Bert 
Frank. (E. M. Newman's, Musical 
world journeys) Reel. © Mar. 2, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 2; 
M 4622; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2033 

Stable mates ; story by Arthur Ripley 
and Jack Cluett, screen play by 
Johnnie Grey, directed by Jules 
White. 2 reels. © Mar. 28. 1934; 
2 c. Mar. 28; description Mar. 30; 
L 4581 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 2034 

Stolen sweets; story and continuity by 
Karl Brown, directed by Richard 
Thorpe. 8 reels. © Mar. 27, 1934 ; 
2 c. Mar. 27: description Mar. 30; 
L 4580; Chesterfield motion pictures 
corp., New York. 2035 

Take the stand ; suggested by The 
Deuce of hearts by Earl Derr Rig- 
gers, story, continuity and dialogue 
by Albert DeMond, directed by Phil 
Rosen. 9 reels. © Mar. 26, 1934; 
- c. Mar. 26; description Mar. 27; L 
4575; Liberty pictures corp., New 
York. 2036 



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2060 



Thru hell and back again [with the 
Allies] See Over there; or, Thru 
hell and back again [with the Allies] 

Tom Thumb ; story by Harry Love, 
animation by Allen Rose and Pres- 
ton Blair. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © Feb. 26, 
1934; 2 c. Feb. 19; description Mar. 
6; M 4625; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2037 

Torch (A) tango; story by Joseph A. 
Fields, directed by Sam White. 2 
reels. © Feb. 23, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 7; L 4535; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

2038 

Trick gold ; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith. (MGM Oddity) Reel. 
© Mar. 5, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 15; M 4638; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 2039 

Tune (The) detective; no. 1595, di- 
rected by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Mar. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 1 ; M 4611 ; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. m 2040 

Tune up and sing ; animated by Myron 
Waldman and Thomas Johnson, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Mar. 7, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 9; descrip- 
tion Mar. 12; M 4633; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
2041 

Twin husbands ; story, continuity and 
dialogue by Robert Ellis and An- 
thony Coldewey, directed by Frank 
R. Strayer. 7 reels. © Mar. 6, 
1934; 2 c. Mar. 6: description Mar. 
7 ; L 4540 ; Invincible pictures Corp., 
New York. 2042 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 2043-2052 

No. 215, 216. © Jan. 16, 19, 1934; 
2 c. each Mar. 2; description each 
Mar. 1 ; M 4616, 4617. 

No. 217, 218. © Jan. 23, 26, 1934; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 7; 
M 4628, 4629. 

No. 219, 220. © Jan. 30. Feb. 2, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description each 
Mar. 15 ; M 4639, 4640. 

No. 221, 222. © Feb. 6, 9, 1934; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 21 : 
M 4647, 4648. 



No. 223, 224. © Feb. 13, 16, 1934; 
2 c. each Mar. 29; description 
each Mar. 28 ; M 4657, 4658. 

Up and down; story and adaptation 
by James Mulhauser and Scott E. 
Cleethorpe, directed by Del Lord. 2 
reels. © Feb. 28, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; 
description Mar. 2; L 4524; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2053 

Upperworld ; from the story by Ben 
Hecht, screen play by Ben Markson, 
directed by Roy Del Ruth. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 26; L 4570; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2054 

Vaudeville days; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Mar. 7, 
1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 9; 
L 4544; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2055 

Visoinatic hews release. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 14, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22; M 4649; Coca-cola Co., 
Atlanta. 2056 

Vital victuals ; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith, directed by Nick 
Grinde. (An M. G. M. Oddity) 
Reel. © Feb. 27, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 7 ; M 4631 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2057 

Voice in the night; story and screen 
play by Harold Shumate, directed 
by Charles C. Coleman. 6 reels. © 
Mar. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 27 ; L 4573 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. New York. 2058 

Wharf angel ; based upon the play by 
Frederick Schlick, screen play by 
Samuel Hoffenstein and Frank Par- 
tos, dialogue by Stephen Morehouse 
Avery, directed by William Came- 
ron Menzies and George Somnes. 7 
reels. © Mar. 14. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
15; description Mar. 16; L 4557; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2059 

When do we eat ; story and screen play 
by Thomas Dugan and Lou Holtz, 
directed by Alf. Goulding. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 18, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 19; de- 
scription Mar. 20 ; L 4564 ; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., New York. 2060 

Wolf! wolf! (A Walter Lantz, Os- 
wald cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 29, 
1934; 2 c. Mar. 29; desc.iption Mar. 



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Wolf! wolf !— Continued. 
30; M 4662; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2061 

Wrong (The) wrong trail; no. 1596, 
story by Eddie Moran, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Feb. 
28, 1934; 2 c. and description Mar. 
5; L 4529; Vitaphone corp.. New 
York. 2062 



3 on a honeymoon ; from the novel 
Promenade deck by Ishbel Ross, 
screen play by Edward T. Lowe and 
Raymond van Sickle, adaptation by 
Douglas Doty, directed by James 
Tinling. 7 reels. © Mar. 15, 1934 : 
2 c. and description Mar. 15 ; L 
4552 ; Fox film corp., New York. 

2063 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 214 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 197 

Total 411 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Absolutely free; an airy comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Backus and G. S. Er- 
skine. ©lc. Apr. 3, 1934 ; D 27494 ; 
Georgia Backus and Gladys Shaw 
Erskine, New York. 2064 

Addie's diary; by Clara Lewis See- 
man. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 1932; 
2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 
145385; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2065 

Adelaide missing; a 3-act farce, by 
M. L. Glucher. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1934; D 27679; Maurice Leon 
Glucher, Hicksville, N. Y. 2066 

Affair (The) at the opera house; a 
radio melo-drama in 2 acts, by G. 
A. Drovin. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1934; 
D 27695; George Albert Drovin, 
Philadelphia. 2067 

Ahasver ; eine filmdichtung, von M. R. 
Kaufmann. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 
27487 ; Max Rudolf Kaufmann, New 
York. 2068 

Ahasverus ; a play in 1 act, by Her- 
man Heijermans, translated from 
the Dutch by Caroline Heijermans- 
Houwink and Dr. J. J. Houwink. 
Boston [1934] 18 p. 12mo. © Mar. 
27, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; D 27516 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 2069 

Airplane; a radio script, by H. W. 

Danzig. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934; D 

27495 ; Helen W. Danzig, New York. 

2070 

Alexander the Great— the fabulous 
king; a consideration in 6 acts, by 
A. H. Bartlett. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1934 ; 
D 27525; Alice Hunt Bartlett, New 
York. 2071 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves. See 
Once upon a time. 

All the answers ; a 1-act comedy, by R. 
Quint. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934; D 
27647; Ruth Quint, New Haven. 

2072 

Alladin and his wonderful lamp. See 
Once upon a time. 



Alles fiir die katz ; volksstiick in einem 
vorspiel und 3 akten, von Peter W. 
Komme. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 
27564; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher biihnenschriftsteller und 
biihnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 2073 

Amazones (Les) ; piece en 7 tableaux, 
de H. Madany. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1934; D 27538; Hamza Madany, 
Gagnes-sur-mer ( Alpes-maritimes ) 
France. 2074 

America dances ; a play in 2 acts, by 
L. Langner. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1934; 
D 27883; Lawrence Langner, New 
York. 2075 

American plan ; a play of our time, by 
Mary C, St. John and Hallie Flan- 
agan. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1934. 
various pagings. 4to. (Vassar Ex- 
perimental theatre plays) © Apr. 6, 

■ 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; D 27611 ; Experi- 
mental theatre of Vassar college, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 2076 

Armut, reichtum, mensch und tier ; von 
Hans Henny Jahnn. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1934; D 27741; S. Fischer verlag, 
a.-g., Berlin. 2077 

As you are; a play in 3 acts, by F. 

Eskenazi. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1934; D 

27771 ; Florence Eskenazi, Brooklyn. 

2078 

Astrologer (The) ; a 1-act play, by E. 
Bloch. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1934; D 
27747; Elsie Bloch, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 2079 

At your service ; a comedy, by P. 
Coumis. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; D 
27657; Peter Coumis, New York. 

2080 

Avengers (The) ; pt. 1, a radio series 
in 4 scenes, by Michael Kelly. © 
1 e. Mar. 26, 1934; D 27762; Holly- 
wood radioscriptions, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2081 

Ballet (The) of the Purim goodies ; by 
E. Solis-Cohen, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1934; D 27582; Emily Solis-Cohen, 
jr., Philadelphia. 2082 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Bandit gentleman ; a play in 3 acts 
with songs, text and music by H. 
Zagranitchen. 

jawyj B'a nV'rwyaj; 1 ? -.jimVtijytm bhho 

.'WCTJX-UNT D»n pa ,]J?BpN 3 J'X 
© 1 c. Nov. 22, 1933 ; D 28664 ; Hy- 
nian Zagranitchen, Rouna, Poland. 
2083 

Bandwagon ; Socony-vacuum band- 
wagon, routine no. 1, featuring Wm. 
Gaxton and Victor Moore, by Thom- 
as H. McKnight. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1934; D 27922; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 2084 

Bashful (The) heirs; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. M. S. Brown. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1934; D 276S7; Lucy May Smith 
Brown, Salem, Or. 2085 

Battle (The) of Jersey; an historical 
play in 3 acts, by C. Donnell. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17. 1934; D 27518; Cusbing 
Donnell, Dublin, I. F. S. 2086 

Battle (A) of wits; a military play in 
4 acts, by Charles Washington 
Henry. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; D 
27703; Grace Henry Devoid, Bur- 
lington, Vt. 2087 

Bauer und .siedler; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Hermann Richter-Halle. 
© 1 c Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27572 ; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deu'tseher 
biihnenschriftsteller und biihnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

2088 

Be off my love : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. G. Tompkins and E. Mablov. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1934; D 37643; 

Frank G. Tompkins, Detroit and Ed- 
ward Mabley, Cleveland. 2US9 

Bedtime chatter; by D. E. L. Colby. 

© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1934 ; D 27937 ; Dora 

Eveline Louise Colby, Los Angeles. 

2090 

Beneath the veil: a play in 3 acts, bv 
F. A. Dubs. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1934; 
D 2767S; Florence Arnold Dubs, 
Huntington. W.Va. 2091 

Bird and Yash: by Raymond Van 
Sickle. The dude ranch. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1934; D 27844; Cleveland 
B. Chase co., New York. 2092 

Trip to Washington. © 1 c. 

Apr. 19. 1934'; D 27843'; Cleveland B. 
Chase CO., New York. 2093 

Blackmail"; a play in 3 acts, by 

Charles Bennett. London, Rich & 
Cowan ltd. [1934] 98 p.. 1 1. 12 mo. 



© Mar. 15, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 6; D 
27003; Charles Bennett, London. 

2094 

Blame the stars ; a play in 3 acts, by 
David Carey [pseud, of J. A. Egan] 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934; D 27850: John 
A. Egan. Holyoke, Mass. 2096 

Bloodstream: a play in 3 acts, by 
Frederick Schlick. Boston [1984] 
96 p. plate. 12mo. © Apr. 10, 
1934; 2 c. Ajr. 30; D 27:i:;5; Walter 
H. Baker to., Boston. 2096 

Blow East, blow West; a romantic 
comedy in 1 act, by Jane Elizabeth 
Hisjbee. Boston H934] 30 p. 12 
mo. © Apr. 23, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 : 
D 27928: Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 2<;'.!7 

Blue (The) moon; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. C. Pollock and A. Armstrong. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934; D 27f:<>2: 
Guy C. Pollock, Anne Armstrong, 
London and Gertrude Perry. New- 
port, Shropshire, England. 209S 

Boom-boom; a satire in two par's, by 
E. R. Carter. © 1 c. Apr, 5. V. 34 : 
D 27596; Eugene Ryland Garter, 
New York. 3099 

Borrowing: by A Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation. Angelo Patri 
[program] Apr. S. 1934) © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1934; D 277s;>; Angelo 
Patri. New York. 2100 

Boulevard stop; a comedy-revue in 

2 acts, by M. M. Ward. © 1 c. 

Apr. 2. 1934 ; D 27483 : Margaret 

Monroe Ward, San Marino, Calif. 

2PH 

Bread & rolls: a drama in 2 acts by 
Abe Jacobs [i.e. A. F. Jacobs] © 

1 c. Apr. 28, 1934; D 27925; Abra- 
ham F. Jacobs. Flushing, N.Y. 2102 

Breakfast lor Bonnie: by Clara Lewis 
Seeman. Sioux City. la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15. L932; 

2 c Apr. 7. 1!>3t; atf. Apr. «.l; AA 
145384; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2103 

Brer Wolf visits de little rabbits,; a 
tragi-comedy in 2 acts, adapted 
from folklore of the southern Negro, 
by W. Dallas. © 1 c. Apr. 6, L984; 
1» 27774; Weaver Dallas. Thomas- 
ton, Ga. 2101 

Bridal chorus; a dramatic composition 

in 3 acts, by R. P. Winter. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17. 1934: D 2775.: Roberta 
Powers Winter, Leland, Miss. 2105 



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Bride of the sun ; a play in 9 scenes 
and prologue, by E. West. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1934; D 27782; Evelyn 
West, Los Angeles. 2106 

Bride (The) of Torozko; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Otto Indig, English adap- 
tation by It. Langner. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1834; D 27882; Ruth Langner, 
New York. 2107 

Brothers-in-love ; by Leota Hulso 
Black. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 1932; 2 c. 
Apr. 7, 1-934 ; aff . Apr. 9 ; AA 145378 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2108 

Brothers in the West, See Trail un- 
ending. 

Biirgerliche (Die) gemeinschaftskul- 
tur der vierziger jahre ; 2 t. 
Drama. Herausgegeben von univ.- 
prof. dr. F. Briiggemann. Leipzig, 

1933. 313, [1] p. front, (port.) 
Svo. (Deutsche literatur sammlung 
literarischer , kunst-und kulturden- 
krualer in entwicklungsreiken, reihe 
aufkliirung 15 bande. Band 6) 
Dramatic contents. — Johann Elias 
Schlegel, Canut.-Luise Adelgunde 
Victorie Gottscbedin, Das Testa- 
ment. — Theodor Johann Quistorp, 
Der hypochondrist. — Christian Fiir- 
chtegott Gellert, Die zartlichen 
schwestern. © Oct. 7, 1933; 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1934; A— Foreign 23S50; 
Philipp Reclam jun., Leipzig. 2108* 

Buy American ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
M. P. Hubbell. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; 

■ D. 27485 ; Marjorie Phillips Hubbell, 
Cleveland. 2109 

By right of conquest ; a three reel 
western, by H. J. Binney. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1934; D 27842; Harold 
Joshua Binney, San Antonio. 2110 

By the river's brink ; a children's day 
pageant, by Verna Whinery, music 
by Forrest G. Walter. New York, 

1934. 16 p. Svo. © Mar. 26, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 6; D 28660; Tullar-Mere- 
dith co., New York. 2111 

By the waters of Minnetonka. See 
Many moons ago. 

Calling all cars ; episode 1. The Hugh 
Crowly murder case, by Wm. Rob- 
son. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934 ; D 27785 ; 
Don Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 2112 

Capilla (La) (The Chapel) ; a legend- 
ary romance of Spanish California 
in 1 act, by F. Fredrick. © 1 c. 



Apr. 27. 1934; D 27898; Frederica 
Fredrick, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2113 

Captives in the moon; a play in 2 
acts, by E. C. Sturm. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1934 ; D 27491 ; Evelyn Calver Sturm, 
Chicago. 2114 

Career ; a radio play in 3 acts, by 
Raymond Plamadore. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1934 : D 27666 ; Raymond Eugene 
Plamadore, Cedar Rapids, la. 2115 

Carolyn's mammy ! a southern drama 
in 3 acts, by I. H. Garson. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1934; D 276S4; Isaac H. 
Gavson, Los Angeles. 2116 

Celebrity house ; a play of 3 acts, by 
W. L. Gardner. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1934 ; D 27644 ; Willard Leon Gard- 
ner, Detroit. 2117 

Chapel (The) See Capilla (La) 

Child (The) of Nevis (Alexander 
Hamilton) ; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Van der Voort. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1934 ; D 27732 ; Carl Van der Voort, 
Pittsburgh. 2118 

Children's (The) hour; a children's 
day pageant, by Martha Bayly, inci- 
dental music by Arthur Grantley 
[pseud, of I. H. Meredith] New 
York. 1934. 15 p. 8vo. ©Mar. 
26, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 2S659 ; Tul- 
lar-Meredith co., New York. 2119 

a play in 3 acts, by L. H. Kober. 

© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1934 ; D 27921 ; Lil- 
lian Hellman Kober, New York. 2120 

Christmas destiny; a 1-act play, by 
Dorothy C. Allan. Boston [1934] 
21 p. 12mo. © Apr. 23, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 30 ; D 27931 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2121 

Cinderella ; a play in 3 acts, by B. 

Brown. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1934; D 

27866; Barnetta Brown, New York. 

2122 

See also, Once upon a time. 

Clap hands ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Stephanie Wolf [pseud, of G. Ga- 
biiel and M. R. Boehnel] © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1934 ; D 27805 ; Gilbert Ga- 
briel and Molly Ricardel Boehnel, 
New York. 2123 

Cobbler and the elves. See Once upon 
a time. 

Collier's (A) Friday night; a play in 
3 acts, by D. H. Lawrence. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 275S7 ; Frieda Law- 
rence, Executrix of the estate of 
David Herbert Lawrence, London. 
2124 



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Condemned ; a radio play, by Raymond 
Plamadore. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1934; 
D 27667: Raymond Eugene Plama- 
dore, Cedar Rapids, la. 2125 

Coon capers; by Helen J. Quacken- 
bush. Sioux City, la. [1932] 2 numb. 
1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1932; 2 c. Apr. 
7, 1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 145387; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2126 

Coriolan (La tragMie de) ; traduite 
librement de l'anglais de Shake- 
speare et adaptee a la scene fran- 
chise par Rene-Louis Piachaud. 
Paris [1934] 38 p. illus. 4to. (La 
Petite illustration, no. 661) © Feb. 
10. 1934; 1 c. Mar. 23; D 27531; 
Rene-Louis Piachaud, Geneva, Switz- 
erland. 2127 

Correspondence courtship ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by L. Irving Dunn. Bos- 
ton [1934] 72 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Mar. 6, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; D 27507 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2128 

Counterpoint ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
E. Goulding. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1934 ; 
D 278S0; Edmund Goulding, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2129 

Courtship. See Death Valley days. 

Crayon (La) rouge; by E. Lynch. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 27608; Evange- 
line Lynch, Chicago. 2130 

Crusaders (The) ; book and lyrics, by 
Donald Mackenzie [pseud, of D. M. 
Macnab] Text. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1934; D 27955; Donald Mackenzie 
Macnab, New York. 2131 

Cup (A) of kindness; a farce in 3 
acts, by Ben Travers. London, 1934. 
xiii, 112 p. 12 mo. © Apr. 9, 1934 : 
1 c. Apr. 16; D 27792; Benjamin 
Travers, Burnham, Somerset, Eng- 
land. 2132 

Damonen iiber uns! schauspiel in 4 
aufziigen, von Georg Schmiickle. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; D 27739 ; Biihnen- 
verlag Ahn & Simrock, g.m.b.h., Ber- 
lin. 2133 

Dancing princesses. See Invisible 
cloak. 

Dangerous Dan McGrew ; or, He done 
her wrong, a romantic historical 
melodrama in 3 acts, by E. M. 
Lynch. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1934; D 
27613; Edward Maynard Lynch. 
Portland, Or. 2134 

Danny the boy detective and his 
eveready detective club ; by E. Bar- 



nouw. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934 ; D 27504 ; 
Erik Barnouw, New York. 2135 

Daughter-in-law- (The) ; a play in 4 
acts, by D. H. Lawrence. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1934; D 27586; Frieda Law- 
rence, Executrix of the estate of 
David Herbert Lawrence, London. 

2136 

Dawn in heaven ; a play in 4 acts, 
by S. Jauvoish. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934; 
D 27488 ; Simon Jauvoish, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 2137 

Day of grace; or, Vibrating lives, a 
satirical comedy in 3 acts, bv J. 
W. Miller. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934: 1» 
27913; Joseph William Miller, 
Rochester, N.Y. 2138 

Day Will Shakspere went to Kenil- 
worth. See Will and Robin. 

Days o' Kerry dancing; an operetta 
in 2 acts, book by Theodosia Payn- 
ter, lyrics and music by Dennis 
O'Neill, edited by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer. Vocal score and libretto 
complete, with full directions for 
staging, costumes and dance steps. 
Chicago, 111. [1934] 64 p. 4to. 
© Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 7; D 
28657; Raymond A. Hoffman co., 
Chicago. 2139 

Death (The) burial and resurrection 
of Christ ; by Rev. F. M. Manshardt. 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1934 ; D 27527 ; Fred 
M. Manshardt, St. Joseph, Mo. 

2140 

Death (The) dealer; a mystery play 
in 3 acts, by H. K. Tootle. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1934 ; D 27906 ; Harry King 
Tootle, Bethany, Va. 2141 

Death (The) ray; by Vincent Mc- 
Connor [i. e. J. V. McConnor] © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1934: D 27642; John 
Vincent McConnor, New York. 

2142 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Apr. 5, 1934. With interest. © 1 
c. Apr. 5, 1934; D 27."4J ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2143 

Apr. 12, 1934. Quarantine. 

1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 27948; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2144 

Apr. 19, 1934. Courtship. © 

1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 27949; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2145 

■ Apr. 26, 1934. Hold up. © 

1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 27950; Pacific- 
coast borax co., New York. 2146 



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May 3, 1934. Home. © 1 c. 

Apr. 30, 1934 ; D 27931 ; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 2147 

Dedicating the Croutville gas station ; 
by Katbryn Wayne. Sioux City, la. 
[1932] 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 
1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; aff. Apr. 9 ; 
AA 145376; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 214S 

Deep south saga ; a dramatico-musical 
play in 3 acts with a prologue and 
an ' epilogue, by J. W. Bancroft. 
Text. 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934 ; D 27652 ; 
Josiah Walker Bancroft, Fairfield, 
Ala. 2149 

De la noche a la mafiana ; comedia 
en 3 actos, original de Eduardo 
Ugarte y Jose Lopez Rubio, edited 
with introduction and notes by 
Gretchen Todd Starch. New York 
[1934] xxi p., 1 1., 108 p. 12 mo. 
© Jan. 15, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 1; aff. 
Mar. 22; A 71061; W. W. Norton 
& co., inc., New York. 2149* 

Derfflinger ; ein deutsches singspiel in 
3 aufziigen, von Carl Bretsclmeider 
und Hermann Frey. Musik von 
Walter Koilo. Berlin [1934] 39 p. 
12 mo. Text. © Mar. 1, 1934; 1 
c. Apr. 5 ; D 27733 ; Edition To-Ma, 
Berlin. 2150 

Der Heffy; sketches 1-3, a radio pre- 
sentation, by R. J. Sullivan, © 1 
e. Apr. 27, 1934; D 27893; Robert 
J. Sullivan, Reading, Pa. 2151 

Devil (The) a monk would be; by 
A. Kowel. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 
27584; Abraham Kowel, Philadel- 
phia. 215J 

Did I say — no? a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Miele. Boston [1934] 
127 p. diagrs. 12mo. (Baker's pro- 
fessional plays.) © Mar. 13, 1934; 
2 c. Apr. 4; D 27508; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 215,:. 

Distance (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Sabatino Lopez, translated and 
adapted into English by N. C. Sang- 
iuliano. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1934; D 
27749 ; Norma Constance Sangiuli- 
ano, Syracuse, N. Y. 2154 

Diversion ; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Van Druten. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. ; New York, Samuel 
French, inc. [1933] 71 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 2017] ) 
© Nov. 29, 1933 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1934 ; 
D 27117 ; John Van Druten, London. 
2155 



Don't tell mother ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frances Ogilvie. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1934. 64 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
4, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 24; D 27888; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

2156 

Down Foxtail trail ; comedy vaudeville 
sketch, by A. W. Cole. © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1934; D 27835; Anna Willmuth 
Cole, Los Angeles. 2157 

Dramas in twenty volumes; v. XVII- 
XX, by Lincoln Hulley. DeLand, 
Fla., 1934. 4 v. 12mo. Contents.-v. 
XVII. SI. Gretna Green. 82. Sport 
of the gods. 83. Mary Magdalene. 
84. Ferguson's fear. 85. Ghost pa- 
rade.-v. XVIII. 86. Potter's wheel. 

87. Adam and Eve, incorporated. 

88. Drum major. S9. Garibaldi's 
namesake. 90'. The monomaniac.-v. 
XIX. 91. Don Ce-Zar of Passagrille. 
92. Splendor of God. 93. Obadiah : 
sky-pilot. 94. Glenwood tragedy. 
95. Apollo and the muses (Think- 
ers). -v. XX. 96. Coral Gables. 
97. Boca Raton's mystery. 98. Lotus- 
eaters. 99. Pan and the nymphs. 
100. Chester mill folks. © Apr. 10, 
1934; 2 c. each Apr. 13; affs. Apr. 
12; A 71241-71244; Lincoln Hulley, 
DeLand, Fla. 2157* 

Drunken (The) barber of Hacken- 
sack ; a sad episode in play form, by 
E. Moffett. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1934; 
D 27822 ; Elene Moffett, El Paso. 

2158 

Dude (The) ranch. See Bird and 
Vash. 

Duke (The) ; a dramatic play in 1 act, 
by E. W. Becan. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1934; D 27816; E. William Becan, 
Newport News, Va. 2159 

Eagle (The) and the cat; a play in 
4 scenes, by E. Solis-Cohen, jr. © 
1 c. Mar. 12, 1934; D 27638; Emily 
Solis-Cohen, jr., Philadelphia. 2160 

Easy pickins ; a musical take-off with 
a happy landing, in 2 acts, book by 
Robert F. Brown, music by Joseph F. 
Follmann, jr., lyrics by S. Bickley 
Reichner. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1934; D 27523; Mask and wig club 
of the University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia. 2161 

Ecole (L') des philosophes ; comedie 
en 1 acte, par S. Guitry. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 27745 ; Sacha Guitry, 
Paris. 2162 



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Edelweiss ; operette in 3 akten, von Al- 
fred Frank. Musik nach der oper- 
ette Das verwiinscheue schloss, von 
Carl Millocker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
7, 1934; D 27742; Edition Neruda. 
Berlin. 2163 

Ego ; a drama in 3 acts by J. E. Burke 
and T. J. Burke. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1934; D 27884; James Edward 
Burke and Thyra Jule Burke, New 
York. 2164 

Elbow acquaintance ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. S. Schutt. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1934 ; D 27900 ; Aage Sophus Scbutt, 
New York. 2165 

En chemin de fer ; piece en 1 acte, par 
Henriette Cbarasson [i. e. H. C. 
Joliannet] (In La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 652) © Dec. 9, 1933; 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1934; D 27753; Henriette 
Charasson Johannet, Paris. 2166 

Engel ; schauspiel in 3 akten, von 
Melchior Lengyel [i. e. Menyhert 
Lengyel] Tr. by Siegfried Geyer. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934; D 27802; 
Georg Marton, Vienna. 2167 

Eskimo (An) love story; by Dave 
Elman. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1934; D 
27908; Blackman co., New York. 

2168 

Evangel (The) of the new world; 
oratorio for soli, chorus, organ and 
orchestra, written for the celebra- 
tion of the 150th anniversary of 
the Methodist church, outline by 
Forrest J. Prettyman, words from 
the Bible, the hymnal, and by Ethel 
Arnold Tilden, music by Van Den- 
man Thompson. Philadelphia, 1934. 
147 p. 4to. © Mar. 27, 1934; 2 c. 
Mar. 29 ; D 28656 ; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 2169 

Expectations ; a comedy of indecent 
manners in 1 act, by M. H. Gery. © 
1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 27954; Mat- 
than H. Gery, Reading, Pa. 2170 

Faithful (The) wife; a 1-act play, by 
Jean Newton [pseud, of H. N. Stich] 
adapted from a short story by Mor- 
ley Callaghan. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1934 ; 
D 27581 ; Hermine Neustadtl Stich, 
New York. 2171 

Fate (The) of the nine Irish rebels; 
by Dave Elman. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1934; D 27625; Blackman co., New 
York. 2172 

Fear; a play in 9 scenes, by Alexan- 
der Afinogenov, tr. by L. Dennen. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1934 ; D 27868 ; Leon 
Dennen. New York. 2173 



Fear of things; by A. Patri. (The 
Cream of wheat program, Angelo 
Patri, March, 25, 1934) © 1 c. Apr. 
7, 1934; D 27618; Angelo Patri, New- 
York. 2174 

Female of the species;: a drama in 3 
acts, by A. L. Golden. © 1 c. Apr. 
11, 1934 ; D 27651 ; Alfred L. Golden, 
Pittsburgh. 2175 

Fight (The) for Barbara; a play in 4 
acts, by David Herbert Lawrence. 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 27588 ; Frieda 
Lawrence, Executrix of the estate of 
David Herbert Lawrence, London. 

2176 

First episode ; a play in 3 acts, by T. 
Rattigan and P. Heimann. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1934 ; D 27661 ; Terence Rat- 
tigan and Philip Heimann, London. 
2177 

First nighter; a series of radio plays. 
One man menagerie, by Agnes I, 
Ridgeway. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; 
D 27918; Campana sales co., Bata- 
via, 111. 217S 

Sacred cow, by Agnes I. 

Ridgeway. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1934; 
D 27917; Campana sales co., Bata- 
via, 111. 2179 

Five characters in search of a change; 
a fantastic comedy in 1 act, by 
Hugli Beresford and Charles Seale.. 
London, Rich & Cowan, ltd. [1934] 
31. [1] p. 12mo. © Jan. 11, 1934; 
1 c. Apr. 6; D 27S90; Hugh Beres- 
ford and Charles Seale, London. 

2180 

Flammen iiber Troja ; trauerspiel in 
5 aufziigen, von Hans Glauning. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 27559; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller und biihnen- 
komponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2181 

Flucht vor Europa; eine ernsthafte 
komodie in 3 akten. von Karl Her- 
mann Bohmer. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1934; D 27560; Vertriebsstelle und 
verlag deutscher biihnenschriftstel- 
ler und biihnenkomponisten, g.m.b.h., 
Berlin. 2182 

Flutes (The) of jade happiness; a 
light opera in 3 acts, book and lyrics 
by Laura Sweenev Moore, music by 
M. C. Moore. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934; 
D 28654; Mary Carr Moore, Los 
Angeles. 2183 

Footprints of the mighty. See Foot- 
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Footsteps of the mighty; or, Foot- 
prints of the mighty, episode 1, by 
Clyde North. ©1 c. Apr. 4, 1934; 
D 27522; Ralph Rossiter, inc., New 
York. 2181 

For ever and ever amen ! a play in 

3 acts, by G. C. Pollock and G. 
Perry. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1934; D 
27663; Guy C. Pollock, London and 
Gertrude Perry, Newport, Shrop- 
shire, England. 2185 

For justice's sake ; a play in 4 acts, 
by G. Work. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934 ; 
D 27784; George Work, San Fran- 
cisco. 2186 

For Pete's sake ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Jay Tobias. Chicago [1934] 134 p, 
12mo. © Apr. 13, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
16; D 27702; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 2187 

Forego me not; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. W. Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934; 
D 27591 ; Archibald William Smith, 
Beverly, Mass. 2188 

Forgotten (The) man. See One hun- 
dred million dollars. 

Four shipwrecked women ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Lowell Barrington. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1934 ; D 27573 ; Lowell 
Bernard Barrington, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 2189 

Fourth generation; a mystery play in 

4 acts, by H. S. Hincks. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1934; D 27851; Harvey 
Scott Hincks, Memphis, Tenn. 2190 

Frau (Die) die nicht liigt; lustspiel 
in 3 akten, von Julius Horst. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 27555; Drei 
masken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 2191 

Freddie's installment plan; by Clara 
Lewis Seeman. Sioux City, la. 
[19321 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 
15, 1932 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; aff. Apr. 
9; AA 145383; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 2192 

Freischaar (Die) (1806-1813) ; laien- 
spiel von Juliane-Charlotte Tau- 
bald. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27561 ; 
Vertriebsstelle unci verlag deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller und biihnen- 
komponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2193 

Freshman (The) from North Dakota; 
a comedy in 2 acts, by Allen Russel 
[pseud, of W. R. Scargle] © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1934; D 27773; William 
Russell Scargle, Evanston, 111. 2194 

Frischer wind aus Kanada ; heitere 
begebenheiten in vier tagen. Ein 
schwank von Hans Miiller, textlich 



und szenisch eingerichtet von Al- 
bertus Kinkel. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934;' 
D. 27743 ; Drei masken verlag a.-g., 
Berlin. 2195 

From hell to heaven ; a play in 2 acts, 

by B. Bellairs. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934 ; 

D 27768; Betty Bellairs, New York. 

2196 

From the bar of justice to the gates 
of paradise ; a religious pageant 
drama, by A. Blount. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1934; D 27698; Archie Blount, 
Washington. 2197 

Gajo; an operetta in 1 act, words by 
R. G. Vanderlip, music by R. F. 
Vanderlip. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1934 ; D 
28666; Robert Griswold Vanderlip 
and Ruth Farmer Vanderlip, Wash- 
ington. 219a 

Genius im labyrinth ; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Herbert Roden. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1934; D 27558; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller und buhnenkomponis- 
ten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2199 

Gentlewoman ; a play in 4 acts, by 
J. H. Lawson. Rev. version. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27492 ; John How- 
ard Lawson, Moriches, L.I., N.Y. 

2200 

God's country ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. C. Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934; 
D 27547; Frederick C. Davis, New 
York. 2201 

Golden (The) lady; a play in 1 ^ct, by 
Lea Freeman. [Hollywood, Calif., 
Green jade book shop, 1934] 16 p. 
12 mo. © Apr. 19, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
23; D 27839; Lea David Freeman, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2202 

Golden (The) rule; a comedy-drama 

in 3 acts, by K. M. Goodnature. {c> 

1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; D 27597; Kathe- 

rine M. Goodnature, Brainerd, Minn. 

2203 

Golden (The) thread; a religious alle- 
gorical play in 1 act, by George 
Calver. [London] The Greater 
world [1934] 22 p. illus. 12 mo. 
© Feb. 22, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 7; D 
27956; George Frederick Calver, 
Twickenham, England. 2204 

Golden (The) years; a farce-comedy 
in 3 acts, by E. Caulfield. © 1 c. 
Apr. ' 23, 1934 ; D 27827 ; Edward 
Caulfield, Hawthorne, Calif. 2205 

Good morning ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by J. C. G.'bbs. © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1934; D 27772; John Chace 
Gibbs, Providence, R.I. 2206 



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Goodman & son ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by E. L. Landman. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1934: D 27524; Elizabeth L. 
Langman, Philadelphia. 22' i, 

Great adventures of Dr. D-X : epi- 
sodes 1-3. by G. M. McGleary. © 
1 e. Mar. 22, 1934 ; D 27693 ; Gwen- 
dolyn M. McCleary, Des Moines. 

2208 

Great ape mystery; a mystery drama 
in 1 acts, by G. A. Purvis, (r) 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1934; D 2770G : George Al- 
bert Purvis, Memphis, Tenn. 2209 

Great (The) doctor; by Dave Elman. 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1934; D 27626; 
Blackmail co., New York. 22J0 

Great (The) judgment day; a Biblical 
pageant, by H. E. Norwood. © 1 c. 
Apr. 23, 1934; D 27836; Hattie 
Ezell Norwood, Los Angeles. 2211 

Grinning skull; a 3-act melodrama, 
with a prologue, by C. Donnell. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1934 ; D 27519 ; Gushing 
Donnell, Dublin, I.F.S. 2212 

Grime (Die) schlange; schauspiel in 
5 akten, von Adolf C. Schmidt-Brake 
und Hellmuth Unger. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27563; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher buhnenschrifk 
steller und biihnenkomponisten, sr.m. 
b.h., Berlin. 2213 

Guilibles' travels; or. Minnie and Os- 
car go to Europe, chapter 1, a series 
of radio programs, by I. B. Boyd. 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1934 ; D 27621 ; Ivan 
Bloom Boyd, Des Moines. 2214 

Hades! The ladies! (The Hasty pud- 
ding club of Harvard university an- 
nounces as its eighty-eighth annual 
spring production the extrava- 
ganza) ; lyrics by Francis Daniels 
Moore, Edward Esty Stowell, James 
Parton, Arthur Morse Jones; music 
by Edward E. Stowell, F^mcis I). 
Moore, George R. Shaw, 2d. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. n>'->34] xv, 31 p. illus. 
4to. © Mar. 28, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 3; 
D 28662; Hasty pudding club. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 2_'15 

Half-wit (The) historian; by A. L 
Ferguson, [episode 11 The professor 
on China. © 1 c. Apr. 17. 1934; D 
27751 ; A Lee Ferguson, Bloomlield. 
N.J. 2216 

episode 2, The professo,- on 

Egypt. © 1 e. Apr. 17. 1934; D 
27752; A Lee Ferguson, Bloomfield. 
N.J. 2217 



Halfwav; a play in 3 acts, by Ross 
Callawav [i.e. H. R. Callaway] <£) 

1 c. Apr. 12. 1934: D 27670; H. Ross 
Callaway. New York. 22 is 

Hammelsprung (Der) : eine parla- 
mentarische komodie in 3 akten, von 
Leopold Nagel. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1934: D 27553; Drei masken verlag, 

a.-g., Berlin. 221!) 

Handle with care : a farce in 3 acts, by 
Wall Spence. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1934. 80 p. 12 mo. © Apr. 5. I'.CU: 

2 c. Apr. 20; D 277H3; Nortliw*. tern 
press, Minneapolis. 2220 

Hansel and Grethel. See Once upon 
a time. 

Happy (The) mountain: an. American 
folk play in 3 acts, dramatized from 
the novel by Maristan Chapman, by 
L. Walinsky. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1934; 
D 27821; Louis Walinsky. Nqw 
York. 2221 

Haunting cello voice ; by M. H. Loeb. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1934 ; D 27653 : 
Madeleine H. Loeb, New York. 

2222 

He done her wrong. See Dangerous 
Dan McGrew. 

Hecticquette — as she is did ; or. The 
musical bouquet, by I. Coryell. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1934: D 27689 : Irving 
Coryell, New York. 2222, 

Heimliche brautfabrt. See Marlenes 
brautfahrt. 

Held for ransom ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by H. B. Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 12. 
1*134; D 27680; Harry B. Smith. 
New York. 2224 

Her emergency family: a farce-com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Mary Wilcox. Chi- 
cago [1934] 85 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
13, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; D 27701 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 2225 

Her perfect gentleman : a revue sketch, 
by C. H. Barclay. © 1 c. Apr. 21. 
1934: D 27815: Carleton Henry 
Barclay, New York. 2226 

Heretic (The) ; a play in 1 act. by Ben 
B. Rosenberg. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1934 ; 
D 27914; Alliance players, Balti- 
more. 2227 

Heure (L') ; piece en 1 acte en prose 
[par] Claude Orly [pseud, of M. Du- 
rand] Dijon, Imp. Mouchey freres, 
1934. 2 p. 1.. r 7]-30 P. l-'mo. © 
Jan. 30, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 23; D 27530; 
Marguerite Durand, Dijon, France. 
2228 



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His own enemy; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Levinsohn. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934 ; 
D 27852; Hannah Levinsohn, New 
York. 2229 

Hoehzeitsreise (Die) See Roosje— 
unci das gliick der kinder. 

Hold up. See Death Valley days. 

Home. See Death Valley days. 

Home fires ; a play in 4 acts and an 
epilogue, by E. F. Kelley. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1934; D 27605; Bstella 
Frances Kelley, Los Angeles. 2230 

Homme (L') ; piece en 3 actes, de D. 
Amiel. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 
27537; Denys Amiel, Paris. 2231 

Honest (An) boy; by Dave Elman. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1934 ; D 27627 ; Black- 
man co., New York. 2232 

House (A) divided; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by F. Fredrick. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1934; D 27759; Frederica 
Fredrick, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2233 

House (The) of life; a play in 3 acts, 
by Rosalind Ivan [pseud, of R. John- 
son] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934 ; D 27650 ; 
Rosalind Johnson, New York. 2234 

House (The) of Satan; a play in 3 
acts, by J. F. Mauro. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1934; D 27660; John F. Mauro, 
Brooklyn. 2235 

Hugh Crowly murder case. See Call- 
ing all cars. 

Husbands three; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Elizabeth Hanchett Brace. Bos- 
ton [1934] 121 p, diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 23, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; D 27930 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2236 

If this be forgetting ; a 1 act play, by 
W. H. Wakefield. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1934; D 27942; Willa Holt Wake- 
field, Hollywood, Calif. 2237 

In new Kentucky; a play in 7 scenes, 
by Samuel Ornitz. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1934 ; D 27764 ; Sadie Lesser Ornitz, 
Los Angeles. 2238 

In the good old nick of time ; an im- 
promptu pantomimic stunt in rhyme, 
by Albert M. Brown. Boston [1934] 
18 p. 12mo. © Mar. 22, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 4 ; D 27514 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2239 

In the old country; a play in 4 acts, 
by A. Borodulin. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1934 ; D 27646 ; Alexander Borodulin, 
Brooklyn. 2240 



Incompatability ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Lowe [pseud, of C. V. Brownlow] 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934 ; D 27814 ; 
Charles Victor Brownlow, Philadel- 
phia. 2241 

Indiana. See Touring America by 
plane. 

inquisitive (The) order of penguins; 
broadcast no. 5. Story of Marie 
Dressier, by Ethel Zaring Brown 
[i. e. E. E. Murphy] © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1934 ; D 27694 ; Ethel E. Murphy, 
Evanston, 111. 2242 

Introducing Sammy Townsend. See 
Radio station WSTRS. 

Invisible (The) cloak; a 3-act comedy 
farce, based on The dancing prin- 
cesses, a Grimm's fairy tale, by Mu- 
riel Oberg. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1934; 
D 27682; Muriel Anna Oberg, St. 
Joseph, Mich. 2243 

Is this goodbye? a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Dale. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934; D 
27776; James Dale, London. 2244 

It did the trick ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
E. St. Clair. [pseud, of E. S. 
Smith] © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1934; D 
27828; Everett St. Clair Smith, 
Miami, Fla. 2245 

It must be news ! a musical play in 2 
acts, text and music by F. Schoenfeld 
and R. DeLue. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1934 ; 
D 28652; Felicia Schoenfeld and 
Ruth DeLue, San Francisco. 2246 

Itching youth; by A. Patri. (The 
Cream of wheat program, Angelo 
Patri, Apr. 1, 1934) © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1934; D 27788; Angelo Patri, New 
York. 2247 

Jack and the beanstalk. See Once 
upon a time. 

Jack builds a bungalow ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chicago 
[1934] 169 p. 12mo. © Apr. 24, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 26; D 27874; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 2248 

Jesus lives; a play in 5 acts, by G. 
Hinshaw. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1934; 
D 27712; Gertrude Hinshaw, India- 
napolis. 2249 

Jew (A) was born; a play in 4 parts, 

by M. Boros. © 1 c. Apr. IS, 1934 ; 

D 27770; Morris Boros, New York. 

2250 

Joan of Arc ; by Don Clark. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 27656 ; Cleveland B. 
Chase co., New York. 2251 



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Joanne Taylor ; Mar. 24, 1924, by Caro- 
line Crockett Ellis. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1934; D 27598; Midland broadcast- 
ing co., Kansas City, Mo. 2252 

Judas of Ischariotb ; Biblical drama 
in 4 acts, by Jakob Haasted-Kurtz. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1934; D 27691; 
Gerda Kurtz, St. Louis. 2253 

Junior fireman club ; continuities 
11-200, a series of radio sketches, by 
Haydn R. Evans and Robert Chamb- 
ers Brilmayer. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; 
D 27820 ; Haydn R. Evans, inc., Cin- 
cinnati. 2254 

Kentucky. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Kettle-lid ; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Murphy. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 
27938 ; Kathleen Murphy, Ida Grove, 
la. 2255 

King and the commoner. See Many 
moons ago. 

King cotton ; a play in 3 acts, by L. J. 
Sharp. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934; D 
27791 ; Laura Jack Sharp, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 2256 

Kitty (A) goes adopting; by Leota 
Hulse Black. Sioux City, la. 
[1932] 2 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 
15, 1932 : 2 c. Apr. 7. 1934 ; aff. Apr. 
!i : AA 14H372 ; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 2257 

Knock on wood; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Rivkin. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1934; 
D 27612; Allen Rivkin, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 2258 

Konigliche (Der) fiihrer; schauspiel, 
von Walter Lange. © 1 c. Apr. 7. 
1934; D 27902; Neue biihnenverlag 
im Verlag fur kulturpolitik, G. m. 
b. H., Berlin. 2259 

Konflikt ; schauspiel in 7 bildei'n, von 
Max Alsberg. Berlin, 1933. 143 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 18, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27528; Deutsehes ver- 
lagshaus Bong & co., Berlin. 2'JG'J 

Kuckuckseier ; theaterstiick in 5 akten, 
von Wolfgang Goetz. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1934; D 27903; Neue biihnenverlag 
im Verlag fur kulturpolitik, G. m. 
b. H., Berlin. 2261 

Lady (The) from the sea; a play in 
5 acts, by Henrik Ibsen. Acting ver- 
sion by J. Houseman and N. Zatkin. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1934 : D 27943 ; John 
Houseman and Nathan Zatkin, New 
York. 2262 



Land (The) of shelter; by Souia Rav- 
enish. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1934; D 
27872; Sophie Tonick, New York. 

2263 

Langemarck; der opfergang der deutp- 
schen jugend schauspiel in 6 bildern, 
von Edgar Kahn und Max MonatO. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 27567; 
Yertriebstelle und verlag deutseher 
biihnenschriftsteller und biihnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

2264 

Leave it to Leander ; a farce in 3 
acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chicago 
[1934] 18S p. 12mo. © Apr. 24, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 26; D 27873; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 2265 

Lenin; an historical drama, by Theo- 
dore Friend [pseud, of T. Feinn] © 
1 c. Apr. 25. 1934: D 27S'i9: Theo- 
dore Feinn. New York. 2LV,r, 

Let's linger again; a drama in 4 acts 
by C. A. Stowell. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 
1934; D 27S57: Charles A. Stowell, 
Philadelphia. 2267 

Letzte (Das) jahr; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Hanns Gobsch. Wien 
Berlin [1934] 3 p. 1., 3-1 2!t p. 
12mo. © Mar. 10. 1934: 1 c. Apr. 
6; D 27757; Verlag Max Pfeffer, 
Vienna. 2268 

Life (The) of Peter the Great: chaiv 
ter 1, a radio continuity, by Ed- 
ward Lynn. © 1 c. Apr. 2. 1934; 
D 27888; Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 2269 

Light (The) : a religious spectacle, 
by O. Lucas. © 1 c. Apr. 5. 1934; 
D 27659: Ottis Lucas, South Bend. 
Ind. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes and added matter] 2270 

Lightning for the rain; a play in 3 
.icts. by Helen Rich. © 1 c. Apr. 
2, 1934; D 274N4 : Helen Edsoil Kiel.. 
Colorado Springs, Col. 2271 

Lincoln reckons up; a play in 1 act. 
by II. B. Stevens. © 1 c. Apr. 27. 
1934: D 27S'.!9: Henry Bailey Ste- 
vens. Durham. NIL 2272 

Lines and spaces; episodes nos. 10-15, 
by C. II. Cable. © 1 c. each Apr. 
23. 1934: I) 27s2!>-27s:u ; Clarence 
Henry Cable, Norwalk, Conn. 

L'273-2278 

Little brothers are that way ; by Clara 
Lewis Seeman. Sionx City, la. 
[1932] 2 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 



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15, 1932; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. 
Apr. 9; AA 145380; Wetmore decla- 
mation bureau, Sioux City, la. 2279 

Lo and behold; or, What's in a name, 
a comedy in 3 acts with music and a 
prologue, by Jean D. Silent [pseud, 
of Jean D. Seitlin] Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1934; D 27579; Jean Seit- 
lin, Coconut Grove, Fla. 2280 

Long (A) time ago; a play in 3 acts 
and an epilogue, by Philo Higley. © 

1 c. Apr. 27, 1934; D 27896; Philo 
H. Higley, New York. 2281 

Lotus land; [by] F. Nobles. 1934. 

2 p. 1., 4-22 p. 8vo. © Mar. 15, 
1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; D 27610 ; Lillian 
Flossie Nobles, Goldsboro, N.C. 

2282 

Louder, please ; by Josephine Camp- 
bell. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1932; 2 
c. Apr. 7, 1934; aft". Apr. 9; AA 
145371 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2283 

Love in idleness; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Sylvia Thompson [i.e. S. T. Lul- 
ing] and V. Cunard. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1934; D 27806; Sylvia Thomp- 
son Luling, London, and Victor Cun- 
ard, Bovington, Hemel Hempstead, 
Hertfordshire, England. 2284 

Love kills; a play in 3 acts, by I. L. 
Ehrlich. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934; D 
27543 ; Ida Lublenski Ehrlich, Brook- 
lyn. 2285 

Love (The) song; by Dave Elman. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1934; D 27624; 
Blackman co., New York. 2286 

Lucky seven ; a mystery melodrama 
in 3 acts, by C. B. Orwig. © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1934; D 27919; Clara B. 
Orwig, Hollywood, Calif. 2287 

Madonna moderne ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by T. Thayer. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1934 ; 
D 27915 ; Tiffany Thayer, Van Nuvs, 
Calif. 2288 

Magic (The) wishing lamp; a juve- 
nile costume revenue, by R. G. Firth 
and C. G. Lindoft. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1934 ; D 27819 ; Ruth Gebhardt Firth 
and Celeste Gebhardt Lindoft, Gales- 
burg, 111. 2289 

Manda Tadena ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Milcinovic. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; 
D 27595; Adela Milcinovic, New[ 
York. 2290 



Mann (Der) im heu ; lustspiel in 3 
akten, von Hans Fritz und Herbert 
Grube. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 
27905; Neue biihneuverlag im Ver- 
lag fur kulturpolitik, g.m.b.h., Ber- 
lin. 2291 

Mannoch (The) family; a comedy in 

3 acts, by Murray McClymont. Lon- 
don, Rich & Cowan ltd. [1934] 95, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Jan. 11, 1934; 
1 c. Apr. 6; D 27601; Murray Mc- 
Clymont, London. 2292 

Many a slip; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Pauline Brooks [i.e. P. B. Craw- 
ford] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1934; D 
27671; Pauline Brooks Crawford, 
New York. 2293 

Many moons ago ; by Don Clark. 
script no. 1. By the waters of Min- 
netonka. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934; D 
27847 ; Cleveland B. Chase CO., New 
York. 2294 

script no. 2. The king and 

the commoner. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934 ; 
D 27848; Cleveland B. Chase co., 
New York. 2295 

Mari (Le) que j'ai voulu; comedie en 

4 actes, de Louis Verneuil [pseud, of 
L. Collin] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; D 
27746; Louis Collin, Boulogne 
(Seine) France. 2296 

Marie Antoinette ; a dramatic composi- 
tion in 5 episodes, by R. H. Bogue. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934 ; D 27778 ; Rob- 
ert Herman Bogue, Washington. 

2297 

Marie l'egyptienne; mystere triptyque 
pour le concert [par] Claudio Guas- 
talla] Version francaise de Jean 
Chantavoine, musique de Ottorino 
Respighi. Milano, New York [etc.] 
1934. 31 p. 12mo. Text. © Apr. 
12, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 12; D 27737; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 2298 

Maristella ; dramma lirico in 3 atti, 
dal poemetto Zi' Munacella, di Sal- 
vatore di Giacomo [di] Maso Sal- 
vini, per la musica di Giuseppe 
Pietri. Milano, 1934. 88 p., 1 1. 
12mo. Text. © Jan. 15, 1934; 1 c. 
Mar. 2; D 27936; Maso Salvani, 
Milan. 2299 

Marlenes brautfahrt ; operette in einem 
vorspiel und 3 akten (nach dem 
Leo Lenz'schen lustspiel : Heimliche 
brautfahrt) von Max Bertuch und 
H. R. von Nack. Music von Bernard 
Grunt. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; 
D 27556; Edition Neruda, Berlin. 
2300 



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Married man ; a play in 4 acts, by 

D. H. Lawrence. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; 
D 27089; Frieda Lawrence. Execu- 
trix of the estate of David Herbert 
Lawrence, London. • 2301 

Martha loves a gentleman ; a 1-aet 
play, by R. T. Winder. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1934; D 27952; Rulura Tostevin 
Winder, Oakland. Calif. 2302 

Mary Read ; a play in 2 acts, by James 
Bridie [pseud, of O. H. Mavor] and 
C. Gurney. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; 
D 27617; Osborne Henry Mavor, 
Glasgow, and Claud MacLelland 
Cecii Gurney, London. 2303 

Master (The) of Ballantrae; scripts 
1-3, a radio drama in a series of 
episodes, by M. Cass, based upon the 
romantic novel by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, with incidental folk songs 
of the period. Text. © 1 c Apr. 
26, 1934; D 2787S ; Maurice Cass. 
New York. 2304 

Master of the revels; a comedy in 4 
acts, by Don Marquis. Garden City, 
N. Y., 1934. viii, 252 p. 12mo. © 
Aiir. 4, 1934; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 6; 
A 70919; Don Marquis, New Yo'k. 
2304* 

Match-makers (The) ; a play in 1 act, 
by E. Lawton. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934 ; 
D 27786; Elizabeth Lawton, New- 
ton, Mass. 2305 

Memories ; a play in 3 acts, by George 
Teal. © 1 e. Apr. 13. 1934 ; I) 27676 : 
Robert N. Robbins, New York. 2306 

a radio play in 3 acts, by Ray- 
mond Plamadore. © 1 c. Apr. 12. 
1934; D 27665; Raymond Eugene 
Plamadore, Cedar Rapids, Ia. 2307 

Men grow taller; a play about Amer- 
ica in a prologue and 12 scenes, by 

E. England [pseud, of E. E. Pol- 
lock] © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1934; D 
27690; Elisabeth England Pollock, 
New York. 2308 

Mergers for millions ; a play in 2 acts, 
by H .Harris. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; 
D 27615; Huntington Harris, Chi- 
cago. 2309 

Merrily we roll along; a play in 3 
acts, by G. S. Kaufman and M. 
Hart. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 27593 ; 
George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, 
New York. 2310 

Merry-go-round (The) ; a play in 5 
acts, by D. H. Lawrence. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1934; D 27590; Frieda Law- 



rence, Executrix of the estate of 

David Herbert Lawrence, London. 

11311 

Metro; piece en 4 acres [pari Patrick 
Kearney. Adaptation franchise de 
Georges Jamin. [Paris] 1934. 26, 
[2] p. illus. 4to. (La Petite il- 
lustration, no. I!!;.")) © Mar. 10, 
1934; 1 c. Apr. 6; D 27736; Georges 
Jamin, Paris. 2312 

Millions of hoys and girls; a play in 3 
acts, by Edward Crandall. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1934; D 27849; Cleveland 
B. Chase CO., New York. 2313 

Miners (The) ; a praeludium in 5 acts, 
by J. E. Deutsch. © 1 C. Apr. 26, 
1934; D 27879; James E. Deutsch, 

Brooklyn. 2311 

Minnie and Oscar go to Europe. See 
Gnllibles' travels. 

Minnie, the moodier ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Hernandez and T. Koehler, 
music by II. Arlen. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1934: D 27620; Juano 
Hernandez, New York. Tel Koehler, 
Brooklyn, and Harold Arlen, New 
York. 23 b". 

Miss Adams makes a suggestion : a 
play in 1 act. by E. D. Leavitt. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1934: D 27f.!)7 ; Eliza- 
beth Davis Leavitt. Chicago. 2316 

Mr. Billings and the bird ; a screen 
comedy, by S. B. Cassin and J. D. 
Barton. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934 : I > 
27758; Stephen B. Cassin and James 

D. Barton. New York. 2317 

Mistreated; tragic trilogy in 3 acts, 
by O. Jeanbourquin. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27886; Olga Jeanbour- 
quin, Roosevelt, L. I.. N. Y. 2318 

Mistress Mary; an operetta in 3 acts, 
by L. R. Cook. Libretto. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21. 1934; D 27804: Laurence 
Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 2319 

Mixed breeds; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. P. Beach. © 1 c. Fell. 12, L934; 
D 27574 ; John P. Beach, West New- 
ton, Mass. 2320 

Modern (The) Diogenes: bv Dave 

Elman. © 1 c. Mar. 14. 1934: D 

27622; Blackmail CO., New York. 

2321 

Moll ; a picture play, by George Steltz. 
© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1933; D 27580; 
George W. Steltz, Yakima, Wash. 

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Money for the moon ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Lawton Campbell [i. e. C. 
L. Campbell] ©' 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934 ; 
D 27503; Charles Lawton Campbell 
New York. 2323 

Moon in Araby ; musical comedy in 3 
acts, book and lyrics by H. M. Clark, 
music by L. Cooper, © 1 c. Apr. 
2, 1934; D 28653; Helen M. Clark 
and Leonard Cooper, Salinas, Calif. 
2324 

Moon on the left; a comedy-drama in 
11 scenes, tr. and adapted from the 
Russian of Bil'-Belotserkovsky, by 
C. Malamuth. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934 ; 
D 27801 ; Charles Malamuth, Pasa- 
dena. 2325 

Moral hazard ; a 3-act play, by Stuart 
August Von Carl, pseud, of Stuart 
Von Wider and C. A. Zimmerman. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934 ; D 27767 ; Stuart 
Palmer Von Wider and Carl August 
Zimmerman, Lakeland, Ma. 2326 

Mother Mock ; a musical comedy 
drama in 2 parts with prologue and 
7 acts, by W. S. H. Hartell. Text. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1934; D 27645; 
Wes Sells H. Hartell, Danbury, 
Conn. 2327 

Mother Nature puts on a fashion 
show ; a children's play in 3 acts, 
by G. A. Musaphia. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1934; D 27481; Georgie Ann Musa- 
phia, Los Angeles. 2328 

Mummers' (The) revel and the masque 
of the apple ; a folk play in 2 parts, 
compiled by Blanche Talmud, from 
authentic folk material collected by 
Rendel Harris, music by Kurt 
Schindler. Boston [1934] 4 p. 1., 
102 p. fol. © Apr. 3, 1934; 2 c. 
Apr. 18; D 28669; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. ' 2329 

Musical (The) bouquet. See Hectic- 
quette — as she is did. 

My country — so what? a sketch in 1 
act, by William De Mille. New 
York city, Los Angeles, Samuel 
French [1933] 2 p. 1., 20 p. 12mo. 
© Oct. 24, 1933 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1934 ; 
D 27685; William De Mille, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2330 

My delight ; a musical play in 2 acts, 
book by R. G. Day and Anna Belle 
Foote, lyrics by R. G. Day, music by 
Arthur C. Nord and R. G. Day, ar- 
rangement by Arthur C. Nord. © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1934 ; D 28665 ; Roland 
George Day, Los Angeles. 2331 



My good name; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. F. Powell. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; 
D 27592 ; James Francis Powell, New 
York. 2332 

My people; a social satire in 3 acts, 
by D. Wolf. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; 
D 27711; Daisy Wolf, New York. 

2333 

Myrt and Marge ; episode nos. 445-461,. 
a series of radio sketches, by Myrtle 
Vail. © 1 c. each Apr. 16, 1934; 
D 27715-27731 ; Wm. Wrigley, jr. co., 
Chicago. 2334-2350 

Mysterious (The) cane of Dr. Chang; 
a mystery comedy-drama in 3 acts r 
by Robert St. Clair. Philadelphia 
[1934] 79 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 
16, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 25; D 27863;. 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 2351. 

Naboth's vineyard ; a play in 3 acts,, 
by F. Frederick. © 1 c. Apr. 19», 
1934 ; D 27787 ; Frederica Frederick, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 2352 

Nationale 6; piece en 5 actes, de J. J. 

Bernard. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; D 

27536 ; Jean-Jacques Bernard, Paris. 

2353 

Negro (The) must be heard; a play in 
4 acts, by M. A. Napier. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1934 ; D 27552 ; Mary Annie Nap- 
ier, Brooklyn. 2354 

Neighbors; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation, Angelo Patri 
[program] Feb. 18, 1934) © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1934 ; D 27548 ; Angelo Patri, 
New York. 2355 

Nellie was a lady; by Courtenay Sav- 
age. Boston [1934] 127 p. diagr. 
12mo. (Baker's professional plavs) 
© Apr. 7. 1934; 2 c. Apr. 30; D 
27926 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
2356 

Night (A) in minstrelsy; a drainatico- 
musical composition in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics by H. H. Sloan, music- 
by H. H. Sloan and L. K. Sloan and 
Bernhard Stelzl. Complete dialogue 
and musical numbers. © 1 c. Apr.. 
28, 1934; D 28670; Henry H. Sloan 
and Leona K. Sloan, Chicago. 2357" 

Night (A) without end; a drama in 3: 
acts, by P. Burton-Mercur. © 1 c. 
Apr. 3, 1934 ; D 27501 ; Paul Burton- 
Mercur, East Orange, N. J. 2358 

Nina ; a comedy in 3 acts, adaptation 
from the German of Bruno Frank, 
by F. J. Collins. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1934 ; D 27497 ; Frank J. Collins, 
New York. 235£ 



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2360 



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Nis-o-wassa ; a drama of Wisconsin's 
Indian lore in 4 acts, by Jakob 
Haasted Kurtz. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1934; D 27692; Gerda Kurtz, St. 

Louis. 2360 

No recitations; by Harry Ross, Irma 
Melson and C. Melson. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1934; U 27526; Charlie Melson, 
Brooklyn. 2361 

Nudist of mine; an original comedy in 

3 acts, by Jo Lebo [i.e. J. R. Lebo] 

Rev. © 1 c . Mar. 26, 1934 ; D 27912 ; 

Joseph Roosevelt Lebo, New York. 

2362 

Nuts to you; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Glenn Hughes. Boston [1934] 126 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 23. 1934; 
2 c. Apr. 30; D 27929; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 23&3 

Nutzi ; a 3-act comedy farce, by B. 

Appel. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1934; D 

27b'83 ; Benjamin Appel, New York. 

2364 

Offhand Manor ; a rather improper 
play for the proper people in 7 
scenes, by J. Gilbert. © 1 c. Apr. 
25, 1934: D 27870; Judson Gilbert, 
Cairo, 111. 2365 

O'Henry; a play in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Crosby. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1934; D 
27616; William Harrison Crosby, 
Ironton, O. 2368 

Okay broadcast; a play depicting life 
in a modern broacast studio in 2 
revues, comedy revue, and special- 
ties, by L. W. Frey. © 1 c. Apr. 

12, 1934; D 27911; LeRoy William 
Frey, Cortland, N. Y. 2367 

Olive Aldin ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by A. Leveque. © 1 c. Apr. 

13, 1934 ; D 27077 ; August Leveque, 
Fairhaven. Mass. 2368 

On the ice pond ; by Kathryn Wayne. 
Sioux City. la. [1H32] 2 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 15, 1932; 2 c. Apr. 7, 
1!>34; aff. Apr. 9; AA 145377; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2369 

Once upon a time; a fantasy of Fairy- 
land lor the radio, by David Taylor. 
episode no. 2. Jack and the bean 
stalk. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934; D 
278:17; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 2370 

episode no. 3. Cinderella. 

© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934; D 27S08 ; 
American radio features syndicate, 
Los Angeles. 2371 



episode no. 4. Alladin and 

his wonderful lamp. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1934; D 278o9: American radio 
features syndicate. Los Angeles. 

2372 

episode no. 5. The cobbler 

and the elves. © 1 c. Apr. 21. 1984 ; 
D 27810: American radio features 
syndicate. Los Angeles. 2373 

episode no. 6. Ali Baba and 

the forty thieves. © 1 c. Apr. 21. 
1934: D 27811; American radio fea- 
tures syndic.! te. Los Angeles. 2374 

episode no. 7. Hansel ami 

Grethel. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934; 1) 
27S12: American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 2375 

One act plays by modern authors; 
Enlarged. Edited by Helen Louise 
Cohen. New York. Chicago [1984] 
5 p. 1., 579 p. 12mo. Contents. — 
Itobert Emmons Rogers: The boy 
will.— Eugene O'Neill : He.— Oli- 
phant Down : The maker of 
dreams. — Ernest Dowson : The Pier- 
rot of the minute. — Harold Brig- 
house : Maid of France. — Percy 
MacKaye : Getty sbur g. — Lady 
Augusta Gregory: Spreading the 
news. — John Millington Synge: Rid- 
ers to the sea. — Jeannette Marks : 
Welsh Honeymoon. — Lord Dunsany : 
A night at an inn. — A. A. Milne : 
Wurzel-tiummery. — Stark Young : 
The twilight saint. — Maurice M.o- 
terlinck : The intruder. — Lady Alix 
Egerton : The masque of the two 
strangers. — John Galsworthy: The 
little man. — Josephine Preston Pea- 
body : Fortune and men's eyes. — 
Booth Tarkington: Beauty and the 
Jacobin. — Anton Chekhov: The pro- 
posal. — Charles S. Brooks: The old 
trouper.— George Kelly: The flat- 
tering word. — Thornton Wilder: Mo- 
zart and the gray steward. © Apr. 
4. 1934: 2 c. and aff. Apr. 11; A 
70975: Harcourt, Brace & co.,inc, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revisions throughout front mat- 
ter; biographies throughout the 
text, vocabulary tests and study sug- 
gestions] 2375* 

One hundred million dollars; or, The 
forgotten man. a play in 3 acts, by 
E. C. Sutherland. © 1 c. Mar. 2t>. 
1034: D 27853; Ethel Clifton Suth- 
erland, Los Angeles. 2376 

One man in his time; a play in 6 
scenes, by Barnett Warren. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16. 1934: D 27939; Barnett M. 
Warren. New York. 2377 



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no. 4, 1934 



2401 



One man menagerie. See First 
nighter. 

One never knows ; by Kathryn Wayne. 
Sioux City, la. [1982] 4 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 15, 1982; 2 c. Apr. 7, 
1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 145373; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2378 

One night stand ; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Best program, Mar. 23, 30, 1934) 
© lc. each Apr. 5, 1934; D 27540, 
27541 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 2379, 2380 

( Dill's Best program, Apr. 6. 

13, 20, 27, 1934) © 1 c. each Apr. 
30, 1934; D 27944-27947; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 2381-2384 

One Saturday. See Walk-out (The) 

Only six letters MOTHER ; a 
story and song service for mothers' 
day, story and lyrics by Edna Clark 
Davis, music by I. H. Meredith. 
New York, 1934. 15 p. Svo. © 
Mar. 14, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 28858 ; 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 

2385 

Open (The) sesame; a pageant-play 
for commencement [in a prologue 
and 9 episodes] by Helen L. Miller 
and Beulah M. Bradley. York, Pa., 
The Hannah Penn junior high school, 
1934. 51 1. diagr. 4to. © Mar. 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; D 27891 ; Helen 
L. Miller and Beulah M. Bradley, 
York, Pa. 2386 

Our Wisconsin ; a pageant, by Susan 
Burdick Davis. [Eau Claire, Wis.] 
1934. 48 p. illus. 12mo. © Mar. 
8, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; D 27840 ; E. M. 
Hale and co., Eau Claire, Wis. 2387 

Out of the West; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Glick and A. Powers. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1934; D 27760; Carl Glick 
and Al Powers, New York. 2388 

Outlawed for love; a screen play of 
Mexico in 8 scenes, by Count Louis 
Hamon, from the book Outlawed for 
love, by Countess Hamon. © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1934 ; D 27923 ; Count Louis 
Hamon, Hollywood, Calif. 2389 

Over the tea-cups. See Tea-time. 

Oxydol's own Ma Pei'kins; continui- 
ties nos. 145-165, by Frank Dahm. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1934; D 27585; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

2390 



Pace (The) that kills ; by Leo Benedict 
[pseud, of W. F. Kohn] © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1934 ; D 27826 ; Walter Frederic 
Kohn, Stamford, Conn. 2391 

Padre Junipero Serra ; a pageant play 
in 15 episodes, by C. E. Pressley. 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; D 27713; 
Charles Eugene Pressley, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 2392 

Pakt (Der) im Palasthotel; spiel in 3 
akten, von H. Haberer Helasco. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1934 ; D 27738 ; Hermann 
Haberer Helasco, Berlin. 2393 

Pals ; a dramatic skit, by E. W. Be- 
can. ©lc. Apr. 21, 1934 ; D 27817 ; 
E. William Becan, Newport News, 
Va. 2394 

Pampered (The) darling; a comedy in 
1 act, by Beatrice Humiston McNeil. 
Boston [1934] 40 p. 12mo. ©Mar. 
27, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; D 27511 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 2395 

Pantomimed hymns ; v. 2, for the eve- 
ning worship containing pantomimes, 
dramatized hymns, statuary with di- 
rections for staging, by Alma New- 
ell Atkins. 1934. various pagings. 
obi. 12mo. © Apr. 10, 1934: 2 c. 
Apr. 13 ; D 27673 ; Alma Newell At- 
kins, Winfield, Kan. 2396 

Paradiesvogel (Der) ; komodie in 3 
akten, von Eugen Rex. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934 ; D 27554 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 2397 

Paroles d'honneur ; piece en 3 actes, de 
H. Jeanson. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; 
D 27534 ; Henri Jeanson, Paris. 2398 

Passerby (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Bogden Katerwa, tr. by L. K. Ship- 
man. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934 ; D 27606 ; 
Lola Kinel Shipman, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2399 

Penalty (The) of coquetry; legend of 
Satsuma vase, an oriental operetta, 
cantata or picturesque pantomime 
for three-part women's or mixed 
voices (with parts which may be 
performed by junior high boys) 
Libretto and music, by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer. New York [1934] 52 p. 
4to. © Mar. 27, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
28 ; D 28663 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 2400 

People's (The) court; a play in 1 act, 
by Hubert Griffith. London, Rich & 
Cowan ltd. [1934] 36 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 11, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 6; D 27602; 
Hubert Griffith, London. 2401 



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2402 



pt. i, v. 7 



Pickpocket (The) who saved Napo- 
leon's life; by Dave Elman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1934; D 27623; Blackmau 
co., New York. 2402 

Plus man ; a poetic play in 1 act, by 
M. L. Hornung. © 1 c. Apr. 23. 
1934; D 27823; Maude LaUgstaff 
Hornung, New York. 2403 

Plus the press ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. L. Apsey. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1934; D 27696; Ruby Lloyd Apsey, 
Birmingham, Ala. 2404 

Praise and service ; a children's day 
cantata-pageant for young people's 
choir and Sunday-school, text by 
Elizabeth F. Guptill, music by Anne 
Owen. New York. Dayton, O., 1934. 
31 p. 4to. © Mar. 28, 1934; 2 c. 
Apr. 6; D 28661; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 2405 

Preferred list; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Atterbury and R. J. Sullivan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1934; D 27669; Malcolm 
Atterbury and Robert J. Sullivan. 
Radnor, Pa. 2406 

Premiere at Hollywood ; a play in 3 
acts and a prologue, by Ivan Rowan 
and Martin Delman. © 1 c. Apr. 6. 
1934; D 27594; Isidor Rosenzweig 
and Martin J. Youdelman, Brook- 
lyn. 2407 

Presumptive death of Mr. Blarney ; 
farce comedy in 2 acts with a pro- 
logue, by J. E. Dunn. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1934; D 27575; John Edward 
Dunn, Groton, S. D. 2408 

Prevailing (The) wynds ; a 3-act com- 
edy, by F. J. De Groat and Freder- 
ick Laurence Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 
1934; D 27855: Francis Jasper De 
Groat, Salamanca, N. Y. 2409 

Priere pour les vivants ; [par] 
Jacques Deval [pseud, of Jacques 
Boularan] Paris, [1934] 249 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 2, 1934 ; 1 c. Apr. 6 ; 
D 27735 ; Albin Michel, Paris. 2410 



Sec Half-wit his 



Professor on China, 
torian. 

Professor wins ; by Clara Lewis See- 
man. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15. 1932; 
2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. it; AA 
145381; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2411 

Public (The) enemy; by W. Pegler. 
Version one. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1984 : 
D 27S24; Westbrook Pegler, New 
York. 2412 



Version 2. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 

1934; D 27825; Westbrook Pegler. 
New York. 2413 

Public (The) speaks: a radio episode 
in 1 act. by J. M. Whelpton. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1934; D 27916; Joseph 
Marcus Whelpton, Jamaica, N.Y. 

2414 

Puddy's questions : a 1-act play by 
J. W. Young. © 1 c. Apr. 25. 1934 ; 
D 27865; John Wray Young, Hut- 
chinson, Kan. 2415 

Punch and Judaism : a play in 3 acts, 
by Ina Eisenstein, Harold B. Bern- 
stein and Judith Kaplan. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1934: D 27637; Society for 
the advancement of Judaism, Now 
York. L'410 

Pups and knockouts : a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. Hart. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1934; D 27940; Helen Hart. New- 
York. 2417 

Pure (The) in heart: a play in 2 acts, 
by J. H. Lawson. Final revision. © 

1 c. Apr. 19. 1934 ; D 27781 : John 
Howard Lawson, Moriches, L.I., N.Y 

2418 

Quarantine. Sec Death Valley days. 

Queen (The) of Queer street; a 4-act 
comedy, by H. C. Thomas. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1934: D 27766: Harry C. 
Thomas, Pittsburgh. 241'. » 

Queen (The) sleeps alone: a play in 

2 acts, by Noel Span [i.e. A. N. 
Span] © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934: D 
27546; Abram Noel Span. New York. 

2420 

Raccoon holler (hollow) ; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Redding and G. Brag- 
don. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934 : D 27649 
Edwin Redding and Guy Bragdon, 
New York. 2421 

Radio station WSTRS : by Don Clark, 
episode 1. Introducing Sammy 
Townsend. © 1 c. Apr. 19. 196*; 
D 27845: Cleveland B. Chase co.. 
New York. 2422 

■ script 6. Sammy Town- 

send's father's barn. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1934; D 27846; Cleveland B. 
Chase co., New York. 2423 

Ranieses the Great; a screen drama in 
11 pictures, by Count Louis Hamon. 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934 ; D 27704 ; Count 
Louis Hamon, Hollywood, Calif. 

2424 



110 



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no. 4, 1934 



2445 



Rebound in Reno ; a comedy drama in 

3 acts, by Joyce Lawrence [pseud, of 

F. Kaiser] © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1934 ; D 

278S7; Frieda Kaiser, New York. 

2425 

Reprise; a play in 3 acts, by W. D. 
Bristol. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1934; D 
27920; William D. Bristol, New 
York. 2426 

Reve de Moineau ; comedie musicale 
en 1 acte, livret de T. Trilby, musi- 
que de Marie Therese Holley. 
[Paris, 1933] 51, [1] p. 4to. © 
Nov. 28, 1933 ; 1 c. Dec. 12 ; D 28639 ; 
E. Flammarion, Paris. 2427 

Revisor (Der) ; eine komodie in 5 
akten von Nicolaus Gogol. L'ber- 
tragen unci fur die deutsche bubne 
bearbeitet von Valerian Tornius. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 27744; Thalia- 
verlag, Leipzig. 2428 

Rhapsody in blab ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. L. Baer. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1934; D 27894; Frank L. Baer, 
Washington. 2429 

Rip Van Winkle; adapted from the 
story of Washington Irving, by 
Dolly Hubbard pseud, of M. L. Hub- 
bard] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; D 
27707; Margaret Lorraine Hubbard, 
Duluth, Minn. 2430 

Rise (The) of a nation; by Harry 

N. Wahlberg. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1934 ; 

D 27871; Paul Aizenman, Brooklyn. 

2431 

Robby raumt auf ; detektivstiick in 5 
bildern, von Hermann Richter-Halle. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 27532; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller. und biihnen- 
komponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin.- 2432 

Robe (Une) de soie ; piece en 1 acte 
[par] Henriette Charasson. (In La 
Petite illustration, no. 652) © Dec. 
9, 1933 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1934 ; D 27754 ; 
Henriette Charasson Johannet, 
Paris. 2433 

Robert makes love; by Emily Seaber 
Parcher. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1932; 2 
c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 
145386; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2434 

Rolande et le mauvais gargon; opera 
en 5 actes, poeme de Lucien Nepoty, 
musique de Henri Rabaud. Paris, 
1934. 9-275 p. fol. Partitur piano 



chant. © Dec. 30, 1933; 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1934; D 28668; Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris. 2435 

Romantic (The) evolution of jazz; a 
pageant of the history of jazz. From' 
its primitive antiquity up until its 
popular introduction during the per- 
iod of the world war, by O. L. Spen- 
cer. © 1 C Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 27499 ; 
Onah Lee Spencer, Cincinnati. 

2436 

Roosje — und das gltick der kinder ; 
volksstuck in 7 bildern (frei nach 
Charles de Coster's roman Die hoch- 
zeitsreise) von Friedrich Eisenlohr. 
© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 27901; Neue 
biihnenverlag im Verlag fur kultur- 
politik, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2437 

Rubbish ; a 1-act play, by S. Szekelv. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934 ; D 27544 ; Sari 
Szekely, Milwaukee. 243S 

Run sheep run ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
J. M. Hamilton. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1934; D 27577; J. Merideth Hamil- 
ton, Inglewood, Calif. 2439 

Ruth; a pageant, by Laura Lindley. 
[Washington, 1934] 15 numb. 1. 
4to. Caption-title. © Feb. 27, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 27654 ; Laura Lind- 
ley, Washington. 2440 

Sacred cow. See First nighter. 

Sad (The) defenders ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. K. Luster. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1934; D 27818; Dwight K. Luster, 
Sharon, Mass. 2441 

Saints and symbols ; by A. Patri. (The 
Cream of wheat corporation, Angelo 
Patri [program] Mar. 4, 1934) © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1934; D 27550; Angelo 
Patri, New York. 2442 

Sammy Townsend's father's barn. 
See Radio station WSTRS. 

Sangreal (The) ; a play in 5 acts with 
prologue and epilogue, by Dona 
Belle Costello [pseud, of M. A. Cos- 
tello] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; D 
27710; Mary A. Costello, Washing- 
ton. 2443 

Scarred ; a play in 8 scenes, by W. V. 
Zang. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1934; D 
27583 ; William Victor Zang, Brook- 
lyn. 2444 

Schwarzbrot; schauspiel in 3 aufzii- 
gen, von Ehm Welk. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1934; D 27740; S. Fischer verlag, 
a.-g., Berlin. 2445 



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Schwarze (Der) Herzog; ein drama in 
5 akten, von Alfred Eberhard. 
Weimar [1934] 140 p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 23, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 7 : 1) 

27734; Weimarer druck- und verlag- 
sanstalt, Gebr, Knabe, k.-g., Weimar, 
Germany. 2446 

Scoop the mutt reporter on the dog 
newspaper of the air ; by Patsy 
Baker. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934; D 
27813; Patsy Ruth Baker, Los An- 
geles. 2447 

Seele (Eine) in not; ein drama in 3 
akten, von L. Bergner. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27570; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutseher buhnenschrift- 
steller und' biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 2448 

Separation ; piece en 1 acte [par] Hen- 
riette Charasson. (In La Petite il- 
lustration, no. 052) © Dec. 9, 1933 ; 

1 c. Jan. 30, 1934; D 27755; Henri- 
etta Charasson Johannet, Paris. 

2449 

Septimus ; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
adapted from William J. Locke's 
book Septimus, by M. Lichtenstein. 
© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1934 ; D 27856 ; Min- 
nie Lichtenstein, San Francisco. 

2450 

Shape (The) of things to come. See 
Whither mankind? 

Shoot the works ; a musical comedy in 

2 acts, book and lyrics by Stokely 
Westcott [ i. e. W. S. Westcott] and 
Waif red Noren. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1934; D 27876; William Stokely 
Westcott, Richmond Heights, Mo. 

2451 

Shrimp (The), radio script by Will 
Beale [i. e. W. C. Beale] © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1934 ; D 27941 ; William C. 
Beale, Eastport, Me. 2452 

Sic 'em Jonas ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frederick Pierce. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1934 ; D 27498 ; Frederick E. Pierce. 

. Castine, Me. 2453 

Silver (The) cord; by Sidney Howard. 
Adapted for radio by S. Flock and 
Vera S. Balogh. © 1 e. Mar. 8, 
1934; D 27576; Sally Flock. Cleve- 
land. 2454 

Sinners; a drama in 1 act. by Bessie 
F. White. Boston [19341 22 p. 
l2mo. © Mar. 20. 1934 ; 2 e. Apr. 4 ; 
D 27506; Walter H. Baker CO., Bos- 
ton. 24i 15 

Skipper Jim; episode 1, a radio play 
for boys and girls, by H. G. Ray 



nolds. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1934; D 
27578 ; Howard Grant Reynolds, 
Winnipeg, Canada. 2456 

Slamatan (The) ; a Java comedy, by 
Minnie Frost Rands. Boston [1934] 
30 p. diagr. 12mo. (National league 
of American penwomen plays) © 
Mar. 30, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; D 27513 ; 
Walter II. Baker co., Boston. 2457 

Snatch as snatch can ; a more or less 
farcical melodrama in 3 acts, by 
R. Macaulay and L. Schwab. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1934: D 27607; Laurence 
Schwab and Richard Macaulay, New- 
York. 2458 

Snatchers (The) : a play in 3 acts, by 
II. Wallsten. © 1 c. Mar. 30. 1984 : 
D 27493; Robert Wallsten, Now 
York. 2459 

So let 'em foreclose! or, Temple Olov 
Hasholom, inc., a merry, modern, 
musical mirrorscope of American 
Jewish community life, by Lewis II. 
Weinstein. Boston. Walter H. Baker 
co. 11934] 101 p. 12mo. Text. 
© Mar. 19. 1934: 2 c. Apr. 30; D 
27934: Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston. 
2460 

So Pilate washed his hands ; a Biblical 
play in 1 act, by Rhodes R. Stabley. 
Philadelphia [1934] 31 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Apr. 16, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
25; D 27860; Penn pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 2461 

So this is college: by H. C. Hawkins. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9. 1934 : D 27614 : Harry 
C. Hawkins, Chevy Chase. Md. 2462 

Socony-vacuum bandwagon. See Band- 
wagon. 

Some call it chance: a play of F. G. 
Bernstein and R. Eiseman. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1934; D 27910: Florence 
G. Bernstein and Buby Eiseman, 
Pittsburgh. 2463 

Sommer in Tirol; lustspiel in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Franz Adam Beyerlein. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1034: 1) 27671 : Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutseher 
buhnenschriftsteller und biihnen- 
komponisten, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 24;'.4 

Son (The) of Lynch: a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Goepel. © 1 c. Apr. 19. 1934; 
I> 27783; Margaret Goepel, New 
York. 2465 

Song (The) that avenged a nation; 
by Lave Fiman. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1934: D 27909: Blackmau co., New 
York. 2466 



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no. 4, 1934 



2488 



Soul (The) of honor; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Macklym Hartyl, based 
upon a foreign play by Leo Walther 
Stein and Ludwig Heller. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1934; D 27686; Thomas E. 
H. Black, Detroit. 2467 

Southern manor; a 3-act comedy, by 
S. M. Levin and C. O. Partridge. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1934; D 27658; 
Samuel M. Levin and Charles O. 
Partridge, Chicago. 2468 

Spalierobst; ein frohlich spiel in 3 
akten, von Jorg Ritzel. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27562; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller n n d biihnenkomponisten, 
g.m.b.h., Berlin. 2469 

Stallion ; a comedy in 3 acts, by An- 
zonetta and Wilson Collison. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1934; D 27688; Wilson Col- 
lison, Venice, Calif. 2470 

Step (A) beyond; a drama in 2 acts, 
by K. Harris. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934 ; 
D 27777; Kathryn Harris, New- 
York. 2471 

Stick (Der) in die ferse; komodie in 
3 akten. von Fritz Schwiefert. Ber- 
lin, 1934. 1 p. 1., 93 p. 12mo. © 
Feb. 16, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 17; D 27529; 
Arcadia verlag. g.m.b.h., Berlin. 

2472 

Still life; a play in 3 acts, by T. 
Reeves. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1934; D 
27897; Theodore Reeves, Lawrence 
L. I., N. Y. 2473 

Stork on skis ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Acton. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934; 
D 27790; Wallace Acton, Winter 
Hill, Mass. 2474 

Story of Marie Dressier. See Inquisi- 
tive order of penguins. 

Strictly ingenue ; an original play in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by Jared 
Master. ©1 c. Apr. 20, 1934; D 
27803; Jared Douglas Master, St. 
Petersburg, Fla. 2475 

Success road; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Wall Spence. Boston [1934] 99 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Pinnacle plays) © 
Apr. 9, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; D 27932 ; 
Walter H. Baker, co., Boston. 2476 

Surgeons love, what? a dramatic com- 
position, by R. S. Bower. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1934; D 27628; Robert 
Sharon Bower, Hollywood, Calif. 

2477 

Susanne ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Eloise 
Keeler [pseud, of E. K. Echols] © 



1 c. Apr. 20. 1934; D 27799; Eloise 
Keeler Echols, University, Va. 2478 

Sweet bodements, good ! a comedy in 
3 acts, by H. Rastede. © 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1934; D 27795; Hans Rastede, 
Trenton, N. J. 2479 

Sweet sorrow; a comedy of careers in 
3 acts, by Eric Swift [pseud, of E. 
Siepmann] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1934; 
D 27672 ; Eric Siepmann, Godalming, 
Surrey, England. 2480 

Synthetic gentleman ; a play in 4 acts ; 
adapted by C. Pollock, from his 
novel of the same name. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1934; D 27545; Channing 
Pollock, New York. 2481 

T-N-T; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. 
Sloane. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1934; D 
27924 ; Douglas Sloane, Newtonville, 
Mass. 2482 

Tamar; a play by Juilette Marot 
[pseud, of J. J. Weil] © 1 c. Sept. 
28, 1933 ; D 278S9 ; Juliana J. Weil, 
New York. 2483 

Tea leaves; by E. S. Noble. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1934; D 27797; Elizabeth 
S. Noble, Cleveland Heights, O. 

2484 

Tea-time; or, Over the tea-cups, a 
comedy in 1 act, by Iracema Gui- 
maraes Villela, translated from the 
Portuguese by L. K. Sparrow. © 
1 e. Apr. 2, 1934; D 27489; Louise 
Kidder Sparrow, Washington. 24S5 

Tell it to Sweeney ; by George Albert 
Drovin. Philadelphia [1934] 29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 16, 1934; 2 c. 
Apr. 25; D 27S64; Penn. pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 2486 

Temperance; by A. Patri. (The 
Cream of wheat corporation, Angelo 
Patri [program] Feb. 25, 1934) © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1934; D 27549; Angelo 
Patri, New York. 2487 

Tempest (The) ; by William Shake- 
speare, edited by Mabel A. Bessey. 
New edition. Boston, New York 
[1934] xxi, [2], 87, [1] p. front. 
16mo. © Mar. 21, 1934; 2 c. and 
aff. Mar. 26; A 71024; Houghton 
Mifflin co., Boston. 2487* 

Temple Olov Hasholom, inc. See So 
let 'em foreclose. 

Temps (Les) difficiles; piece en 4 
actes, de E. Bourdet. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1934; D 27533: Edouard Bour- 
det, Paris. 248S 



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2489 



pt. i, v. 7 



Ten million: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. Gamniill. © 1 e. Apr. 14. 1984; 
D 27708; Noreen Gammill, Holly- 
wood, Caiif. 2489 

Teufelsfmale (Das) ; lustspiel in 3 
akten, von Heinrich Ilgenstein. © 
1 e. Mar. 30, 1934; D 27566; Ver- 
triebsstelle uml verlag deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller u n d biilmen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. b., Berlin. 

2490 

There's a daisy ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. T. Hart. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1934: D 277(19; Henry Tardy Hart. 
New York. 2491 

Tbere's always tomorrow ; a comedy 
in 3 suppers, by A. N. Menzies. © 
1 C. Mar. 30. 1934.; D 27539: Archi- 
bald Norman Menzies, London. 

2492 

There was a fine lady upon a white 

horse; a piav in 3 acts, by F. L. 

Baer. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1934; D 

27895; Frank L. Baer, Washington. 

2493 

There was an old lady who lived in 
a shoe; a political play for puppets 
in 1 overt act, by H. G. Kurtz, jr. 
© 1 c. Apr. 12, 1934: D 27608 ; 
Howard G. Kurtz, jr., Washington. 
2494 

They shall not die ; a play by John 
Wexley. New York, Alfred A. 
Knopf, 1934. 7 p. 1., 3-191 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 26. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
31 ; D 27505 ; John Wexley, Brook- 
lyn. 2495 

Things that are Caesar's; a tragedy 
in 3 acts, by Paul Vincent Carroll. 
London, Rich & Cowan ltd. [1934] 
85 p., 1 1. 12mo. © Jan. 17, 1934; 
1 c. Mar. 17; D 2760O; Paul Vincent 
Carroll, Glasgow. 2496 

Third (A) person; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat corporation, 
Angelo Patri [program] Mar. 11, 
1934) © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934 : D 27551 ; 
Angelo Patri, New York. 2497 

This is the hour; a play in 3 acts, bv 

E. Green. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1934 ; i) 

27761; Eleanor Green. Portage. Wis. 

2498 

This man's world ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. H. Greenhill in collaboration 
with James Graeme [pseud, of J. A. 
Greenberg] © 1 c. Mar. 24. 1934; 
D 27629; Sara H. Greenhill. New 
Y'ork, and J. A. Greenberg, Brook- 
lyn. 2499 



Throe masters of English drama : 
Bernard Shaw; Caesar and Cleo- 
patra; John Dryden: All for love; 
William Shakespeare: Julius Caesar, 
edited with introductions, by Roland 
Ketchum and Adolph Gillis. New 
York, 1934; vi p., 2 1., 3-469 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 5. 1934; 2 c. and 
all". Apr. lit: A 71199; Dodd, Mead 
& CO., inc., New York. 240: >* 

Tipping off teacher: a comedy contesl 
selection, by Leota Hulse Black. 
Minneapolis, Minn.. 1934. 7 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 5, 1934: 2 c Apr. 
24; D 27*:57; Northwestern pivn<. 
Minneapolis. 2500 

Tobacco road ; by Jack Kirkland [i.e. 
J. M. Kirkland] Based on the novel 
by Erskine Caldwell. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1934: D 27630; John M. Erskine. 
New York. 2501 

To-night, you shall know me: a drama 
in 3 acts, by Carl Krivack [i.e. C. 
Krivacek] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934; 
D 27763; Carl Krivacek, Los An- 
geles. 2502 

Tony's twenty minutes ; episodes 2-7. 
bv K. Kraft and G. Sicignano. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 15, 1934; D 27<;::i- 
27636 ; Kari Kraft and Gloria Sicig- 
nano, New York. 2503-2.~ns 

Too much for Mrs. Blanchard ; by 
Kathryn Wayne. Sioux City, la. 
[1932] 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 
15, 1932; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. 
9; AA 145374; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau. Sioux City, la. 2509 

Top o' the world; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Lindsey Barbee. Boston [1934] 
95, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. (Pinnacle 
plays) © Apr. 10, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
30; D 27933; Walter H. Baker CO., 
Boston. 2510 

Touring America by plane ; by B. C. 
Young, script no. 1. Indiana. © 
1 c. Apr. 14. 1934 ; D 27699 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 2511 

script no. 3. Kentucky. © 

1 c. Apr. 14. 1934; D 27700; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 2512 

Tourists accommodated : a play in 1 
act, by Frank J. Jones. Boston 
[1934] 16 p. 12mo. © Mar. 21. 
1034: 2 c. Apr. 4: D 27509; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2513 

some scenes from present-day 

summer life in Vermont, written by 
Dorothy Canfield Fisher. New 
York [1934] 3 p. 1., 90 p. 12mo. © 



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no. 4, 1934 



2531 



Mar. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; D 27604 ; 
Harcourt, Brace and co., inc., New 
York. 2514 

Traggdie (La) de Coriolan. See Oo- 
riolan (La tragedie de) 

Trail unending; a dramatization in 8 
scenes, by H. G. Kittredge and R. 
Raynolds, of Brothers in the West, 
by R. Raynolds. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1934; D 27875; Helen G. Kittredge, 
Denver, and Robert Raynolds, New- 
town, Conn. 2515 

Train ride ; a radio script, by H. W. 

Danzig. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934; D 

27496 ; Helen W. Danzig, New York. 

2516 

Traveling on ; by Kathryn Wayne. 
Sioux City, la. [1932] 2 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 15, 1932; 2 c. Apr. 7, 
1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 145375; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2517 

Trionfo (II) di S. Patrizio. The tri- 
umph of St. Patrick; oratorio, 
liriche di — lyrics, by Armado Ro- 
mano, English adaptation, by Louis 
Forgione. New York, 1934. 5 p. 
1., 183 p. 4 to. Italian and English 
text. © Apr. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; 
D 28667 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 2518 

Trip (The) ; a play in 1 act, by Mary 
Thurman Pyle. Boston [1934] 27 
p. 12mo. © Mar. 22, 1934; 2 c. 
Apr. 4; D 27515; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2519 

Trip to Washington. See Bird and 
Vash. 

Triumph of St. Patrick. See Trionfo 
di S. Patrizio. 

Troopers ; a play, by M. Merrick. © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1934; D 27881; Mae 
Merrick, Chicago. 2520 

Tuft (The) hunter; a farce in 1 act, 
by H. Morgan Ruth. Philadelphia 
[1934] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 
16, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 25; D 27859; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 2521 

Turkey time; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Ben Travers. [London] Bickers & 
son ltd. [1934] xviii, 120 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 20, 1934; 1 c. Mar. 23; D 
27517; Benjamin Travers, Burnham, 
Somerset, England. 2522 

Twentieth century plays ; edited by 
Frank W. Chandler and Richard A. 
Cordell. New York, 1934. xi, 259 p. 



8vo. Contents. — The thunderbolt, by 
Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. — Dolly re- 
forming herself, by Henry Arthur 
Jones.— The last of the De Mullins, 
by St. John Hankin. — John Fergu- 
son, by St. John Ervine. — Journey's 
end by R. C. Sheriff.— The far-off 
hills, by Lennox Robinson. — Private 
lives, by Noel Coward.— The bread- 
winner, by Somerset Maugham. © 
Apr. 7, 1934 ; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 13 ; 
A 72037; Thomas Nelson & sons, 
New York. 2522* 

Two (The) bums trouble; a play in 8 
scenes, by S. Sini. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1934 ; D 27779 ; Salvatore Sini, New 
York. 2523 

Two inspired fools ; a sketch by S. J. 
Samelow, music by Louis Samelow. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 27482 ; 
Samuel J. Samelow, Chicago. 2524 

Uncle John's medicine; a comedy in 1 
act, by Ada C. Bower and Walter 
D. Mayberry. Philadelphia [1934] 
20 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 16, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 25; D 27861; Penn pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 2525 

Under the big top; by Leota Hulse 
Black. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 1932; 
2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 
145379; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2526 

Underground (The) railroad; episodes 
1, 2, a drama, by E. H. Ramsay. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 27619; Emma 
Howell Ramsay, Cleveland. 2527 

Unprepared test ; a 1-act play, by Dor- 
othy C. Allen. Boston [1934] 19 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 30, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; 

- D 27512 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 2528 

Vacation romance ; a radio play, by 
Raymond Plamadore. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1934 ; D 27675 ; Raymond Eugene 
Plamadore, Cedar Rapids, la. 2529 

Velvet paw ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Rose Russell and Frances Park. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1934 ; D 27490 ; Frances 
Paine Park and Rose V. Russell, 
New York. 2530 

Vers la lumiere; piece en 3 actes, de 
G. Dubosc. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1934; 
D 27535; Gaston Dubosc, Paris. 

2531 

Verwiinschene schloss. See Edelweiss. 



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2532 



pt. I, V. 7 



Verwiinsehte (Das) schloss; operette 
in 3 akten von Gustav Quedenfeldt 
und Walther Briigrnann, musik nach 
Millbcker'schen melodien, von Ar- 
thur Bauckner. Text der gesiinge. 
Leipzig, London [1934] 39 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 31, 1934; 1 c. Feb. 19; D 
27756; Aug. Cranz, g. m. b. b., Leip- 
zig. 2532 

Very secret history ; by Vincent Mc- 
Connor [i. e. J. V. McConnor] © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1934; D 27640; John 
Vincent McConnor, New York. 2533 

Vibrating lives. See Day of grace. 

Vier unter einem dach ; ein stuck 
Deutschland in 3 akten, von Her- 
mann Richter-Halle. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1934; D 27568; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller und biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 2534 

Volkstribun (Der) ; 5 akte fiir das 
neue Deutschland nach einer wahren 
begebenheit im alten Rom, von Hell- 
muth Bergmann. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1934; D 27557; Drei masken verlag 
a.-g., Berlin. 2535 

Wake up, Dad; a play depicting a 
reason for the whole family going 
to church, by Charles M. Davis. 
Indianapolis, [1934] 16 p. 16mo. 
© Apr. 2, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 26; D 
27892 ; Meigs pub. co., Indianapolis. 
2536 

Walk-out (The) ; or, One Saturday, 
a comedy in 3 acts, by Bernice Crail. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1934 ; D 27681 ; Ber- 
nice McCoid Crail, Los Angeles. 

2537 

Waters (The) under the earth; a play 
in 3 acts, by M. Severn and D. Dur- 
kin. Adapted from the novel of the 
same name by Martha Ostenso. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27664 ; Maida 
Severn and Douglas Durkin, New 
Yo:k. 2538 

Waxed ends ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
J. Norman Wells. Philadelphia 
[1934] 20 p. 12mo. © Mar. 17, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 25; D 27858; Penn 
pub. co., Philadelphia. 2539 

Ways and means ; a sketch for movie- 
tone, by J. R. Johnson. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1934; D 27500; J. Rosamond 
Johnson, New York. 2540 

We dress for dinner ; an American 
folk play in 3 acts, by A Kandel. 



© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1934 ; D 27521 ; Aben 
Kandel, Long Island City, N. Y. 

2541 

We've met before ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by George Batson. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1934 ; D 27907 ; George Donald Bat- 
son, Summit, N. J. 2542 

What an act! a play in 1 act, by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Boston [1934] 
13 p. 12mo. © Mar. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 4; D 27510; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2543 

What May did ; a 1-act play, by Alice 
and Beni Kauser. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1934 ; D 27714 ; Alice and Beni Kau- 
ser, New York. 2544 

What — ! President, again? a musical 
play in 2 acts, by F. C. Robertson, jr. 
Libretto. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934: D 
27796; Frederick Clinton Robertson. 
jr., Jersey City, N. J. 2545 

What's in a name. See Lo and behold. 

When glory dies ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Helen and R. W. Sneddon. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1934; D 27648; Helen Cnr- 
rington Sneddon and Robert William 
Sneddon, New York. 2546 

When the world's on fire ; the chronicle 
of an artist, a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
F. Schlick. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 
27609; Frederick Schlick, Portland, 
Or. 2547 

Where do we go from here? a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, libretto by A. E. 
Whitman, lyrics by William H. 
Adams, music by Sylvester Grant. 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934: D 28655; Ar- 
thur Edward Whitman, Whitman, 
Mass. 2548 

Where's grandma? a 3-act comedy, by 
Priscilla Wayne [pseud, of B. T. 
Sprague] and W. Sprague. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1934; D 27520: Besse Toul- 
ouse Sprague and Wayne Sprague, 
Des Moines. 2549 

Where there's smoke; a prize winning 
Jewish comedy in 1 act. by Bessie 
F. White. Boston [1934] 24 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 9. 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; 
D 27927; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 2550 

Where there's smoke there's fire; by 
Vincent McConnor [i. e. J. V. Mc- 
Connor] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1934; D 
27641 ; John Vincent McConnor. New 
York. 2551 



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2572 



Whispering willows; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts, by James H. Parke. 
Philadelphia [1934] 64 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Mar. 17, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
25; D 27862; Penn pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 2552 

White (The) line; a play, by Leonard 
J. Hines and Frank King. London 
[1934] 66 p., 1 1. 12mo. © Jan. 
25, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 6; D 27841; 
Leonard John Hines and Frank 
King, Halifax, England. 2553 

Whither mankind? a film of the fu- 
ture, by H. G. Wells, based on his 
two books The shape of things to 
come and The work, wealth and hap- 
piness of mankind. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1934; D 27639; Herbert George 
Wells, London. 2554 

Why wait for daisies; a play in 2 
acts, by J. B. Hymer and L. Clemens. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 27885 ; John 
B. Hymer and Le Roy Clemens, New 
Preston, Conn. 2555 

Widow (The) O'Shane ; by E. S. Noble. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934 ; D 27798 ; Eliza- 
beth S. Noble, Cleveland Heights, O. 
2556 

Wiederaufnahmeverfahren in sachen 
Rembrandt ; horspiel in 4 akten, von 
Hans Kyser. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; 
D 27565 ; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher biihnenschriftsteller und 
biihnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 2557 

Wild horses ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 

Cook. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934; D 

27709 ; Dyrus Cook, Woodstock, N. Y. 

2558 

Will and Robin (The day Will Shak- 
spere went to Kenilworth) ; a play 
in 3 acts, based upon her pageant 
play The day Will Shakspere went 
to Kenilworth, by K. Lord. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1934; D 27705; Katharine 
Lord, New York. 2559 

Windstarke 12 ; eine ehekomodie in 
5 scenen, von Max Dreyer. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1934; D 27569; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller und biihnenkomponis- 
ten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2560 

Wings of death; a mystery play in 2 
acts, by J. P. Jones, and W. A. 
D-eher. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1934; D 
27748; Walter Arturo Dreber, Kew 
Gardens, N. Y. and John Paul Jones, 
Austin, Tex. 2561 



Wisdom ; an incident in 1 act, by Ver- 
non Sylvaine. Birmingham, Play 
publishers [1934] 28 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 6, 1934 ; 1 c. Mar. 22 ; D 27655 ; 
Vernon Sylvaine, London. 2562 

Wish fulfillment; a play in 3 acts, by 

J. Sobell. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1934 ; 

D 27867; Jack Sobell, Brooklyn. 

2563 

With interest. See Death Valley days. 

Without guile; a play in 3 acts, by 

J. Gearon and E. Crandall. © 1 c. 

Apr. 13, 1934 ; D 27674 ; John Gearon 

and Edward Crandall, New York. 

2564 

Without witness; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Anthony Arm- 
strong [pseud, of A. A. Willis] and 
H. Simpson. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1934; 
D 27765 ; Anthony Armstrong Willis 
and Harold Simpson, London. 2565 

Wooley, the moth ; a dramatic continu- 
ity for radio, by H. S. Rubel. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1934; D 27486; Henry Scott 
Rubel, Highlands, N. J. 2566 

Work (The) wealth and happiness of 
mankind. See Whither mankind? 

Worthy his hire; a Biblical play in 
1 act, by R. P. Claggett. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1934; D 27775; Ralph Pal- 
mer Claggett, Highland Park, Mich. 
256T 

Wuthering Heights ; a play in 3 acts,, 
adapted from Emily Bronte's novel, 
by R. Mooney and D. Stauffer. © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1934 ; D 27599 ; Donald 
Stauffer, New York, and Ria 
Mooney, Dublin, Ireland. 2568 

Yankee; a radio serial, by G. G. Mar- 
tin. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1934 ; D 27953 ; 
Greta Galloway Martin, Montrose, 
Calif. 2569 

Years (The) to come; a tragic little 
comedy in 3 acts, by E. L. Hart- 
mann. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1934; D 
27854; Edmund L. Hartmann, New 
York. 2570 

Yellow .iack; a history by S. Howard 
in collaboration with Paul de Kruif. 
Rev. version. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934; 
D 27502; Sidney Howard, New 
York. 2571 

Yesterday's people ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. J. Mariani. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1934; D 27794; Elizabeth Johnson 
Mariani, Hollywood, Calif. 2572 



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2573 



pt. I, v. 7 



Young man's fancy; by Clara Lewis 


D 27780; Harry H. Hoffman, Luke- 


Seeman. Sioux City, la. [1932] 3 


wood, 0. 2574 


numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 1932; 




2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; aff. Apr. 9; AA 


Zi' Munacella. See Maristella. 


1453S2 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2573 


4 saints in search of an act: by P. 
Kobbe. © 1 c. Apr. 7. 1934: D 


Ysantaf; a play in 3 acts, by H. H. 


27800; Philip Kobbe, New York. 


Hoffman. © 1 c. Apr. IS, 1934; 


11575 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,638 unpublished) 1,892 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 96 unpub- 
lished) 191 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 37 unpublished) 63 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 
unpublished) 18 

Total 2. 164 



118 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [2575 



Blundering Billy; a farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, by Anthony E. Wills. © 
Louis C. Wills, Brooklyn, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is 
not living. R 30265, Mar. 10, 1934. 

1 

Conversion (The) of Nat Sturge; a 
comic play in 1 act, by Malcolm 
Watson. © James Gordan Beattie, 
London, as the executor. R 30509, 
Mar. 21, 1934. 2 

Gabrielle ; a play in 4 acts, by C. W. 
Tackenberg. © Charles William 
Tackenberg, Cincinnati, as the au- 
thor. R 30185, Mar. 7, 1984. 3 

In the shadow of the Rockies; a ro- 
mance of the golden West in 3 acts, 
by F. H. Bernard. © Frank H. 
Bernard, New York, as the author. 
R 30267, Mar. 10, 1934. 4 

Mam'selle Sallie; musical comedy in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by R. B. 
Smith, music, by Raymond Hubbell. 
© Robert B. Smith, Brooklyn, as 
the author of the words. R 31114, 
Apr. 13, 1934. 5 

Monde (Le) oil Ton s'ennuie ; comedie 
en 3 actes, par Edouard Pailleron, 
edited with introduction, notes, vo- 
cabulary, French questions and Eng- 
lish exercises, by W. R. Price. © 
William Raleigh Price, Albany, N.Y., 
as the author. R 30606, Mar. 24, 
1934. 6 

Nouveau (Le) jeu; piece en 5 actes, 
par H. Lavedan. © Henri Lavedan, 
Paris, as the author. R 30818, Apr. 
2, 1934. 7 

Paraitre ; piece en 4 actes et 5 tab- 
leaux, par. M. Donnay. © Maurice 
Donnay, Paris, as the author. R 
30819, Apr. 2, 1934. 8 

Plain Mary Brown ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by S. Blow. © Sydney Blow, 
Witheridge Hill, Henley on Thames, 
England, as the author. R 30510, 
Mar. 21, 1934. 9 



Playboy of the western world ; a com- 
edy, by John Millington Synge. Act 
2. © Edward Synge and Francis 
Edmund Stephens, Dublin, as the 
executors. R 30932, Apr. 2, 1934. 

10 

Poliche; piece en 4 actes, par Henri 
Bataille. © Yvonne de Bray, Paris, 
as the executrix. R 29892, Feb. 28, 
1934. 11 

Snug (A) little kingdom; a comedy 
on Bohemia in 3 acts, by M. Am- 
bient. © Mark Ambient, London, 
as the author. R 30507, Mar. 21, 
1934. 12 

Sunlight and shadow ; a new and orig- 
inal modern play in 3 acts, by R. 
C. Carton [pseud, of Richard Claude 
Critchett] © Lenore Kate Claude 
Carlton, London, as the executor. 
R. 30511, Mar. 21, 1934. 13 

Tales of mean streets. See That 
brute Simmons. 

Tattooed (The) man; a comic opera 
in 2 acts, by H. B. Smith, music 
by Victor Herbert. Libretto only. 
© Harry B. Smith, New York, as 
the author. R 30467, Mar. 17, 1934. 
14 

That brute Simmons; a play in 1 act, 
adapted from Arthur Morrison's 
story in Tales of mean streets, by 
A. Morrison and H. C. Sargent. © 
Arthur Morrison, High Barn, Chal- 
font St. Peter, Buckinghamshire, 
England, and Herbert C. Sargent, 
London, as the authors. R 30508, 
Mar. 21, 1934. 15 

Yankee (A) tourist; a musical come- 
dy in 3 acts, book by Richard Hard- 
ing Davis, lyrics by Wallace Irwin, 
music by Alfred G. Robyn. Li- 
bretto only. © Hope Harding 
Davis, Brooklyn, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 30466, Mar. 
17, 1934. 16 

Yolanda of Cyprus; a play in 4 acts, 
by C. Y. Rice. © Cale Young 
Rice, Louisville, as the author. R 
30181, Mar. 8, 1934. 17 



119 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Accused of murder. See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

Alias the deacon. See Half a sinner. 

All men are enemies; from the novel 
by Richard Aldington, screen play 
and dialogue by Samuel Hoffenstein 
and Lenore Coffee, directed by 
George Fitzmaurice. 9 reels. (£) 
Apr. 2. 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 24 ; L 4636 ; Fox film Corp., New 
York. 2576 

Animal antics. Reel. © Apr. 13. 1934. 
2 c. Apr. 12 ; description Apr. 14 ; 
M 4702 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2577 

Animated candy sales trailer. Reel. 
© Dec. 4. 1933 ; 2 c. Apr. 16, 1934 ; 
description Apr. 2~< : M 4720 ; Francis 
Jay Bligh. Atlanta. 2078 

Apples to you; directed by Leigh 
Jason. (Hal Roach, All star com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Apr. 3, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 11 ; L 4604 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2579 

Avalanche (The) See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

Beauty and the beast ; animation by 
Jack King and Rollin Hamilton. 
(Merrie melodies) Reel. © Ap". 5, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 6 ; 
M 4681 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2580 

Bedlam of beards ; story by Ben 
Holmes and Johnnie Grey, dialogue 
by Bobby Clark, directed by Ben 
Holmes. 2 reels. © Apr. p, V.y.'A : 
2 c. and description Apr. 12 ; L 4007 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2581 

Bedside; story by Manuel SefiE and 
Harvey Thew. screen play by Lillie 
Hayward & James Wharton, addi- 
tional dialogue by Rian James, di- 
rected by Robert Florey. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 9, 1934: 2 c. and description 
Apr. 10; L 4002; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2oS2 



Behaviour of Mrs. Crane. See Uncer- 
tain lady. 

Betty in Blunderland; animated by 
Roland Qrandall and Thomas John- 
son, directed by Dave Fleischer. (A 
Betty Boop cartoon ) Heel. ©Apr. 
4. 1934: 2 c. Apr. 6; description Apr. 
7: M 4683; Paramount productions, 
inc.. Hollywood. Calif. 2583 

Big (The) bow mystery. Sec Crime 
(The) doctor. 

Big city fantasy; no. 1035, directed 
by Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Apr. 
2.".. 1934: 2 c. and description Apr. 
24: M 4710: Vitaphone Corp.. New 
York. 2584 

Born to die ; narrator Gayne Whit- 
man. Reel. © Apr. 2, 11)34 ; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 2 : M 407s ; Skibo 
productions, inc.. New York. 2585 

Boson! friends: narration by F. J. 
Clemenger, edited by Sam Citron. (A 
Treasure chest production) Reel. 
© Apr. 23. 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 23; M 4712: Skibo pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 25S6 

Bowery daze; story by Harry Love, 
animation by Allen Rose and Pres- 
ton Blair. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © Mar. 28, 
1934: 2 0. Mar. 28; description Apr. 
11: M 4692; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2587 

Brave (The) tin soldier: animation 
by Jlmniie Culhane and Al Eugster. 
i A I !( mic color .;ii toon ) Keel. © 
Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. Apr. ~> : description 
Apr. 7: M 4684; Celebrity produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2588 

Buddy's beer garden; animation by 
Jack King and Tish Tasb. (No. 2 
of Looney times) Reel. © Apr. 10, 
193 1 : 2 e. and description Apr. 12; 
M 4090: Warner Pros, pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2.~>s ( .) 

Cabinet (A) meeting; no. 1640, story 
by Jack Henley, directed bv Joseph 

Heriabery; Reel. © Apr. 13. 1934; 

2 c. and description Apr. 13; L 4612; 
Vitaphone corp.. New York. 2590 



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no. 4, 1934 



2608 



Can you take it ; animated by Myron 
Waldman and Thomas Johnson, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Apr. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 27 ; M 4718 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
2591 

Captured. See Pirate treasure. 

Children of the Sun. 6 reels. © Feb. 
1, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
27; M 4722; Jewel productions, inc., 
New York. 2592 

•Come to dinner ; no. 1636-37, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and Eddie Moran, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 24; L 4633; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2593 

Corn on the cop; no. 1658-59, story 
by Jack Henley & Dolph Singer, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 23, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 24; L 4634; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2594 

-Crime (The) doctor; from the story 
The Big bow mystery by Israel 
Zangwill, screen play by Jane Mur- 
fin, directed by John Robertson. 8 
reels. © Apr. 25, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 25; L 4640; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2595 

Crime (The) of Helen Stanley; story 
by Charles R. Condon, screen play 
by Harold Shumate, directed by D. 
Ross Lederman. 6 reels. © Apr. 
22, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 23; description 
Apr. 24; L 4630; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 2596 

Destroying (The) ray. See Vanish- 
ing (The) shadow. 

Dumb champs ; narrated by Ford Bond. 
(World of sports) Reel. © Apr. 
18, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 18; description 
Apr. 19 ; M 4709 ; Columbia pictures 

• corp., New York. 2597 

Ed Sullivan's headliners ; story by 
Sylvia Sullivan, directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Apr, 17, 
1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 18; 
L 4625 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2598 

Everybody likes music; story by Ar- 
thur Jarrett, sr. and H. O. Kusell, 
directed by Leigh Jason. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 9, 1934; 2: c. and description 
Apr. 12 ; L 4606 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 2599 



Famous scenes from Pagliacci, by 
Ruggiero Leoncavallo; scenario by 
Clara Beranger, English libretto by 
John Erskine, directed by William 
C. DeMille. (A Treasure Chest) 
Reel. © Apr. 6, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 9 ; M 4688 ; Audio pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2600 

Fashions of 1934; story by Harry 
Collins and Warren Duff, screen 
play by F. Hugh Herbert & Carl 
Erickson, directed by William Die- 
terle. 9 reels. © Apr. 10, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 12 ; L 4609 ; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 2601 

For Pete's sake ; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Our gang comedy) 2 reels. 
© Apr. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 16; L 4616; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2602 

Fundamentals of acoustics ; by Har- 
vey B. Lemon. Reel. © Dec. 28, 
1933; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1934; description 
Apr. 10 ; M 4690 ; University of Chi- 
cago, Chicago. 2603 

Ginger (The) bread boy; (An Os- 
wald comedy) Reel. © Apr. 9, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 10 ; 
M 4691 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2604 

Glamour; story by Edna Ferber, 
screen play by Doris Anderson, con- 
tinuity by Gladys Unger, directed 
by William Wyler. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 31, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 2 ; L 4585 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 2605 

Good time Llenry; story by James W. 
Home & Albert Austin, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © Apr. 
19, 1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 
20 ; L 4626 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2606 

Goofytone newsreel ; no. 7, written and 
directed by F. Herrick Herrick. 
Reel. © Apr. 12, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 13 ; M 4699 ; Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 2607 

Half a sinner ; based on Alias the dea- 
con by John B. Hymer and Le Roy 
Clemens, screen play by Earle Snell 
& Clarence Marks, directed by Kurt 
Neumann. 8 reels. © Apr. 27, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 27; description Apr. 
28 ; L 4646 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2608 



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2609 



pt I. v. 7 



Heat lightning; from original play by 
Leon Abrams and George Abbott, 
screen play by Brown Holmes and 
Warren Duff, directed by Mervyn 
LeRoy. 7 reels. © Apr. 10, 1934; 
2 c. and description Apr. 12 ; L 
4611 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2609 

Heir (The) chaser. See Jimmy the 
gent. 

Henry the ache ; story and dialogue by 
Brunet Hershey and Bert Granet, di- 
rected by Ray McCarey. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 5 ; L 4591 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 2610 

Hollywood on parade ; B 10. Reel. © 
Apr. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 27 ; M 4717 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
2611 

Honeymoon hotel ; produced by Leon 
Schlesinger. (Merrie melodies) 
Reel. © Apr. 10, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 12 ; M 4695 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

2612 

I've got your number; based on a 
story by William Rankin, screen 
play by Warren Duff and Sidney 
Sutherland, directed by Ray En- 
right. S reels. © Apr. 10, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 10; L 4600; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2613 

I'll tell the world ; story by Lincoln 
Quarberg and Frank Wead, screen 
play by Dale Van Every & Ralph 
Spence, directed by Edward Sedg- 
wick. 9 reels. © Apr. 9, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 10 ; description Apr. 11 ; L 
4605 ; Universal pictures Corp., New 
York. 2614 

In India. See Laughing with John 
P. Medbury, In India. 

In love with life ; screen play and dia- 
logue by Robert Ellis, directed by 
Frank R. Strayer. 7 reels. © Apr. 
26, 1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 
27 ; L 4645 ; Invincible pictures corp., 
New York. 2615 

Insultin' the sultan ; animation by 
Grim Natwick & Berny Wolf. 
(Willie Whopper cartoon) Reel. © 
Apr. 3. 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 11; M 4693: Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 2616 



Jimmy the gent ; from the story The 
Heir chaser by Laird Doyle & Ray 
Nazzaro, screen play by Bertram 
Milhauser, directed by Michael Cur- 
tiz. 7 reels. © Apr. 10. 1934 : 2 c. 
and description Apr. 12; L 4610; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New- 
York. 2(517 

Joe's lunch wagon ; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Apr. 2, 
1934; 2 c. and description Apr, 2; 
M 4677; Moser & Terry, inc., New- 
York. 2618 

Jolly good felons : animation by Jim 
Tyer, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(O. Soglow's, The Little king) Reel. 
© Apr. 11. 1934; .2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 17; M 4706; Van Beuren 
Corp., New York. 2619 

Journal of a crime: from the play by 
Jacques Deval, screen play by F. 
Hugh Herbert and Charles Kenyan, 
directed by Win. Keighley. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 10. 1934: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 12 ; L 460S ; First national 
pictures, inc.. New York. 2620 

Just a clown; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Apr. 17, 
1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 17; 
M 4705; Moser & Terry, inc.. New 
York. 2621 

Laughing boy : from the novel Laugh- 
ing boy by Oliver La Farge. screen 
play by John Colton and John Lee 
Mahin, produced by Hunt Strom- 
berg. 8 reels. © Apr. 7, 1934 : 2 c. 
and description Apr. 16 : L 4(517 : 
Metro-Goldwvn-Mayer corp.. New 
York. 2022 

Laughing with John P. Medbury, In 

India ; written and spoken by John 
P. Medbury. Reel. © Apr. 13, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 13: description Apr. 
18: M 4708; Futter corp.. ltd.. New- 
York. 2023 

Lazybones: animated by Willard 
Bowsky and David Tendlar. di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© Apr. 13. 1934; 2 c. Apr. 12; de- 
scription Apr. 14: M 4703: Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 2624 

Let's have adventure; story by Jack 
Natteford, directed by Alfred U. 
Smaller. 2 reels. © Apr. 4. 1934; 
•J. e. and description Apr. 16: L4618; 
Golden state productions, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2625 



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no. 4, 1934 



2649 



Let's play post office ; no. 1660-61, 
story by A. Dorian Otvos and Eddie 
Moran, directed by Boy Mack. 2 
reels. © Apr. 18, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 18; L 4622; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2626 

Little Miss Mischief; no. 1552, edited 
bv Bert Frank, directed by Howard 
Milton. Reel. © Apr. 10, 1934; 2 
c. and description Apr. 12 ; M 4694 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2627 

Look for the silver lining; no. 1654- 
55-56, based on Ziegfield's musical 
comedy Sally by Jerome Kern & 
Guy Bolton, adapted for the screen 
by Cyrus Wood, directed by Roy 
Mack. 3 reels. © Apr. 23, 1934; 
2 c. and description Apr. 24 ; L 
4635 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 
2628 

Lost (The) race; produced by Howard 
C. Brown and Curtis F. Nagel. 
(Romantic journeys) Reel. © 
Apr. 6, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 9; M 46S7 ; Educational films 
corp, of America, New York. 2629 

Love flies in the window. See This 
man is mine. 

Maid in Hollywood; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Thelma Todd and Patsy 
Kelly comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 21, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 3 ; 
L 4589 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 2630 

March of the years; no. 8. Reel. © 
Mar. 24, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 24; de- 
scription Apr. 7; M 4685; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 2631 

Melody in Spring ; based upon a story 
by Fank Leon Smith, sceen play 
by Benn W. Levy, continuity by 
Jane Storm, directed by Norman 
McLeod. 8 reels. © Apr. 18, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 21 ; description Apr. 24 ; 
L 4631 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2632 

Men in white; from the play by Sid- 
ney Kingsley, screen play by Walde- 
mar Young, directed by Richard 
Boleslavsky. 8 reels. © Mar. 8, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 3 ; 
L 4590; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2633 

Modern (A) hero; by Louis Bromfield, 
screen play by Gene Markey & 
Kathryn Scola, directed by G.' W. 
Pabst. 7 reels. © Apr. 16. 1934; 



2 c. and description Apr. 16 ; L 4615 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2634 

New deal rhythm. Reel. © Apr. 13, 
1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; description Apr. 
14 ; M 4701 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2635 

New (The) dealers; story by Harry 
McCoy, adaptation by James Mul- 
hauser and Scott E. Cleethorpe, di- 
rected by Del Lord. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 5, 1934 ; 2 c Apr. 6 ; description 
Apr. 7 ; L 4598 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2636 

No more West; story by Burnet Her- 
shey, directed by Nick Grinde. 2 
reels. © Mar. 30, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 25 ; L 4641 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 2637 

No sleep on the deep ; story and di- 
alogue by Ernest Pagano and Ewart 
Adamson, directed by Charles La- 
mont. 2 reels. © Apr. 6, 1934; 
2 c. and description Apr. 9 ; L 4599 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 2638 

Pagliacci. See Famous scenes from 
Pagliacci, by Ruggiero Leoncavallo. 

Paramount pictorial 3 ; no. 10. Reel. 
© Apr. 18, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 19; de- 
scription Apr. 24 ; M 4713 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2639 

Paramount sound news; no. 64-70. 1 
reel each. © Mar. 15, 18, 22, 25, 29, 
Apr. 2, 5, 1934; 2 c. each Apr. 30; 
description each Apr. 28; M 4723- 
4729; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2640-2646 

Pest (The) ; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Mar. 30, 
1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; description Apr. 
2; L 4586; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2647 

Petting preferred; story by Jack 
Townley, adaptation by Dean Ward 
and Vernon Dent, directed by Arvid 
E. Gillstrom. 2 reels. © Apr. 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; description Apr. 
27 ; L 4644 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2648 

Pirate treasure; chapter 12, Captured, 
story by Ella O'Neill, screen play by 
George Plympton, Basil Dickey and 
Jack Nelson, directed by Ray Taylor. 
2 reels. © Mar. 30, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 
31 ; description Apr. 2 ; L 4587 ; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
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2650 



pt. I. v. 



Principles of chemistry. Reel. © 
Apr. 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 25; M 4721; Gerrit Carl 
Zwart, Suft'ern, N. Y. 2650 

Private lessons ; no. 1642-48, story by 
Cyrus Wood, Eddie Moran and A. 
Dorian Otvos, directed by Roy Mack. 
2 reels. © Apr. 18, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 18; L 4623; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 2651 

Pure feud; no. 1638, story by Dolph 
Singer and Jack Henley, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Apr. 
17, 1934 ; 2 c. and' description Apr. 
17 ; L 4620 ; Vitaphone corp., New- 
York. 2652 

Questions and answers ; by Russell W. 
Varnev. © title, description and 
53 prints, reed. Apr. 26, 1934; M 
4719; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 2653 

Riptide; written and directed by Ed- 
mund Goulding. 10 reels. © Mar. 
26. 1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 
20: L 4628; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 2654 

Rough necking ; story by Jack Townley 
and Fred Guiol, directed by George 
Stevens. 2 reels. © Apr. 25, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 25 : L 4639 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
2655 

Sally. See Look for the silver lining. 

Scrappy's toy shop ; story by Sid Mar- 
cus, animation by Art Davis. (A 
Charles Mintz, Scrappy production) 
Reel. © Apr. 6, 1934: 2 e. Apr. 6; 
description Apr. 18 ; M 4707 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 2656 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 9. Reel. © 
Apr. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; description 
Apr. 7 ; M 46S2 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2657 

Sing and like it; from the story So 
you won't sing, eh? by Aben Kandel, 
screen play by Marion Dix and Laird 
Doyle, directed by William A. Seiter. 
7 reels. © Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 5 ; L 4595 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2658 

Sisters under the skin : story by S. K. 
Lauren, screen play by Jo Swerling, 
directed by David Burton. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 15, 1934: 2 c. Apr. 16: de- 
scription Apr. 18: L 4624: Colum- 
bia pictures corp.. New York. 2659 



Sittin' en a backyard fence: anima- 
tion by Jack King i: Don Williams. 
(Merrie melodies) Reel. © Apr. SA. 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 24 ; 
M 4714: Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2860 

Smarty ; based on a play by F. Hugh 
Herbert, screen play by F. Hugh 
Herbert & Carl Erickson, directed 
by Robert Florey. 7 reels. © Apr. 
24. 1934 : 2 c. and description Apr. 
24; L 4632; Warner bros. pictui 
inc., New York. 2661 

So you won't sing, eh? See Sing and 
like it. 

Sound waves and their sources: by 
Harvey B. Lemon. Reel. © Dec. 
28, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 7. 1934; descrip- 
tion Apr. 10; M 4689; University of 
Chicago, Chicago. 2602 

Speed wings; story and screen play by 
Horace McCoy, directed by Otto 
Brower. 6 reels. © Feb. 12, 1934; 
2 c. Apr. 2; description Apr. 3: L 
4588; Columbia pictures corp., X:nv 
York. 2663 

Spitfire; from the play Trigger by 
Lula Vollmer, screen play by Jane 
Miirrin and Lula Vollmer, directed 
by John Cromwell. 9 reels. © Mar. 
15, 1934; 2 c. and description Apr. 
5; L 4593; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2684 

Stand up and cheer : story idea sug- 
gested by Will Rogers' & Philip 
Klein, dialogue by Ralph Spencej di- 
rected by Hamilton MacFadden. 9 
reels. © Mar. 23, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 25; L 4638; Fox Film 
corp.. New York. 2 165 

Story conference; no. 1665-66, story by 
Eddie Moran, A. D. Otvos & Cyrus 
Wood, directed by Roy Mack. 2 
reels. © Apr. 18, 1934: 2 c. and 
description Apr. IS ; L 4621 ; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2666 

Strange as it seems; no. 38, by John 
HiXi produced by Manny Nathan and 
Jerry Fairbanks. Reel. © Apr. 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; description Apr. 
13; L 4613; Universal pictures corp.. 
New York. 2667 

Success at any price; from the play 
Success, story by John Howard Law- 
son, screen play by John Howard 
Lawson and Howard J. Green, di- 
rected by J. Walter Ruben, 8 reels. 



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2689 



© Apr. 5 1934; 2 e. and description 
Apr. 5 ; L 4594 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2668 

Success story. See Success at any 
price. 

Tarzan and his mate; based upon the 
characters created by Edgar Rice 
Burroughs, screen play by James 
Kevin McGuinness, adaptation by 
Howard Emmett Rogers and Leon 
Gordon, directed by Cedric Gibbons. 
11 reels. © Apr. 13, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 27 ; L 4647 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2669 

This man is mine ; from the play Love 
flies in the window by Anne Morri- 
son Chapin, screen play by Jane 
Murfln, directed by Jobn Cromwell. 
S reels. © Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. and 
. description Apr. 5 ; L 4592 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

2679 

Those were the days ; no. 1623, di- 
rected by Roy Mack. Reel. © Apr. 
23, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
24; M 4715; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 2671 

Tibet, land of isolation. (A Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Mar. 
20, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 9 ; 
M 4686 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2672 

Trapped. See Vanishing (The) 
shadow. 

Trigger. See Spitfire. 

Trumpet (The) blows; from a story 
by Porter Emerson Browne and J. 
Parker Read, jr., screen play by 
Bartlett Cormack, directed by 
Stephen Roberts. 7 reels. © Apr. 
12, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 13; description 
Apr. 14; L 4614; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2673 

Uncertain lady ; from Harry Segall's 
play Behaviour of Mrs. Crane, adapt- 
ed by Daniel Evans and Don Ryan, 
screen play by George O'Neil and 
Doris Anderson, directed by Karl 
Freund. 7 reels. © Apr. 21, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 21 ; description Apr. 23 ; 
L 4629; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2674 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 2675-2680 



No. 225, 226. © Feb. 20, 23, 1934; 
2 c. and description each Apr. 4 ; 
M 4679, 4680. 

No. 227, 228. © Feb. 27, Mar. 2, 
1934 ; 2 c. each Apr. 12 ; descrip- 
tion each Apr. 10 ; M 4697, 4698. 

No. 229, 230. © Mar. 6, 9, 1934; 
2 c. each Apr. 23 ; description each 
Apr. 18 ; M 4710, 4711. 

Unknown (The) soldier speaks; by 
Jack Goldberg. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Mar. 28, 1934; 41 prints, 
reed. Apr. 13 ; M 4704 : Lincoln pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2681 

Vanishing ( The ) shadow ; story by 
Ella O'Neill, screen play by Het 
Manheim, Basil Dickey and George 
Morgan, directed by Louis Fried- 
lander. 2 reels each. © Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 2682-2685 

Chapter 1, Accused of murder. © 
Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 5; descrip- 
tion Apr. 6 ; L 4596. 

Chapter 2, The Destroying ray. © 
Apr. 16, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 17 ; L 4619. 

Chapter 3, The Avalanche. © Apr. 
19, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
20; L 4627. 

Chapter 4, Trapped. © Apr. 24„ 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 25 ; 
L 4637. 

Very (A) honorable guy; by Damon 
Runyon, screen play by Earl Bald- 
win, directed by Lloyd Bacon. 6 
reels. © Apr. 10, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 10: L 4601; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

2686 

Vincent Lopez and orchestra ; no. 1555, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Apr. 13, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 13 ; M 4700 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 2687 

We're not dressing; story by Benja- 
min Glazer, screen play by Horace 
Jackson, Francis Martin and George 
Marion, jr., directed by Norman 
Taurog. 8 reels. © Apr. 26, 1934 ; 
2 c. Apr. 26 ; description Apr. 27 ; 
L 4643 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2688 

Whirlpool; story by Howard Emmett 
Rogers, screen play by Dorothy 
Howell and Ethel Hill, directed by 
Roy William Neill. S reels. © Apr. 
9, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; description Apr. 
11 ; L 4603 ; Columbia pictures corp.. 
New York. 2689 



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Wild cargo; based on the famous 
book Wild cargo by Frank Buck 
with Edward S. Anthony, dialogue 
and narration by Courtney Ryley 
Cooper, directed by Armand Denis. 
9 reels. © Mar. 29, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 25; L 4642; Van 
Beuren Corp., New York. 2690 



You're telling rue ; screen play by 
Walter DeLeon and Paul M. Jones, 
adapted from the story by Julian 
►Street, dialogue by J. 1*. McEvoy, di- 
rected by Erie C. Kenton. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; description 
Apr. 7 ; L 4597 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2691 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934: 

Motion-picture photoplays 277 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 250 

Total 527 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 5 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in. four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D," Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, ar- 
ranged alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
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copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
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Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the na"mes of all copyright proprietors, the names 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Admiral's (The) daughter; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Gary Mueller 
[i. e. G. Mueller] © 1 c. May 16, 
1934; D 29327; Gerhard Mueller, 
Chicago. 2692 

Adventures (The) of Artie and Bert. 
See Optimists (The) 

Advice to the bride ; a monologue, by 
K. Summers. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing co. [1934] 6 p. 12mo. 
© May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; aff . 
May 25; AA 148057; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 2693 

Air castles ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by Austin Goetz. Minneapolis. 
Minn., 1934. 89 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© May 12, 1934; 2 c. May 14; D 
29168 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 2694 

Airways, inc. See Three plays. 

All over town ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
C. H. Gaver and P. Coldrick. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1934; D 29059; Claude H. 
Gaver and Patrick Coldrick, New 
York. 2695 

Alley (The) cat; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. A. Fowler. © 1 c. May 12. 
1934 ; D 29166 ; Laura Andrews Fow- 
ler, Long Beach, Calif. 2696 

Along came Dulcy ; cotton style show, 
by Mrs. Frank Vaughan (E. 
Vaughan) (c) 1 c. May 28, 1934; D 
29386 ; Emme Vaughan. Little Rock, 
Ark. 2697 

Amazing (The) woman; a drama in 3 
acts with a prologue, 3 episodes and 
an epilogue, by A. Du Bin. © 1 c. 
May 10, 1934; D 29126; Alexander 
Du Bin, Philadelphia. 2698 

Ambrosia and Zadylou ; episode 1, a 
radio skit, by E. L. W. Stewart. © 
1 c. May 9, 1934; D 29107; Eliza- 
beth Lapearl W. Stewart, Chicago. 

2699 

Another book of miniature plays; by 
well known authors, collected and 
edited by Theodore Johnson. Bos- 
ton. Walter H. Baker companv 
[1934] 159 p. 12mo. Contents.— 
Boccaccio's untold tale, by Harry 



Kemp. — The diabolical circle, by 
Beulah Bomstead. — Epilogue, by Ed- 
ward P. Goodnow. — The game of ad- 
verbs, by F. Anstey. — Illusions, by 
Dorothy Anderson Hoge. — The man 
who thought of everything, by E. N. 
Taylor. — Nearer, my God, to thee, 
by Marjorie Seligman. — Out of the 
darkness, by J. C. McMullen. — A 
professional visit, by Rudolph Ra- 
phael.— Silly Willy, by Clifford 
Bax. — The way the noise began, by 
Don and Bernice Knowlton. — A 
woman of to-day, by Bessie F. 
White. — A woman's touch, by Sada 
Cowan. © May 17, 1934 ; 2 c. May 
26; D 29357; Theodore Johnson, 
Boston. 2700 

Any of our lot ; a play in 4 acts, by O. 
Brooks. © 1 c. May 14, 1934; D 
29186; Olive Brooks, New York. 

2701 

Arms and a girl; a play in 3 acts, by 
Robert Ewing. © 1 c. May 5, 1934 ; 
D 29053 ; Robert Martin Ewing, New 
York. 2702 

As it should be ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Wagner. © 1 c. May 14, 1934; 
D 29176; Elby Wagner, Oakland, 
Calif. 2703 

At the family reunion ; a monologue, 
by Olive W. Fortenbacher. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing co. [1934] 6 p. 
12mo. © May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 
26 : aff. May 25 ; AA 148055 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 2704 

Audrey; a drama in 4 acts adapted 
from Mary Johnston's book, by M. 
Lichtenstein. © 1 c. May 29, 1934 ; 
D 29395; Minnie Lichtenstein, San 
Francisco. 2705 

Avenue A; scripts 1-10, a radio play, 
by Bob Nolan [i. e. R. Nolan] and 
A. Oboler. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1934; D 
29196 ; Robert Nolan and Arch Obo- 
ler, Chicago. 2706 

Babies and bridegrooms ; a comedy in 
3 acts, of contemporary soviet mor- 
als and manners, translated and 
adapted from the Russian of V. 
Shkvarkin, by C. Malamuth. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1934 ; D 29061 ; Charles Mal- 
amuth, Pasadena. 2707 



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lit. I. v. 7 



Bad penny; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Enhron. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1934; D 
29276 : Henry Ephron, New York. 

2708 

Bartered (The) bride; a comic opera 
in 3 acts [music by] Bedfich Sme- 
tana, the libretto by Karel Sabina. 
English translation by Libushka 
Bartusek. Chicago, 111. [1934] 
164 p. fol. © Apr. 7, 1934; 2 c. 
Apr. 9; D 28681 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on English translation, or- 
chestra cueing and musical revisions 
to fit English text] 2709 

Be this freedom; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Rutner and C. Schwartz. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1934 ; D 29281 ; Marc Rutner 
and Carlton Schwartz, New York. 

2710 

Beanie pulls a fast one: a comedy in 
1 act, by Leroy Rumsey. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company [1934] 
16 p. 16mo. © May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 26; D 29309; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 2711 

Beethoven's symphony ; a concert- 
drama in 1 act, by D. Deal. Text. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1934 ; D 29069 ; Dewey 
Deal, Colton, Calif. 2712 

Belle (The) of Baltimore; a play in 3 
acts, by George Hembert Westley. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27958 ; George 
Hippisley, Woburn, Mass. 2713 

Better days ; a Welsh play in 1 act, 
by Ronald Mitchell. © 1 c. May 8, 
1934; D 29079; Ronald Elwy Mitch- 
ell, New Haven. 2714 

Biarritz (The) affair; a play in 3 
acts, by Agnes Kerr. © 1 c. May 
23, 1934; D 29270; Agnes Mary 
Kerr, Greenwich, Conn. 2715 

Bin' money; a 3-act farce with music, 
book by S. J. and H. W. Treitel, 
music by Maria Devona, lyrics by 
Sy. Treitel. Text. © 1 c. May 14. 
1934; D 29175: Symon J. Treitel, 
New York. 2716 

Bill's night out; a monologue, by Olive 
W. Fortenbacher. Dayton, O., 
Paine publishing co. [1934] 7 p. 
12inp. © May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 
26; aff! May 25: A A 14805G; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 2717 

Birthday (A) gift for dad : a 1-act 
comedy, by Jeanette Power. Day- 
ton, O.. Paine publishing company 
[1934] 18 p. 16mo, © May 23. 
11)34: 2 c. May 2b - : D 29319; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dai ton, O. 2718 



Bis aufs messer. (The skin game); 
tragikomodie in 3 akten von John 
Galsworthy, autorisierte iiberset- 
aung aus clem englischen von Leon 
Schalit. Berlin retc] 1934. 131. 
[1] p. 12mo. © Feb. 23, 1034: 
1 c. May 1 ; D 29085; Paul Zsolnay 
verlag a.-g., Berlin. 2719 

Black of the moon; a play in 

by K. Millay. © 1 c. May 25, 1934| 
I) 250290; Kathleen Millay, New 
York. 2720 

Black orchid; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Elizabeth Forman 
I i.e. E. F. Stiles] © 1 c. May 12. 
1934; I) 29324; Elizabeth Forman 
utiles, New York. ^721 

Blanca Olmedo: novela drama 
adaptacidn para cinemat6grafo, jppr 

L. Gaiaoro de Medina. © 1 <■. Mar. 
3. 1984; D 29114; Lucila Gamero 
de Medina. Danli, Honduras - 

2722 

Blind alleys; a play in 3 acts, by L. 

Johns. © 1 c. May 9, 1934: D 

29259: Larry Johns. New York. 

2723 

Blirky. See Local color. 

Blood ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by I. Mor- 
genstern. © 1 c. May 5, 1934: D 
29052; Irvin Morgenstern, New 
York. 2724 

Bloody eve: or. The king is dead; a 
tragedy in 3 acts, by Miceal Walsh 
[pseud, of M. Wa'sh.] © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1934; D 2919S ; Michael Walsh. 
Oceanside, L.I., N.Y. 2725 

Plow, bugle, blow: a play in 3 a< ."s, b.\ 
J. Zucker and A. Kowel. © 1 c. 
Apr. 3, 1934; D 27996; Joseph 
Zucker and Abraham Kowel. Phila- 
delphia. 27S6 

Blue (The) bonnet; operetta in 2 acts, 
text and music by J. S. Fowler. © 

1 c. May 25, 1934; D 28682; Julia 
Spahgler Fowler, San Francisco. 

2727 

Born great; a play in 4 acts, with a 
prologue, by Mildred Hark. © 1 C 
May 7. 1934; D 29im;2: Mildred 
Bdrie Hark, Chicago. 2728 

Born lucky; a 3-act comedy, by Sam- 
uel s. Richmond. Boston [1934] 66 
p. diagr. 12mo. © May 22. 1934: 

2 e. May 20: !> 2!>3oT) : Wal r B 
Baker co.. Boston. 2729 

Bravo toro !' a play based on the life 
of Goya, the Spanish painter in 3 



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2750 



acts, by R. Wellman. © 1 c. May 
17, 1934: D 29213; Rita Wellman, 
New York. 2730 

Breaking (The) point; a play in 3 
acts, bv Sam Craiker [i.e. S. Crai- 
ker] © 1 c. May 26, 1934 ; D 29353 ; 
Samuel Craiker, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. 2731 

Brer Rabbit meets Tar Baby; a 1-act 
comedy adnpted from folklore of the 
southern Negro, by W. Dallas. © 
1 c. May 5, 1934; D 29045; Weaver 
Dallas, Thomaston, Ga. 2732 

Broadway (The) lover; a comedy in 
4 acts, by D. Pek. © 1 c. May 29, 
1934; D 29392; Desider Pek, Los 
Angeles. 2733 

.Butterfly (A) ; a study of the stars 
in screenland in 4 acts, by Hazel 
Rumsey [i.e. H. R. Wilson] © 1 c. 
May 7, 1934 ; D 29065 ; Hazel Rum- 
sey Wilson, Houston. 2734 

.By the soul you may bury. See Four 
comedies from the life of George 
Emery Blum. 

Cabbages and caviar ; a farce in 3 
acts, by Ellis Heath and Woodbury 
Carter [i.e. W. W. Carter jr.] © 
1 c. May 17, 1934; D 29409; Win. 
Woodbury Carter, jr., and Ellis K. 
Heath, Worcester. 2735 

.Calling all cars ; by Robson & Van 
Nostrand. episode 23. Murder at 
Southgate. © 1 c. May 7, 1934; D 
■29074; Don Lee Broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 2736 

episode 24, Little Phil Al- 

guin. © 1 c. May 21, 1934 ; D 29251 ; 
Don Lee broadcasting system, Los 
. Angeles. 2737 

episode 25. Seven words 

and a finger print. © 1 c. May 18, 
1934 ; D 29219 ; Don Lee broadcast- 
ing system, Los Angeles. 2738 

•Carl Shultz and Dr. Abrams ; a drama 
in 4 parts with epilogue, by M. 
Boros. © 1 c. May 4, 1934 ; D 29031 ; 
Morris Boros, New York. 2739 

;Cat (A) walks; a talking picture ver- 
sion of a stage play : Stage angel, 
by L. Carlson, adaptation for screen 
by author. © 1 c. May 21, 1934; 
D 29250; Linda Carlon, New York. 
2740> 

Catching a spy. See Three Cape Cod 
-plays. I 



Cavalcade (The) of years; a pageant 
of memories, by R. Harris. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1934; D 29304; Ruth Har- 
ris, Ycungstown, O. 2741 

Centaur's laugh ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by H. K. Moritz. © 1 c. May 5, 
1934; D 29054; Henry K. Moritz. 
New York. 2742 

Central relief; in 3 acts, by Mary 
Browne Donoho and M. Ling. © 
1 c. May 31, 1934 ; D 29419 ; Milton 
Ling, San Antonio. 2743 

Chameleon (The) ; episode 1, a radio 
serial, by H. W. Bull. © 1 c. May 
26, 1934; D 29332; Howard Wal- 
worth Bull, Los Angeles. 2744 

Charlotte Corday; a melodrama in 5 
scenes, by M. Doran. © 1 c. May 
25, 1934 ; D 29288 ; Marie Doran and 
Frank Doran, Jamaica, N. Y. 2745 

Chief French plays of the nineteenth 
century ; edited by Elliott M. Grant. 
New York, London, 1934. x, 934 p. 
front. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — 
Dumas (pere) : Henri III et sa 
cour. — Hugo : Hernani. — Ruy Bias.— 
Vigny : Chatterton. — Musset : On ne 
badine pas avec l'amour. — Dumas 
(fils) : La dame aux camelias. — Au- 
gier: Le gendre de M. Poirier. — 
Becque : Les corbeaux. — Brieux : La 
robe rouge. — Rostand : Cyrano de 
Bergerac. © May 16, 1934 ; 2 c. May 
16; aff. May 18; A 71672; Harper 
and brothers, New York. 2745* 

Christiano zwischen himmel unci holle ; 
schauspiel in 6 bildern, von Hans 
Jaray. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 29094 ; 
Theaterverlag Otto Eirich, g. m. b. 
h., Vienna. 2746 

Clap yo' hands ; by H. Gansell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1934 ; D 29102 ; Harry Gan- 
sell, Chicago. 2747 

Clive of India ; a play in 3 acts [by] 
W. P. Lipscomb and R. J. Minney. 
London, Victor Gollancz, ltd., 1934. 
120 p. 12mo. © Mar.jfl:; 1934 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 28; D 27957; William Percy 
Lipscomb and Rubeigh James Min- 
ney, London. 274S 

Close (A) shave; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ben Taylor [pseud, of] E. Kelly. 
© 1 e. May 1, 1934 ; D 27979 ; Ethel 
Kelley, New York. 2749 

Come on, Alfonso; a comedy in 1 act, 
by I. Dyer Kuenstler. Minneapolis, 
1934. 20 p. diagr. 8vo. © Apr. 
13, 1934 ; 2 c. May 5 ; D 29060 ; F. D. 
Siugler play co., Minneapolis. 2750 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Cotchecl in de basket trap ; a tragic- 
comedy adapted from folklore of the 
southern Negro, by W. Dallas. © 

1 c. May 5. 1934 ; D 29046 ; Weaver 
Dallas, Thomaston, Ga. 2751 

Crossroad ; a play in 3 acts, by L. A. 
Loshack. © 1 c. May 16, 1934; D 
29209 ; Louis A. Loshack, Flushing, 
L. I., N. Y. 2752 

Crowning the queen of fame ; a play 
in 1 act, by Rose L. Hamilton. 1934. 
4Sp. port. 12mo. © May 14, 1934 : 

2 c. May 18; D 29224 ; Rose L. Ham- 
ilton, Pendleton, Or. 2753 

Cuba libre ; an historical drama in 8 
scenes, by B. Ring. © 1 c. May 11, 
1934 ; D 29119 ; Barbara Ring, Miami 
Beach, Fla. 2754 

Damon gold; eine vision [von] Jo- 
hannes Herbold [pseud.] Leipzig, 
Kommissionsverlag O. Maier kom.- 
ges. [1933] 139 p. 8vo. © Nov. 
25, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934; D 
29156 ; Max AVilrodt-Schroder nachf ., 
Hamburg, Germany. 2755 

Dashing (The) widow; a comedy of 
marital mix-ups in 3 acts, by Charles 
Niggemeyer and F. Blocki. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1934; D 29195; C. A. Nigge- 
meyer and Fritz Blocki, Chicago. 
2756 

Day in June ; a comedy in 3 acts by 

C. Lapidus. © 1 c. May 7, 1934; 

D 29066 ; Cecelia Lapidus, Brooklyn. 

2757 

Day (A) in the country; by A. Patri. 
(The Cream of wheat program, An- 
gelo Patri, Apr. 15, 1934) © 1 c. 
May 14, 1934; D 29177; Angelo 
Patri, New York. 2758 

Daybreak ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
Burch Baker [i. e. F. G. Burch- 
Baker] © 1 c. May 29, 1934; D 
29405; Frank Glenn Burch-Baker, 
Pasadena. 2759 

Death is dead ; an operetta in 1 act, 
words and music by Henry Stock- 
bridge. © 1 c. May 7, 1934; D 
28683; Henry Black Stockbridse, 
Glendale, Calif. 2760 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
May 10, 1934. Wife for sale. © 
1 c. May 28, 1934 ; D 29378 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2761 

May 17, 1934. The jumping 

frog jubilee. © 1 c. May 28, 1934 ; 
D 29379; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 2762 



May 24. 1934. Interlude. © 

1 c. May 28, 1934 ; D 29380 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 2763 

May 31, 1934. Satan in Soda- 

ville. © 1 c. May 28, 1934 ; D 29381 ; 

Pacific coast borax Co., New York. 

2764 

Deep waters ; a Welsh play, by Ronald 
Mitchell. © 1 c. May 8, 1934; D 
29078; Ronald Elwy Mitchell, New 
Haven. 2765 

Delaware. See Touring America by 

plane. 

Delegates at large ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Madden and P. Dunning. © 
1 c. May 17, 1934 ; D 29369 ; Philip 
Dunning, Westport, Conn., and 
Harry Madden, New York. 2766 

Derby (The) hat; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. E. Freeman. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1934 ; D 29192 ; Mary Elizabeth Free- 
man, Rochester, N. Y. , 2767 

Deux (Les) amours; piece en 3 actes 
et 5 tableaux [par] Paul d'Herama 
[pseud, of P. Caillaud] Saint-Jean- 
d'Angely, Imprimerie A. Roge, 1933. 
100 p. front, (port.) 12 mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1933; 1 c. Oct. 2; D 29157; 
Paul Caillaud, Marsais (Charente- 
Inferieure) France. 2768 

Devil (The) and the lady: a play in 
3 acts, by A. V. Noel. © 1 c. Mav 
29. 1934; D 29397; Anne Van Wie 
Noel, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 2769 

Die (The) hard; a fanciful story in 3 
acts, by S. Armour. © 1 c. May 31, 
1934; D 29412; Stuart Armour, 
Philadelphia. 2770 

Diogenes pauses ; a 1-act play, by I. 
E. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; D 
29100; Irene Erickson Young. Whit- 
tier, Calif. 2771 

Disappearance (The) of Marianne 
Delorme ; a screen play in 10 scenes, 
by (Niunt L. Hamon. © 1 c. Mav 2. 
1934; D 27997; Count Louis Hamon. 
Hollywood, Calif. 2772 

Dix heures tapant ! sketch coinique 
[par] Jacques Yveline. Paris. 1034. 
16 p. 8vo. © Feb. 1, 1934: 1 c. 
Apr. 20; D 290S9 ; C. Joubert et 
cie., Paris. 2773 

Doctor Raven : a mystery plan in 3 
acts, by R. C. Schimmel. © 1 C. 
May 28. 1934: I) 29385; Robert C. 
Schimmel. Milton, Mass. 2774 

Doll's (A) dream (Sueno de una 
ruuneca) ; a musical fantasy in 1 act, 



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2796 



lyrics by Domingo N. Nava, music 
by Santiago O. Loredo. Recitation 
by Laura Rinehart Wilkinson. [Los 
Angeles, Calif., 1934] 7, [1] p. 4to. 
Caption-title. © May 10, 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 14; D 28680; Santiago Olquin 
Loredo, Los Angeles. 2775 

Don Juan ; piece en 3 actes et un pro- 
logue, par A. Obey. © 1 c. May 15, 
1934; D 29372; Andre Obey, Sevres 
(S. & O.) France. 2776 

Doomed; a play in 4 acts, by J. S. 
Zuckerbram. © 1 c. May 4, 1934; 
D 29042; Joseph S. Zuckerbram, 
Brooklyn. 2777 

Dorf (Das) und die menschheit; 
schauspiel in 3 akten. von Juliane 
Kay. © 1 c. May 9, 1934 ; D 29142 ; 
Biihnenverlag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. 
b. b., Berlin. 2778 

Dossy's pink Christmas; by Lettie C. 
Van Derveer. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1934] 18 p. 16mo. 
© May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 26; D 
29316; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
2779 

Double cross. See First nighter. 

Double jeopardy; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by J. P. Parsons. © 1 c. May 
1, 1934 ; D 27971 ; John Palmer Par- 
sons, Flushing, N. Y. 2780 

Dove (The) ; a drama in 4 acts and 
an epilogue, by Grace Rosaaen Sie- 
fert. © 1 c. May 31, 1934 ; D 29416 ; 
Grace Christine Siefert, Oakland, 
Calif. 2781 

Dream of love. See Gethsemane. 

Drink (The) in the body. See Four 
comedies from the life of George 
Emery Blum. 

Easy money. See First nighter. 

Ecole ( L' ) des contribuables ; piece en 
3 actes, de Lfouis] Verneuil [pseud, 
of L. Collin] et G. Berr. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1934; D 29370; Georges 
Berr, Paris, and Louis Collin, Bou- 
logne (Seine) France. 2782 

Egoismi; lavoro cinematografico, in 2 
tempi, di V. Montefusco. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1934; D 29104; Vincenzo 
Montefusco, Naples. 2783 

Escape from women ; a romantic com- 
edy drama in 3 acts, by S. Shipman 
and N. Twomey. © 1 c. May 24, 
1934 ; D 29285 ; Samuel Shipman and 
Neil Twomey, New York. 2784 



Ethics in ether; or, Hell, I'm well, 
a satire-comedy in 3 acts, by M. M. 
Griffith. © 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 
27977; Mary Matlock Griffith, New 
York. 2785 

Eugene Aram ; a dramatization in 5 
acts, from the dialogue in Lord Bul- 
wer Lytton's novel, by C. O. Fischer. 
© 1 c. May 7, 1934 ; D 29064 ; Charles 
O. Fischer, University City, Mo. 

2786 

Every man a god ; a drama in 3 acts, 

by R. Cross. © 1 c. May 29, 1934; 

D 29403 ; Ruth Cross, Winsted, Conn. 

2787 

Exploring the island. See Knights of 
the road. 

Facts (The) of life; by D. Freedman. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1934; D 29207; 
David Freedman, New York. 2788 

Fair tomorrow ; or, Tell it not in 
Gath, a play in a prologue, 3 acts, 
and an epilogue, by G. K. Bishop. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1934; D 29302; 
George Kirtland Bishop, Poland, O. 
2789 

False pretense ; a play in 9 parts, by 
Clara Nash [i. e. C. N. Creekmore] 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1934 ; D 29072 ; Clara 
Nash Creekmore, Norfolk, Va. 2790 

Fifteen francs for a dollar ; in 3 acts, 
by R. M. Woodward. © 1 c. May 
31, 1934; D 29413; Ruth Margaret 
Woodward, New York. 2791 

Fire brand. See Three Cape Cod plays- 
First case, in re Filligree. See Larks 
the lawyer. 

First nighter ; radio broadcast. May 
4, 1934. Double cross, by Agnes I. 
Ridgway. © 1 c. May 4, 1934; D 
29036 ; Campana sales CO., Batavia, 
111. 2792 

May 11, 1934. Easy money, 

by Darrell Ware. © 1 c. May 10, 
1934; D 29125; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2793 

May 18, 1934. The stranger, 

by Earl Fox. © 1 c. May 16, 1934 ; 
D 29203; Campana sales co., Bata- 
via, 111. 2794 

May 25, 1934. Noon whip- 
poor-will, by Walter Greenough. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1934 ; D 29283 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 2795 

First they whisper; a satirical com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Harold Rosenblatt 
and A. M. Ash. © 1 c. May 7, 1934 ; 
D 29274; A. Montague Ash, New 
York. 2796 



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Moating (The) island; a comedy of 
the future in 4 acts, by Bi. J. J. Mac- 

Keown. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1934; D 
29257; Michael John Joseph Mac- 
Keown, Dublin, Ireland. 2797 

Floor walkers ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Francisco and G. L. Graves. 
© 1 c. May 4. 1934; D 29240; Geo. 
Lewis Graves and Hale Francisco, 
New York. 2798 

Florida. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Flu in France ; a comedy, by J. D. 
Addison. © 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 
27976 ; Julia Dulany Addison, Brook- 
line, Mass. 2799 

Fools fall in love; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. J. Huber. © 1 c. May 25, 
1934; D 29303; Louis J. Huber, Al- 
toona, Pa. 2800 

Fool's sold ; by Lew B. Wallace. 
[1934] [16] p. 8vo. caption-title. 
© Apr. 30, 1934; 2 c. May 2: D 
279S5; Lew Barrington Wallace. 
Sharon Center, O. 2801 

For a sunbeam ; a play in 3 acts, 
br W. N. Fuqua. © 1 c. May 15. 
1934; D 29185; Wm. Nelson Fuqua, 
Chicago. 2802 

For men only ; a musical comedy pre- 
sentation, by Geo. X. White [pseud, 
of G. W. Weiss] Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
11, 1934; D 27995; George William 
Weiss, San Francisco. 2803 

Forever young; a play in 2 acts, by 
M. Strange. © 1 c. May 12, 1934; 
D 29167; Michael Strange, New 
York. 2804 

Fortune Heights. See Three plays. 

Forty winters; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Allensworth, jr. © 1 e. Apr. 26, 
1934; D 29099; Carl Allensworth, jr., 
New Haven. 2805 

Fair comedies from the life of George 
Emery Blum ; by Virgil Geddes. 
Brookfield. Conn., The Brookfield 
players, inc.. 1934. 166 p. plates. 
8vo. Contents. — In the tradition. — 
I have seen myself before. — The 
drink in the body. — By the soul you 
may bury. © Apr. 26, 1934 : 2 c. and 
aff. May 1; A 71449; Virgil Geddes. 
Brookfield, Conn. 2805* 

Fourth (The) hand; a 1-act play; by 
Edith Lombard Squires. Newark, 
N. J., Mayfair producing company. 
1934. 2 p. 1., 21 numb. 1. 4to. © 



Mar. 15, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 16; D 29190; 
Edith Lombard Squires, Richmond, 
Ind. 2806 

Fran-US-A; a drama in 7 acts,- by 

H. G. Steven. © 1 c. May 4, 1934; 

D 29017; H. G. Steven, Los Angeles. 

2807 

Free lance : a play in 3 acts, bv < 5. R. 
Gould. © 1 c. May 26, 1934; D 
29387; Clarence Reid Gould. Troy, 
N.Y. 2808 

Frenon und seine tocbter ; ein snick 
aus der gegenwart in 5 bildern. von 
Max Monato. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; 
D 29146; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher buhnenschriftsteller und 
biihnenkomponisten, g. in. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 2809 

Fridolin; or, The walk to the iron- 
foundry, a drama in 5 acts, by W. 
Polgar, based on Friedrich von 
Schiller's poem, © 1 c. Apr. 26. 
1934; D 27877; William Polgar, >ew 
York. 2810 

Friedrich List: ein deutsches pro- 
phetenleben in 3 aufzugen [v«n] 
Walter v. Molo. Berlin [etc.] 1934. 
91, [1] p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 
25, 1934 ; 1 c. May 1 : D 29087 : Paul 
Zsolnay verlag a.-g., Berlin. 2BM 

Galileo Galilei; a drama in 4 acts, by 
Gaetano Monticini. translated by 
Lucia Mazzella. © 1 c. May 29. 
1934; D 294(Kl: Armando Ceimer- 
azzo. New Yolk. 2812 

Galosclien (Die) des plucks : eine mu- 
sikalische komodie in 2 teilen, vim 
Kiaus Rid iter, musik von Otto 
Urack. Text. © 1 c. Apr, 7, 1934: 
D 27904; Neue biihnenverlag im Ver- 
lag fiir kulturpolitik, a. in. b. li.. 
Berlin. 2813 

Garbage man. See Three plays. 

Gas station: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Ruben. © 1 c. May 11. 1934: D 
29150; Alexander Ruben. Los An- 
geles. ' 2S14 

Georgia. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Geraniums in my window; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Samuel Ornitz and V. 
Caspary. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1934; D 
29117: Sadie Lessor Ornitz and Vera 
Gaspary, Los Angeles. 2815 

Gethsemane; or. A dream of love, in 
:: acts, by I'. A. Cameron. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20. 1934: D 29408: Perce Al- 
exander Cameron, Sidney. Australia. 
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Ghost (The) of Deepclene; a mystery 
play for girls, by Rebecca Rice. 
Dayton, O.. Paine publishing com- 
pany [1934] 29 p. cliagr. 16mo. 
© May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 26; D 
29320; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
2817 

Gift (The) of song; the life and songs 
of Stephen Collins Foster in 4 acts, 
by J. Dransfield. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1934; D 29101: Jane Dransfield, 
Livingsronville, N.T. 2818 

Girl (The) from Madame's; a comedy- 
drama cf modern life in 3 acts, by 
W. H. Clifford. © 1 c. May 7, 1934 ; 
D 29063; William Henry Clifford, 
New York. 2819 

Girls of our country ; a lyrical comedy 
in 4 acts with prologue, by E. Miki- 
tenko, translated from the Russian 
by M. Rudolph. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1934 ; D 27983 ; Marguerita Rudolph. 
Philadelphia. 2820 

God of our fathers ; a 1-act plav. by 
I. B. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1934; 
D 29350; Irene Erickson Young, 
Whittier, Calif. 2S21 

Golden (The) goose; a play for chil- 
dren in 3 acts, by M. M. Ward. © 
1 c. May 21, 1934; D 29231; Mar- 
garet Monroe Ward, San Marino, 
Calif. 2822 

Golden (The) toy; a musical play in 
3 acts, text by Ludwig Berger and 
Carl Zuckmayer, music by Aloys 
Melichar and Herbert Griffiths. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1934; D 28675; Coli- 
seum syndicate, limited, London. 

2823 

Golden (The) treasure; a play in 3 
acts, by Charlotte Scoones. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1934; D 29034; Charlotte 
E. Scoones, Peoria, 111. 2824 

Goody's invitation ; a primary play. 
(Written for and presented by the 
Children's civic theatre of Chicago, 
Illinois) by Carolyn Barr. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company [1934] 
10 p. 12mo. © May 17, 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 19 ; D 29221 ; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 2825 

Great (The) lady lawyer; by D. B. 
Justus. © 1 c. May 5, 1934; D 
29051; Doris Barton Justus, San 
Francisco. 2826 

Green carnations ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by M. Hay and C. Sabin. © 1 c. 



May 5, 1934; D 29057; Mary Hay 
and Charles Sabin, New York. 

2827 

Grosse (Der) Karaman ; eine drama- 
tische dichtung in 3 biihnenvor- 
gangen, von Heinrich Lilienfein. © 
1 c. May 1. 1934; D 29093; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
buhnerisdfirift'stelier und buhnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

282S 

Gypsy moon ; script 1, by M. H. Loeb. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1934; D 29218; 
Madeleine H. Loeb, New York. 

2829 

Hannibals week end ; a musical-vaude 
and radio skit, text and music by 
Rocco Tennylynn [pseud, of G. L. 
Webster] and M. McCurdy. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4. 1933; D 28674; George La- 
mont Webster, Independence, Mo., 
and Margaret McCurdy. Kansas 
City, Mo. 2830 

He couldn't say no ; a 1-act farce, by 
Leroy Rumsey. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company [1934] 13 p. 
16mo. © May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; 
D 29315 ; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton. 
2831 

Heart bum ; by Frances Lockwood. © 
1 c. May 17, 1934 ; D 292:17 ; Frances 
C. Lockwood, New York. 2832 

Hedda Grothaus; story and scenario 
for a talking picture, by G. C. Beitel. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1934 ; D 29127 ; Ger- 
trude Cahill Beitel, New York. 

2833 

Heidi ; a cinema play in 3 acts7 by S, 
R. Popov, from the original German 
story, by Joanna Spyri, and from 
the English translation, by Helen B. 
Dole. © 1 c. May 12, 1934 ; D 29328 ; 
Susan Rosenstiel Popov, Freeport, 
111. 2834 

Heigh-ho Delilah ; a play in 5 scenes, 
by S. B. Harrison. © 1 c. May 22, 
1934 ; D 29254 ; Samuel B. Harrison, 
Los Angeles. 2835 

Heimkehr (Die) des Matthias Brack ; 
schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von Sig- 
mund Graff. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 
29096; Oesterheld & co., Berlin. 

2836 

Hell, I'm well. See Ethics in ether. 

Helmsmen ! ; episode 1, Sinking of the 
Birkenhead, a radio series, by H. W. 
Bull. © 1 c. May 26, 1934 ; D 29334 ; 
Howard Walworth Bull, Los An- 
geles. 2S37 



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pt. i, v. 7 



Heloise and Abelard ; a love tragedy 
in 5 acts and epilogue, by W. 0. Ho- 
dapp. © 1 c. May 28, 1934; D 
29377; William Carrithers Hodapp. 
Louisville. 2838 

Heloise and Abelard, their love; a 
play in 2 acts, by F. Thon. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1934; D 29232; Frederick 
Thon, New Haven. 2839 

Henry Palmer ; a play in 2 acts, by 
S. B. Hobbs. © 1 c. May 16, 1934; 
D 29404; Stephen Bertram Hobbs. 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 2840 

Her pi atonic progeny ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Corrigan, jr. © 1 c. May 21, 
1934; D 29245; Emmett Corrigan, 
jr., Hollywood, Calif. 2841 

Hermit's house ; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by Claudia Harris. Boston 
F1934] 71 p. diagr. 12mo. © May 
18, 1934: 2 c. May 26; D 29364: 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2842 

High time; a comedy in 3 acts, by R. 
Smith. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934; D 
29112; Robinson Smith. W. Hart- 
ford, Conn. 2843 

Higher (The) love [and] When love 
runs wild; [by Ezekiel Leavitt. 
Brooklyn N. Y., Monarch printing 
& publishing co., 1934] 234 p. 16mo. 
© May 7, 1934; 2 c. May 12; D 
29321; Ezekiel Leavitt, Brooklyn, 
2844 

Hiring the teacher in Sleepy Valley ; 
a play, by E. F. Evans. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1934; D 29004; Everett F. 
Evans, Ridgeway, Mo. 2845 

His first love ; a 1-act comedy, by Ber- 
tie Badger Moyers. Boston [1934] 
24 p. 12mo. © May 17, 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 26 ; D 29365 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2846 

His golden hour ; a comedy in 3 acts, j 
by Carl Krivack [i. e. C. Krivacek] 
© 1 c. May 28, 1934 ; D 29388 ; Carl 
Krivacek, Los Angeles. 2847 

His side of the bed; a play in 3 acts. 
by E. McNamee. © 1 c. May 16, 
1934; D 29202; Edward McNamee, 
New York. 2848 

Hither summer; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
B. Levine. © 1 c. May 7, 1934: 
D 29068; Benjamin Levine, Brook- 
lyn. 2849 

Hollywood (The) adventures of Mr. 
Dibble and Mr. Dabble ; chapter 1, a 
radio serial comedy, by Carroll Gra- 



ham and G. Graham. © 1 c. Apr. 
10. 1934 ; D 29011 ; Garrett Graham, 
Whittier, Calif. 2850 

Hollywood agent ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. J. Kaye. © 1 c. May 9, 1934 ; 
D 29109 ; Stanley J. Kaye, Boston. 

2851 

Home sweet home. See Simple Si- 
mon. 

Honeymoon deferred ; a play with mu- 
sic in 4 acts and a prologue, by H. 
C. Hiller. © 1 c. May 2, 1934; D 
28679; Herman C. Hiller, Oakland, 
Calif. 2S52 

Horst Wessel. See Stunner ! 

House (The) next door; a play in 3 
acts, by Pat O'Mara [i. e. P. 
O'Mara] © 1 c. May 28, 1934; D 
29411 : Patrick O'Mara, Baltimore. 

House (The) of life: a play in 3 acts, 
by J. P. Read. © 1 c. May 10, 1934 ; 
D 29122; John Pampell Read. 
Minneapolis. 2854 

Hunt the man : a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Kahler. © 1 c. May 15. 1934: 
D 29187 : Wood Kahler, New York. 

2S55 

Hurricane: a play in 3 acts, by M. 
M. Morgan. © 1 c. May 26. 1934; 
D 29354; Mary Marshall Morgan. 
Roland Park, Baltimore. 2856 

I have seen myself before. See Four 
comedies from the life of George 
Emery Blum. 

I'll never love again ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Sirota. © 1 c. May 22, 1934 ; 
D 29256 ; Elsie Sirota. New York. 

2857 

I was blind but now I see; a drama 
in 3 acts, by E. Y. Norder. © 1 c. 
May 4. 1934; D 29040; Erma V. 
Norder, Juda, Wis. 2858 

Ideal (The) book for spring enter- 
tainments ; by Ella B. Johnson and 
Ella L. Ottun. A collection of drills, 
dialogues recitations and panto- 
mimes for the grades. Minneapolis, 
Minn.. 1934. 72 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
25. 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; aff. May 21 : 
A A 148312; Northwestern press. 
Minneapolis. 2859 

If this be treason; a play in 3 acts, 
by Philip Barber. © 1 c. May 8, 
1934 ; D 290S3 ; Philip Willson Bar- 
ber. New York. 2S60 



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Illusionist (The) ; a play in 3 acts and 
a prologue, by Joseph Majur. ©lc. 
May 4. 1934 ; D 29033 ; Joseph Wm. 
Majur, Detroit. 2861 

In honest love ; a play in 3 acts and 
a prologue, by E. Cronhiiner. © 1 
c. May 5, 1934 ; D 29055 ; Elsie Cron- 
hiiner, New York. 2862 

In memoriam ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Bohanon. © 1 c. May 31, 1934; 
B 29417; Paul Bohanon, Shaker 
Heights, O. 2863 

In riie tradition. See Four comedies 
from the life of George Emery Blum. 

Inferior complex; by Jacqueline Ray- 
mond [pseud, of J. Matrunola] © 
1 c. May 4, 1934; D 29038; Jose- 
phine Matrunola, Long Island City, 
N. Y. 2864 

Infinite (The) variety; a play in 3 
acts, by F. Huff, jr. © 1 c. May 4, 
1934; D 29016; Forrest Huff, jr.. 
Woodhaven, L. I., N. Y. 2865 

Injustice to humanity ; by Jacqueline 
Raymond [pseud, of J. Matrunola] 
© 1 c. May 4, 1934 ; D 29039 ; Jose- 
phine Matrunola, Long Island City. 
N. Y. 2866 

Inspired (The) Lily; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Don Valentine [pseud, of 
D. V. Harwood] © 1 c. May 21, 
1934 ; D 29249 ; Don Valentine Har- 
wood, New York. 2867 

Interlude. See Death Valley days. 

International (An) scene; a play, by 
A. M. Blackaller, jr. © 1 c. May 24, 
1934 ; D 29282 ; Arthur M. Blackaller, 
jr., New York. 2868 

Interviewing Queenie Smith ; by John 
S. Williams. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1934; 
D 29236; Cleveland B. Chase co., 
New York. 2869 

Invisible (The) mayor ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by E. K. Lockwood. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1934 ; D 29269 ; Ethel Keifer 
Lockwood, Los Angeles. 2870 

Irish (An) luncheon; a comedy in 1 
act, by K. Norris and Chester Wing 
Barker. © 1 c. May 29, 1934; D 
29401; Kathleen Norris. Palo Alto, 
Calif. 2871 

It's just her way ; a monologue, by O. 
W. Fortenbacher. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing co. [1934] 6 p. 12mo. © 
May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; aff . Mav 
25; AA 14S058; Lurten M. Paine. 
Dayton, O. 2872 



Jane and her mother ; episodes 1-4, 
by L. B. Barratt and Helena Smith 
Dayton. © 1 c. May 19, 1934; D 
29225 ; Louise Bascom Barratt, New 
York. 2873 

Jane Eyre; a play in 4 acts, adapted 
from the novel of Charlotte Bronte, 
by A. L. Lebeson. © 1 c. May 28, 
1934; D 29382; Anita L. Lebeson. 
Winnetka, 111. 2874 

Jealousy; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat corporation, Angelo Patri 
program, Mar. 18, 1934) © 1 c. 
May 26, 1934; D 29289; Angelo 
Patri, New York. 2875 

Jig saw ; a comedy, by Dawn Powell. 
New York, Farrar & Rinehart, inc. 
[1934] 6 p. 1., 3-182 n. 12mo. © 
May 22, 1934 ; 2 c. May 24 ; D 29367 ; 
Dawn Powell, New York. 2876 

John Alden and Priscilla. See John 
speaks for himself. 

John speaks for himself ; a modern 
version of the famous story of John 
Alden and Priscilla, by Marie Irish. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany [1934] 13 p. 16mo. © May 
23, 1934; 2 c. May 26; D 29318: 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 2S77 

Juden in ketten ; schauspiel in 3 akten, 
von J. Delmont. © 1 c. May 3, 1934 : 
D 29241; Joseph Delmont, Bad 
Pistyan, Czecho-Slovakia. 2878 

Julius Caesar II; a farce-drama in 
prologue, 2 acts, and epilogue, with 
music, by Millard Thomas and F. 
Kingsley, musical score by M. Gal- 
weston Thomas. Text. © 1 c. May 
19, 1934; D 29233; Millard G. 
Thomas, New York, and Frank 
Kingsley, Brooklyn. 2879 

Jumping (The) frog jubilee. See 
Death Valley days. 

Jungle (The) near our home. (The 
zoological parks) ; a playlet in 1 
act, by Daniel Caldwell Long. © 
1 c May 4, 1934; D 29015; Colfax- 
Long productions, Washington. 2880 

Just another woman; a 1-act play, 

by J. Ardrey. © 1 c. May 11, 1934 : 

D 29151 ; Josephine Ardrey, Chicago. 

28SI 

Kidnappers (The) ; a 1 act play, by 
L. L. Worth [pseud, of Amos D. 
Ellsworth] Newark, N. J., Mayfai 
producing eo., 1934. 3 p. 1.. 20 
numb. 1. 4to. © Mar. 5. 1934 : 2 el 
Mar. 29; D 29044; Amos D. Ells- 
worth, Plainview, Tex. 2SS2 



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pt. i, v. 7 



King Christophe; a tragedy in 3 acts, 
by H. C English. © 1 c. May 14, 
1934: D 29172; Herbert Clyde Eng- 
lish, Cleveland. 2883 

King is dead. See Bloody eve. 

King's (The) highway; episode 1, ra- 
dio program, by H. W. Bull. © 
1 c. May 26, 1934 ; D 29333 ; Howard 
Walworth Bull, Los Angeles. 2884 

Klein Dorrit ; singspiel in 3 akten von 
Richard Kessler (nach Franz von 
Schonthan) (mit benutzung des ro- 
mans von Charles Dickens) Musik 
von Eduard Kunneke. Vollstiind- 
iger klavierauszug mit text. Berlin, 
1934. 160 p. fol. © Feb. 23, 1934 ; 
1 c. May 10; D 28676; Charivari 
musikverlag, g. m. b. h.. Berlin. 

2885 

Knights of the road; by John S. Wil- 
liams. Exploring the island. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1934 ; D 29238 ; Cleveland 
B. Chase co., New York. 2886 

Subway episode. © 1 c. Apr. 

19, 1934; D 29237; Cleveland B. 
Chase co., New York. 28S7 

Krishna Kumari ; a Hindu drama in 
1 act, based on legendary history, 
by J. D. Addison. © 1 c. May 1. 
1934; D 27974; Julia Dulany Ad- 
dison. Brookline, Mass. 2888 

Landliche werbung ; komodie in 3 zwie- 
gespraehen, von Bernard Shaw. 
deutsch von Siegfried Trebitsch. © 
1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 29095 ; S. Fischer 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 2889 

Land's end ; a play in 3 acts, by F. L. 
Lucas. © 1 c. May 26, 1934; D 
29331 ; Leon M. Lion, London. 2890 

Larks the lawyer; First case, in re 
Filligree, an animated operatic, car- 
toon serial, by J. Hagan. Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1934; D 27990; John 
Hagan, New York, and Raymond 
Cure, Belleville, N. J. 2891 

Last (The) rung; scenario of a play 
in 4 acts, by H. Klepac. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1934; D 27991; Hermine 
Klepac, Beacon, N. Y. 2892 

Laugh court; episode no. 1, by Red 
Corcoran. © 1 C. May 7. 1934; D 
29073; Don Lee broadcasting system. 
Los Angeles. 2893 

Laughing (The) woman; a play [by] 
Gordon Daviot [pseud, of Elizabeth 
Mackintosh] London, Victor Gol- 
lancz, ltd., 1934. 103 p. 12mo. © 



Apr. 23, 1934 ; 1 c. May 23 ; D 29356 ; 
Elizabeth Mackintosh, Inverness, 
Scotland. 2894 

Laurels (The) are cut; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Kennedy. © 1 e. May 
25, 1934; D 29295; Mary Kennedy, 
New York. 2895 

Leopard's (The) spots : a play in a 
prologue, 2 acts, and an epilogue, 
by Edward A. Brand [pseud, of E. A. 
Brav] © 1 c. May 3, 1934 ; D 29235 ; 
Ernest Allan Brav, Philadelphia. 

2896 

Let's elope; a 1-act farce, by Paul 
S. McCoy. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1934] 13 p. 16mo. 
© May 23, 1934; 2 c May 25; D 
29307; Lurten M. Paine. Dayton, O. 
2897 

Life's a lottery ; a comedy in 3 acts. 
by John Wolcott. © 1 c. May 7. 
1934; D 29067; Jack Montgomery 
Wolcott, New York. 2898 

Life (The) we live; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. N. Greaves. © 1 c. May 23. 
19.34; D 29271: George Nathaniel 
Greaves, Elmhurst. L. I.. X. Y. 2899 

Lift up your hearts ; a play in 3 acts, 
bv J. F. Keleher. © 1 c. May 12. 
1934; D 29193; James F. Keleher. 
Elmhurst. X. Y. 2900 

Lilac (The) fair: a pageant play in 
14 scenes, written and dire, ted bv 
K. Reynolds. © 1 c. May 28, 1934; 
D 29390; Katharine Reynolds, Lom- 
bard, 111. 2901 

Lines and spaces ; episodes 16-19. bv 
C. H. Cable. © 1 c. each May 25, 
1934: 1) 29298-29301; Clarence 
Henry Cable. Norwalk, Conn. 

291)2-29!).-, 

Little (The) Duchess; by M. Connellv. 
© 1 c. May 26, 1934: D 29384; Marc 
Connelly, New York. 2906 

Little (A) folly; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. E. Duffy. © 1 c. Mav 22, 
1934; D 291:42; Alice Eugenia Duffy, 

San Francisco. U'.mT 

Little (The) lame Prince; a fantasy 
for marionettes in 3 acts, bv L. C. 
Scott. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 : 1 > 29273 : 
Lottie Claire Scott. Pittsburgh. 

2908 

Little Phil Alguin. Sec Calling all 
cars. 

Live and learn; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Hortense Lyon | pseud, of 
H. L. Jacobs] © 1 c. May 4, 1934 ; 



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2929 



D 29058 ; Hortense Lion Jacobs, New 
York. 2909 

Local color ; a comedy drama in 5 epi- 
sodes, by Nelle Miller [i. e. N. M. 
Corkum] and Cora Crum. Rev. from 
copyrighted play: Blinky. © 1 c. 
May 12, 1934 ; D 29165 ; Nelle Miller 
Corkum, Ocean Park, Calif., and 
Cora Elsie Crum, Topanga, Calif. 
2910 

Lockende (Die) flamme; romantiscbes 
singspiel in 8 bildern von Paul Knep- 
ler unci I. M. Welleminsky, musik 
von Eduard Kiinneke. Regiebucb. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 29097; Al- 
legro tbeaterverlag, g. m. b. b., Ber- 
lin. 2911 

Lone Rapier (The) ; no. 1, by V. J. 
Dempsey. © 1 c. May 31, 1934 ;-D 
29414; Vincent J. Dempsey, Cleve- 
land. 2912 

Longshot ; episode 1, a radio program, 
by E. P. Scbager. © 1 c. May 2, 
1934 ; D 27998 ; Edward P. Schager, 
Wilmette, 111. 2913 

Loose moments; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Savage and Bertram Hobbs. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1934 ; D 291S8 Court- 
ney Savage, White Plains, N. Y. 

2914 

Loma Doone; a romantic play in 5 
scenes, adapted from R. D. Black- 
more's story by M. Doran. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1934; D 29402; Marie Do- 
ran and Frank Doran, Jamaica, 
N. Y. 2915 

Lost horizons; a play in 3 parts, by 
Harry Segall. New version by J. 
Hayden. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1934; D 
29197; John Hayden, Woodside, L. 
I., N. Y. 2916 

Louisiana ; an operetta in 2 acts, 
libretto by R. Carlton, music by E. 
M. McLennan. Libretto & music, 
Act I. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934 ; Music, 
Act. II, © 1 c. Apr. 21; D 28678; 
Edith Marjorie McLennan and Ruth 
Carlton, Shreveport, La. 2917 

Lovable (The) liar; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. E. Freeman. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1934; D 29191; Mary E. Freeman, 
Rochester, N. Y. 2918 

Love (The) nest locator; a farce com- 
edy in 3 acts, by S. H. Matlock. © 
1 c. May 7, 1934; D 29103; Susan 
Hyman Matlock, San Antonio. 2919 



a farce comedy in 4 acts, by S. H. 

Matlock. © 1 c. May 15, 1934; D 
29181; Susan Hyman Matlock, San 
Antonio. 2920 

Love on the dole; a play in 3 acts, 
based on W. (Greenwood's novel, by 
R. Gow and W. Greenwood. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1934 ; D 29214 ; Ronald Gow, 
Bowdon, Cheshire, England, and 
Walter Greenwood, Salford, Lan- 
cashire, England. 2921 

Love slaves ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Adolph Pere de fils [pseud, of A. 
Cohen] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1934; D 
27994; Adolph Cohen, Tannersville, 
N. Y. 2922 

Love (A) story; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Kalmanowitz. 

.tPtmjoxaVxp .n pa wh x ps ywpyi h 

© 1 c. May 8, 1934 ; D 29084 ; Harry 
Kalmanowitz, Brooklyn. 2923 

Loves (The) of Casanova; a play in 2 
acts with a prologue, by H. S. Kraft. 
© 1 c. May 3, 1934 ; D 29005 ; Hyman 
S. Kraft, New York. 2924 

Lucedia ; legende aus heidnischer zeit 
in einem vor spiel und 3 akten. 
Dichtung von Karl Flaster und G. 
M. Sala. tlbersetzt und fur die 
deutschen biihnen bearbeitet von 
Hans F. Redlich. Musik von Vitto- 
rio Giannini. Vollstandiger klavier- 
auszug mit text von Otto Linde- 
mann. Berlin, 1934. 2 v. [Libretto] 
12mo. [Vocal score] fol. © Jan. 
2, 1934; 1 c. May 10; D 28677; Drei 
masken musik g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

2925 

Lullaby (A) cruise; by F. D. Cooper. 
© 1 c. May 26, 1934 ; D 29291 ; Fran- 
ces Douglass Cooper, Pasadena. 

2926 

Lupita ; a play in 3 acts, by E. W. De- 
Huff. © 1 c. May 3, 1984 ; D 29000 ; 
Elizabeth Willis DeHuff, Santa Fe, 
N. M. 2927 

Mad morning ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. Hurlbut. © 1 c. May 12, 1934; 
D 29159; Gladys Hurlbut, Wood- 
stock, N. Y. 2928 

Manner (Die) sind mal so . . . mu- 
sikalischer schwank in 3 akten von 
Halton [i. e. Theo. Halton] und 
Rideamus [pseud, of Fritz Oliven] 
Musik von Walter Kollo. Text. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1934 ; D 29145 ; Verlag 
und vertrieb a.-g. (Edition Vuvag) 
Berlin. 2929 



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2930 



Pt. 



Magician (The) ; by L. C. Jones. © 
1 c. May 21, 1934; D 29247; Laflin 
C. Jones, Milwaukee. 2930 

Make me laugh ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Fahey. © 1 c. May 12, 1934 ; D 
29164; Michael Fahey, Brooklyn. 

2931 

Man (The) ; or, Napoleon at St. Hel- 
ena, a play in 3 acts, by B. Sokoloff. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1934 ; D 29149; Boris 
Sokoloff, New York. 2932 

Man (The) who saw death; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Victor Etimiu, transla- 
tion by A. A. Kraushaar. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1934; D 29268; Arnold A. 
Kraushaar, Hollywood, Calif. 2933 

Manhattan taxi ; a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts, by M. Davis and R. L. 
Buckner. © 1 c. May 22, 1934; D 
29255; Mallory Davis, New York, 
and Robert L. Buckner, Goshen, 
N. Y. 2934 

Martinique (A) romance (Rene et Lo- 
lotte) ; a play in 4 acts, by M. H. 
Wiborg. © 1 c. May 4, 1934; D 
292,80; Mary Hoyt Wiborg, New 
York. 2935 

Maryland. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Mary's lesson; a primary play. (Writ- 
ten for and presented by the 
Children's civic theater of Chicago, 
Illinois) by Carolyn Barr. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company [1934] 
12 p. 12mo. © May 17, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Mav 19; D 29222; Lurten M. Paine. 
Dayton, O. 2936 

Masher (The) ; a talking act, by Wray 
Meltmar. Chicago [19341 11 p. 
16mo. © May 18, 1934; 2 c. May 
23; D 29262; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 2937 

Master (The) hand; a romance-drama 
in 4 acts, by J. B. James. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1934; D 29115; John Brad- 
ley James, New York. 2988 

Master (The) of lightning; a comedy 
in 12 scenes, by Rudolph Lothar and 
Wilhelm Liehtenbcrg. adapted for 
the English speaking stage, li- 
Macklym Hartyl. © 1 c. Mav 28, 
1934; D 293S3; Thomas E. II. Black, 
Detroit. 2939 

Meeting (The) will come to order; a 
piay in 1 act, by Noel Walters 

[pseud, of Nell H. Beierwaltes] 
Boston [1934] 16 |>. 12mo. © 
May 24, 1934; 2 c. May 26 : I) 29363 : 
Walter H. Baker, co., Boston. 2940 



Men without men ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Grossman. © 1 c. Mav 1. 
1934; D 27978; Abraham Grossman, 
New York. 2'. 141 

Merry (The) widow's husband; a plav 
in 3 acts, by H. M. Laff. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1934; I) 29070; Harry Mer- 
rill Laff, Los Angeles. 2942 

Methode (La) de M. Flambelle ; [par J 
Maurice Valette. Paris, 1934. 62 
j). 8vo. © Mar. 1, 1934; 1 c. Apr. 
20; D 29090; C. Joubert et cio.. 
Paris. 2943 

Midnight (The) call; a melodrama in 
1 act, by G. Morris. © 1 c. Mav 4. 
1934; D 29032; Gordon Morris. 
Santa Monica, Calif. 2!)44 

Mid-spring; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 

by G. Bryant. © 1 c. May 21, 1934 : 

D 29244 ; George Bryant, New York. 

2945 

Mike, Mac and Maxie. See Three 
little hoboes. 

Milky (The) way: a comedy in 3 acts. 
by L. Root and H. Clork. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1934; D 29111: Lynn Roe; 
ami Hairy Clork, New York. 2946 

Mimes:,; spettacolo drammatico in 3 
atti. di <;. Giannini © 1 c. Apr. 
3. 1934; D 2914s : Guglielmo Gian- 
nini, Rome. 2947 

Minehen; a play in 4 scenes, by S. W. 
Boyd. © 1 c. May 5, 1934; D 29056; 
Sydney Wilson Boyd, New York. 

2948 

Miners' gold : a play in 3 acts, by A. E. 
Peterson. © 1 c. May 16, 1934; D 
29212; Agnes Emelie Peterson. Pasa- 
dena. l!!>49 

Minnesota. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Miss Marsh : by ( . W. Bush. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14. 1034: D 27988; Chas. Wil- 
liam Bush. Curtiss, Wis. 2950 

Mr. Overton calls: a play in 4 scenes, 
by A. L. Nablo. © 1 c. Mav 12, 
1934: D 29162; Agnes Laut Nablo, 
Wausau, Wis. 295] 

Mistletoe (The* bough: a moving pic- 
ture production, by E. M. M. Smith. 
© 1 c. May 14. 1934; I> 29173; 
Elizabeth Mae Moore Smith, Inde- 
pendence, Mo. 2952 

Mistral: a play in 3 acts, by Claire 
Brachvogel ami I). Cumming. © 
1 c. Mav 12, i!)34: D 29180; Dor- 
othy Cumming, New York. 2953 



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no. 5, 1934 



2987 



Moabiter (Die) ; scbwank in 4 akten, 
von Gustav Martin. © 1 c. May 1, 
1934; D 29098; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 2954 

Moan (The) ; a drama of humanity 
in 3 acts with prologue and epilogue, 
by Christine Darmor [pseud, of F. 

F. Weir] © 1 c Apr. 18, 1934; D 
27969; Fernande Forthomme Weir, 
New York. 2955 

Mon and junior ; installment 1, by 

G. D. Ruthenburg. © 1 c. May 19, 
1934 ; D 29226 ; Grace Dorcas Ruth- 
enburg, Louisville. 2956 

Mon crime ! comedie en 2 actes et 7 
tableaux, by G. Berr et Louis Ver- 
neuil [pseud, of L. Collin] © 1 c. 
May 15, 1934; D 29371; Georges 
Berr, Paris, and Louis Collin, Bou- 
logne (Seine) France. 2957 

Mountain girl ; a play, by C. Hering. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1934 ; D 29277 ; Char- 
lotte Hering, Los Angeles. 2958 

Miinchhausens letzte liige ; heitere 
oper in 1 vorspiel und 3 akten (5 
bildern) buch von Theo Halton, 
musik von Hansheinrich Dransmann. 
Wien [etc.] 1934. 77 p. 12mo. 
Text. © Feb. 27, 1934 ; 1 c. May 4 ; 
D 29091 ; Universal-edition, a.-g., 
Vienna. 2959 

Munition millions ; a play in 4 acts, 
by K. V. Nelson. © 1 c. May 24, 
1934; D 29284; Katherine Vincent 
Nelson, New York. 2960 

Murder at Southgate. See Calling all 
cars. 

Murder (The) of Santa Claus ; a melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by H. Myers. © 
1 c. May 7, 1934; D 29410; Henry 
Myers, New York. 2961 

My children ; a 1-act play, by G. Lynn. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1934 ; D 29396 ; Grace 
Lynn, New York. 2962 

Myrt and Marge; a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail ; episode 
420. © 1 c. May 10, 1934 ; D 29123 ; 
Wm. Wrigley jr. co., Chicago, 2963 

episodes 462-474. © 1 c. 

each May 4, 1934; D 29018-29030; 
Wm. Wrigley, jr. co., Chicago. 

2964-2976 
Mystery (The) key; a mystery drama 
in 3 acts, by K. M. Goodnature. © 
1 c. May 8, 1934 ; D 29077 ; Kather- 
ine M. Goodnature, Rrainerd, Minn. 
2977 



Mystery of Edwin Drood. See Un- 
solved mystery. 

N. and S. Carolina. See Touring 
America by plane. 

Names ( The ) of men ; a 1-act comedy 
by B. F. White. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1934; D 29229; Bessie F. White, 
Brookline, Mass. 2978 

Napoleon at St. Helena. See Man 
(The) 

Napoleon und das madchen; von Sil- 
Vara [i. e. G. Sil-Vara] © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1934; D 29329; G. Sil-Vara, 
Vienna. 2979 

Nearly omnipotent; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Hunting. © 1 c. May 25, 
1934; D 29297; Gardner Hunting, 
Cleveland. 2980 

Nebraska. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Needle (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
G. H. Rackensperger. © 1 c. May 1, 
1934 ; D 27973 ; George Henry Rack- 
ensperger, Catonsville, Md. 2981 

New (The) deal ladies' circle; by D. 
Freedman. © 1 c. May 16, 1934; 
D 29208; David Freedman, New 
York. 2982 

New Jersey. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Next to godliness; a play in 2 acts, 
by C. W. Bledsoe. © 1 c. May 4, 
1934; D 29275; Charles Warren 
Bledsoe, Overlea, Md. 2983 

Nineteen sixteen-nineteen twenty-six; 
a play in 4 acts, by P. Savoy. © 
1 c. May 7, 1934; D 29071; Perry 
Savoy, Brooklyn. 2984 

No answer required ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. Divine. © 1 c. May 22, 
1934 ; D 29368 ; Charles Divine, New- 
York. 2985 

No asides ; a comedy in 5 scenes, bv 
J. M. Waldron. © 1 c. May 8, 1934 ; 
D 29080; John Michael Waldron. 
New York. 2986 

Noon whip-poor-will. See First 
nighter. 

North and South Dakota. See Tour- 
ing America by plane. 

Not even love ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by F. A. Kummer. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1934; D 29418; Frederic 
Arnold Kummer, Baltimore. 2987 



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2988 



pt. i. v. 7 



Nothing could happen ; a 1-act play, 
by I. E. Young. © 1 e. Mar. 3. 
1934; D 29047; Irene Erickson 
Young, Whittier, Calif. 2988 

No. 5 Cheyne Roy ; a drama in 5 acts, 
by Mae Trovillion Smith. Herrin, 
111., The Egyptian publications, inc., 
1933. 7 p. 1., [3]-62 p. inch front. 
12mo. © Dec. 10, 1933; 2 c. Apr. 
18, 1934; D 27984; Mae Trovillion 
Smith, Carbondale, 111. 2989 

Obedience ; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat program, Angelo Patri, 
Apr. 22. 1934) © 1 c. May 14, 1934 ; 
D 29178 ; Angelo Patri, New York. 

2990 

Oh ! dear — oh ! dear ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Glenn Sigsby [i. e. A. G. Sigsby] 
© 1 c. May 14, 1934; D 29169; A. 
Glenn Sigsby, Dimondale, Mich. 

2991 

Old (An) chateau; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Reginald Oates. © 1 c. May 
4, 1934 ; D 29041 ; Clarence Reginald 
Oates, Westport, Conn. 2992 

Old (An) fashioned girl; a play in 3 
acts, by J. D. Ravold, from the book 
by Louisa May Alcott. © 1 c. May 
25, 1934; D 29293; John D. Ravold, 
New York. 2993 

On her honor ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. F. Adkins. © 1 c. Mav 9. 1934 ; 
D 29355 ; Robert F. Adkins, Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y. 2994 

One Monday morning ; by L. C. Jones ; 
© 1 c. May 21, 1934 ; D 29248 ; Laflin 
C. Jones, Milwaukee. 2995 

One night stand ; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Best program, May 4, 11, 18, 25, 
1934) © 1 c. each Mav 28, 1934; 
D 29373-29376 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2996-2999 

Onesinms ; a dramatic presentation, 
by Elsie Duncan Yale. Philadelphia 
[1934] 16 p. 12mo. (On covet: 
Onesinms. the fugitive slave, taken 
from St. Paul's epistle to Philemon) 
© May 2. 1934 ; 2 c. May 4 ; D 29043 : 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 3000 

Optimists (The) ; or, The adventures 
of Artie and Bert, by Tom Council. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1934: D 29183; 
George M. King and Sam Fallow, 
New York. 3001 

Oratorium festspiel; herausgegeben 

von univ.-prof. dr. Willi Flomming. 
Leipzig, 1933. 315, [1] p. plate. 
8vo. (Deutsche literatur. reihe 



Barock, bd. 6) © Dec. 9, 1933; 1 C. 
Mar. 13, 1934 ; D 29155 ; Philipp Re- 
clam jun., Leipzig. 3002 

Outsider (The) ; one-half hour radio 
dramatic sketch, by L. E. Standish. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1934 ; D 29246 ; Lora 
Elise Standish, Buffalo. 3003 

Overstocked; a farce in 5 acts, by 
M. D. Humphreys. © 1 c. May 4. 
1934; D 29035; Merle Downing 
Humphreys, Natchez, Miss. 3004 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuity 

nos. 166-186, bv Robert D. Andrews. 

© 1 c. each May 3, 1934; D 29007; 

Proctor & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3005 

Paddy 0*Day. Sec Weavers of 
dreams. 

Pageant (A) of worship: setting 
forth in dramatic form the place 
of the Bible, the cross, and the 
Lord's supper in Christian worship, 
written by a class in pageant con- 
struction under the direction of Fred 
Eastman. Boston [1934] 15 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 9, 1934 : 2 <■. 
May 26 ; D 29358 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3006 

Pamela approaches ; a play in 3 acts. 
by E. R. Carter. © 1 c. Mav 3. 
1934; D 29002; Eugene Ryland Car- 
ter, New York. 3007 

Parizsi (A) vonat ; szinmii 3 felvoniis- 
ban, 8 kepben irta : Zsolt Bela [i. e. 
Bela Zsolt] [Budapest, Szinhazi 
elet, 1934] [24] p. 8vo. Caption- 
title. © Mar. 22, 1934: 1 c. Apr. 24 : 
D 29088; Alexander Marton. Buda- 
pest. 300S 

Pattern for tragedy ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Goodman. © 1 c. May 16, 
1934: D 29210; Arthur Goodman. 
Xew York. 3009 

Perfect mother-in law: a play in 7 
scenes, by R. T. Winter. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1934: D 29163 : Rudolph 
Theo. Winter, Garfield, N. J. 3010 

Pirate (The) club; episodes no. 74- 

125. by Haydn R. Evans. © 1 c. 

May 1. li)34: D 29076; Haydn R. 

Evans, inc.. ( 'incin.nati. 3011 

Play (The> must go on! a comedy 

of Jewish life in 1 act, by B. F. 

White. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1934: D 

29230: Bessie F. White, Brookline. 

Mass. 3,)p_> 

Plays and ceremonies for girl scouts; 
[by various authors] New York 
[1934] 3 p. 1.. [9]-60 p. 12mo. © 



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3035 



Apr. 26, 1934; 2 c. and aff. May 8; 
A A 145966; Girl scouts, inc., New 
York. 3013 

Poor (The) rich; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by Priscilla Wayne [pseud, 
of Besse Toulouse Sprague] and 
Wayne Sprague. Minneapolis, 1934. 
79 p. diagr. 12mo. © May 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. May 14 ; D 29322 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 3014 

Price (The) of a wife; a play in 3 
acts, by C. W. Bush. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1934; D 27989; Chas. William 
Bush, Curtiss, Wis. 3015 

Price tag; a play in 3 acts, by Robert 
Lynn [pseud, of R. P. Loughrey] 
Previous version under title: The 
thing that counts. © 1 c. May 22, 
1934; D 29253; Robert Patrick 
Loughrey, Brooklyn. 3016 

Prinz Eugen, der edle ritter . . . . ; 
singspiel in 1 vorspiel und 3 akten, 
von G. Lange-Kosak, V. von Grimm 
und M. Kammerlander, gesangs- 
texte von M. Kammerlander, musik 
von M. A. Pflugmacher. Regie- 
technische bearbeitung von W. Schil- 
lings. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1934; 
D 29147 ; Johann Andre, Offenbach/ 
M., Germany. 3017 

Prize (The) pig's tea-party; by J. V. 
Reid. (Barnyard friends, no. 1) © 
1 c. May 29, 1934 ; D 29394 ; Joseph- 
ine Victor Reid, New York. 3018 

Prodigy (The) ; by D. Freedman. © 
1 c. May 16, 1934; D 29206; David 
Freedman, New York. 3019 

Promised land ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Wood. © 1 c. May 16, 1934; D 
29211; Clement Wood, Bozenkill, 
Delanson, N. Y. 3020 

Punny Tuppet's kite; a play for chil- 
dren in 3 acts, by D. L. Smith. © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1934 ; D 29234 ; Dorothy 
Lois Smith, Pullman, Wash. 3021 

Queen Anne's lace ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston [1934] 
21 p. 12mo. © May 22 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 26 ; D 29362 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3022 

Queen Elizabeth looks in her mirror; 
a dramatic sketch, by H. A. Ander- 
son. © 1 c. May 29, 1934 ; D 29391 ; 
Hugh Abercrombie Anderson, New 
York. 3023 

Question (A) of sanity; a 1-act play, 
by I. E. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1934; D 29048; Irene Erickson 
Young, Whittier, Calif. 3024 



Quite a price; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. W. Davis. © 1 c. may 24, 1934 ; 
D 29286 ; William W. Davis, Tonka- 
wa, Okla. 3025 

Rabbits in a high hat; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Long. © 1 c. May 10, 
1934; D 29278; Dillard Long, New 
York. 3026 

Racing with dusk; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. P. Munger, jr. © 1 c. May 
18, 1934; D 29220; Williston Pen- 
field Munger, jr., St. Louis. 3027 

Rafferty (The) racket; a melodra- 
matic comedy in 3 acts, by Howard 
Chenery. Evanston, 111., New York 
[1934] 115, xxviii p. incl. front., 
plates. 12mo. ([The Gateway 
series of tested plays]) © Apr. 3, 
1934; 2 c. May 3; D 27986; Row, 
Peterson and co., Evanston, 111. 

3028 

Rassen (Die) ; schauspiel [von] Fer- 
dinand Bruckner. Zurich, 1934. 99, 
[1] p., 1 1. 8vo. © Dec. 15, 1933; 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1934 ; D 29154 ; Oprecht 
& Helbling verlag, Zurich. 3029 

Resident manager ; by R. E. Bakalar 
[i. e. R. E. B. Berman] © 1 c. 
May 10, 1934; D 29121; Rose E. 
Bakalar Berman, Washington. 3030 

Restless (The) monk; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by W. E. Shea. 
© 1 c. May 10, 1934 ; D 29120 ; Wil- 
liam Edward Shea, New York. 

3031 

Return (The) of the baron; a play in 
3 acts, by Alden Curtis [i. e. E. A. 
C. Tidd] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; D 
29239 ; Elizabeth Alden Curtis Tidd, 
Stamford, Conn. 3032 

Reunions in June ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. Fredrick. © 1 c. May 3, 1934; 
D 29006 ; Frederica Fredrick, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 3033 

Rogue (A) in a bed; a Welsh comedy 
in 1 act, by R. E. Mitchell. © 1 c. 
May 12, 1934 ; D 29161 ; Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell, New Haven. 3034 

Romance (The) of the mummy; 
adapted from Theophile Gautier, by 
V. Ughet. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934; 
D 29105; Valentine Ughet, New 
York. 3035 

Rose of the Danube ; an operetta in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Geoffrey F. 
Morgan, music by Arthur A. Penn. 
Paul vocal score and libretto. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc., 1934] 136 p. 



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Rose of the Danube — Continued. 
4to. © May 1, 1934; 2 e. May 2; 
D 28671 ; Carl Fischer inc., New 
York. 3036 

Rumor ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Town- 
send Burwell [i. e. J. T. Burwelll 
© 1 c. May 15, 1934 ; D 291S9 ; John 
Townsend Burwell, Millwood, Va. 

3037 

S. Coleridge-Taylor memorial, his life 
and music; creative art series drama 
in 3 acts, by H. G. Marshall. Text. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1934; D 29393; 
Harriet Gibbs Marshall. Washing- 
ton. 3038 

Sacred (The) trinity; comedy in 3 
acts, by D. L. Zyve. © 1 c. May 22, 
1934 ; D 29260 ; David L. Zyve, New 
York. 3039 

Santa's birthday ; a play for children, 
by F. D. Cooper. © 1 c. May 26, 
1934; D 29292; Frances Douglass 
Cooper, Pasadena. 3040 

Satan in Sodaville. See Death Valley 
days. 

Scattered blossoms ; by Eve Warren 
[pseud, of G. Walters] © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1934; D 29106; Grace Walters, 
New York. 3041 

Sqene de la vie de Boheme. See Youth 
comes but once. 

Second thought ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Childe, Carrie Germain Childe 
and Mary Thorton McDermott. © 
1 c. May 14, 1934; D 29171; Crom- 
well Childe, New York. 3042 

Seven words and a finger print. See 
Calling all cars. 

Shark net; a comedy in 3 acts, by S. 
Draper. © 1 c. May 11, 1934; D 
29129; Stephen Draper, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3043 

She flies at dawn ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Jerome Strauss and G. Graham. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1934 ; D 29010 ; Gar- 
rett Graham, Whittier, Calif. 3044 

Sheet (A) of paper; a mystery comedy 
in 3 acts, by G. H. Rackensperger. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27972 ; George 
Henry Rackensperger, Catonsville. 
Md. 3045 

Shoot, brother, shoot: a vaudeville 
sketch, by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. 
Chicago [1934] 14 p. IGnio. © 
May 18, 1934 : 2 c. Mav 23 ; D 29263 ; 
T. S. Denison & CD., Chicago. 304G 



Short sketches for fill-ins; by Ray W. 
Frampton. Franklin. O., Denver, 
Col., 1933. 49 p. 12ino. © Sept. 
26, 1933: 2 c. Feb. 16. 1934: D 
27987 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin. < >. 3047 

Silk purses; a play in 3 acts, by Mu- 
riel Golden [pseud, of A. G. Golden] 
© 1 C May 29, 1934: D 29406; 
Agnes G. Golden, Washington. 3048 

Simple Simon: or. Home sweet home, 
a comedy in ?, arts, by M. J. Murphy. 
© 1 c. May 17. 1934: D 29215; 
Marv Josephine Murphy, Woodside, 
L. I., N. Y. 3049 

Sinking of the Birkenhead. See 
Helmsmen. 

Six Christmas plays for high school 
assembly programs : by Marie Irish. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany [1934] 52 p. 12mo. © May 
23, 1934; 2 c. May 26; aff. May 25; 
AA 14S059; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 3050 

Six (The) who kept Christmas: by 
Marie Irish. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1934] 15 p. 
16mo. © May 23. 1934: 2 c. May 
26; D 29310; Lurten M. Paine. Day- 
ton, O. 3053 

Six wives on a rampage; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Lillian Morti- 
mer. Chicago [1934] 90 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Mav 18. 1934; 2 c. May 
23; D 29261; T. S. Denismi & co., 
Chicago. 3052 

Sixteen; a play in 3 acts [by] AinnV 
and Philip Stuart. London. Victor 
Gollancz ltd.. 1934. 128 p. 12mo. 
© Apr. 4, 1934: 1 c. May 12: D 
29407; Aimee Stuart and Philip 
Stuart, London. 3053 

Skin (The) game. See Bis aufs mes- 



Skinflint : a Welsh comedy in 1 act. 
by R. E. Mitchell. © 1 c. Mav 12. 
1934: D 29160; Ronald Elwy Mitch- 
ell, New Haven. 3054 

Slums and drums: story by L. Her- 
mant ami 6. Cauuet. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1934: D 29012; Leon Hennanr 
and Georges Cauuet, Chicago. 3055 

Smart women; a musical comedy, by 
C. G. Johnson and H. I. Johnson. 
Libretto. Rev. ed. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1034; D 20158; Coral Gilmore John- 
son and Hilda Ivan Johnson, Los 
Angeles. 3056 






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no. 5, 1934 



3094 



Snow White and the dwarfs; a fan- 
tasy for marionettes in 3 acts, by 
L. C. Scott. © 1 e. May 1, 1934; 
D 27982 ; Lottie Claire Scott, Pitts- 
burgh. 3057 

So this is love; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Frank L. Mansur. Boston [1934] 
77 p. -diagr.. 12mo. © May 11, 
1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 29386 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3058 

Some day; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. 
B. Young. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1934; 
D 29199; William Bertram Young, 
Chicago. 3059 

Some like it hot ; by D. Freedman. © 

1 c. May 16, 1934; D 29205; David 
Freedman, New York. 3060 

Son (The) of man; dramatic episodes 
touching women in the life of Jesus, 
bv R. H. Bogue. © 1 c. May 16, 
1934 ; D 29200 ; R. H. Bogue, Wash- 
ington. 3061 

Song of memory ; a radio serial, by 
G. G. Martin. © 1 c. May 15, 1934 ; 
D 29184; Greta Galloway Martin, 
Montrose, Calif. 3062 

Spirit (The) of transportation; The 

workman's call, by E. D. Leavitt. 

© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1934; D 27992; 

Elizabeth Davis Leavitt, Chicago. 

3063 

Spooks to spare; a 3-act comedy, by 
W. A. Redfield. Boston [1984] 42 
p. 12mo. © May 22, 1984; 2 c. 
May 26 ; D 29860 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3064 

Spring freshet ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
O. Davis. © 1 c. May 8, 1934; D 
29081 ; Owen Davis, New York. 

3065 

Spring — on Riverside drive ; a play in 

2 acts, by J. Hagan. © 1 c. May 
7, 1934; D 29075; James Hagan, 
Richmond. 3066 

Spring song. See Three Cape Cod plays 

Stage angel. See Cat walks. 

Stand and deliver ; by J. F. Wood. © 
1 c. May 14, 1934; D 29174; Julia 
Francis Wood, Kansas City, Mo. 

3067 

Storm (The) ; story, dialogue, and con- 
tinuity, by M. Schwartz. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1934; D 29389; Maurice 
Schwartz, New York. 3068 



Stranger (The) 



First nighter. 



Street (The) called Sham; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Emily Jewel. 
Chicago [1934] 106 p. diagr. 16mo. 
© May 18, 1934; 2 c. May 23 ; D 
29264; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 
3069 

Stunner ! ein deutsches schicksal. 
Nach dem buche Horst Wessel von 
Hanns Heinz Ewers fur die biihne 
bearbeitet, von Hanns Heins Ewers 
und Paul Beyer. Stuttgart [etc.] 
J. G. Cotta, 1934. 137 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 19, 1934; 1 c. May 1; D 
29086; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher biihnenschriftsteller und 
buhnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. • 3070 

Subway episode. See Knights of the 
road. 

Sueno de una muneca. See Doll's (A) 
dream. 

Summer session; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Byron Conklin. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1934 ; D 29008 ; Byron Edward Conk- 
lin, East Orange, N. J. 3071 

Susie's debut; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Josephine Flesher Campbell. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company 
[1934] 14 p. diagr. 16mo. © 
May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 29308 ; 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3072 

Taken from life; a, play in 3 acts, by 
A. L. Zimmermann. © 1 c. May 
11, 1934; D 29141; Armand Lafay 
Zimmermann, New Haven. 3073 

Tarzan and the diamond of Asher ; 
episodes 1-18, Tarzan radio serial 
no. 2, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. © 
1 c. each May 26, 1934; D 29335- 
29352; Edgar Rice Burroughs, inc.,. 
Tarzana, Calif. 3074-3091 

Team-work ; by A. Patri. (The Cream 
of wheat program, Angelo Patri, 
Apr. 29, 1934) © 1 c. May 14, 1934 ; 
D 29179 ; Angelo Patri, New York. 

3092 

Television ; by Raymond Charles Mer- 
cer. © 1 c. May 5, 1984 ; D 29326 ; 
R C M productions, Los Angeles. 

3093 

Tell it not in Gath. See Fair tomor- 
row. 

Tell me your troubles; by K. Nichol- 
son and E. H. Culbertson, based on 
a story by Meredith Nicholson. © 
1 c. Mar. 31, 1934 ; D 29113 ; Kenyon 
Nicholson, New York, and Ernest 
Howard Culbertson, Harmon-on- 
Hudsou, N. Y. 3094 



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Temporary (The) wife; a comedy in 
3 acts, by B. Lowe [pseud, of O. V. 
Brownlow] © 1 c. May 29, 1934; 
D 29398 ; Charles Victor Brownlow, 
Philadelphia. 3095 

Tenting to-night ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. M. Heberer. © 1 c. May 14, 
1934: D 29170; Henry Miles He- 
berer, Manhattan, Kan. 3096 

That game called life; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Logan. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1934 ; D 27993 ; Gertrude Logan, Ow- 
ensboro, Ky. 3097 

That was yesterday ; a play in 3 acts, 
by T. Delehanty. © 1 c. May 25, 
1934 ; D 29296 : Thornton Delehanty, 
New York. 3098 

That younger generation ; a 1-act play, 
by Mabel Conklin Allyn. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company 
[1934] 27 p. diagr. 16mo. ©May 
23, 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 29317 ; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3099 

Theseus and the Minotaur. See Thread 
(The) of Ariadne. 

They took a chance; a Negro comedy 
in 1 act, by T. E. Owsley. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1934; D 27980; Tim Em- 
manuel Owsley, Indianapolis. 3100 

Thing that counts. See Price tag. 

Thirtieth (The) candle; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Lyle Carlyle [pseud, of 
L. W. Hall] © 1 c. May 9, 1934; 
D 29325; Lyle Weaver Hall, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 3101 

This, too, will pass ; a drama in 3 
acts, by G. Borden, R. Bermingham 
and J. O. Kesselring. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1934: D 29252; Gail Borden, 
Chicago, R. Bermingham and Joseph 
O. Kesselring, New York. 3102 

[Copyring is claimed on important 

changes in characters, situations 

and dialogue] 

This way to Christmas; a 1-act play, 
by Marie Irish. Dayton, O.. Paine 
publishing company [1934] 13 p. 
16mo. © May 23. 1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; 
D 29311; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 3103 

Thread (The) of Ariadne: lyric myth 
in 3 acts, based on the classic tale 
of Theseus and the Minotaur. Mu- 
sic by Pasquale Rubino, Italian li- 
bretto by Achille Geremicca, English 
translation by John Buono. [1934] 



1 p. 1., 34 p. 8vo. Text. © May 
6, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; D 29092 ; Gio- 
vanni Buono, Brooklyn. 3104 

Three Cape Cod plays; by Joshua 
Freeman Crowell. [Yarmouthport, 
Mass., The Register press, 1934] 2 
p. 1., 17 p. 8vo. Contents.— The 
fire brand. — Catching a spy. — Spring 
song. © May 21, 1934 ; 2 c. May 25 ; 
D 29287; Joshua Freeman Crowell, 
West Yarmouth, Mass. 3105 

Three chairs for the chairman ; by D. 

Freedman. © 1 c. May 16. 1934 ; D 

29204; David Freedman, New York. 

3106 

Three come back; a comedy in 3 acts, 
bv Adrian Gordon [pseud, of A. 
Nadzov] © 1 c. May 4, 1934: D 
29037; Alexis Nadzov, New York. 

3107 

Three little hoboes; or, Mike. Mac and 
Maxie, story, dialogue and continu- 
ity, bv S. McDonald. © 1 c. May 1. 
1934; D 27970; Steve McDonald. Los 
Angeles. 3108 

Three plays; [by] John Dos Passos. 
New York, Harcourt, Brace and com- 
pany [1934] xxii, 298 p. 8vo. Con- 
tents. — The garbage man. — Airways, 
inc. — Fortune Heights. © May 17. 
1934 ; 2 c. and aff. May 21 : A 71706 : 
John Dos Passos, Key West. Fla. 
3108* 

Three who found deatli : by I. Ash- 

kenazy. © 1 c. May 22. 1934; D 

29258: Irving Ashkenazy. New York. 

3109 

Thru the cellophane, being the adven- 
tures of Alice age nineteen in Neih- 
er-Netherland in 1934 ; in 2 acts, 
by E. F. Goeller. Text. © 1 c. May 
1, 1934; D 27!!S1 ; Edward Ford Gooi- 
ler, New York. 3110 

Time out for life: a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. P. Thackrey. © 1 c. May 2. 
1934: D 27999; Eugene P. Thack- 
rey, Hollywood, Calif. 3111 

Tobacco road: a 3-act play, by Jack 

Kirkland. from the novel, by Erskine 
Caldwell. New York, The Viking 
press. 1!)34. 6 p. 1.. 3-176 p. 12nio. 
© Apr. 16. 1934: 2 c. Apr. 16: D 
2!)26u: Erskine Caldwell. Mt. Ver- 
non, .Me., Jack Kirkland, % Leland 
Hayward, inc.. New York. 3112 

Tom Thumb's first wedding anniver- 
sary; a comedy for lower grade 
children, bv Donald V. Hock. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company 



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3136 



[1934] 13 p. 16mo. ©May 23, 
1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 29312 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3113 

Too depressing; a comedy, by J. D. 
Addison; © 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 
27975; Julia Dulany Addison, 
Brookline, Mass. 3114 

Too many boats ; a play in 2 acts, by 
O. Davis, founded on a novel by 
Charles L. Clifford. © 1 c. May 
8, 1934 ; D 290S2 ; Owen Davis, New 
York. 3115 

Touring America by plane; by B. C. 

Young. Nov. 8, 1933. Minnesota. 

© 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 27959; 

Blanche Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 

3116 

Dec. 6, 1933. Nebraska. © 

1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27960 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3117 

Dec. 13, 1933. North and 

South Dakota. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; 
D 27961; Blanche Cowley Young, 
Indianapolis. 3118 

Feb. 21, 1934. Florida. © 

1 c. May 1, 1934; D 27962; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3119 

Feb. 28, 1934. Georgia. © 

1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27963 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3120 

Mar. 7. 1934. N. and S. Car- 
olina. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27964 ; 
Blanche Cowley Young, Indianapo- 
lis. 3121 

■ Mar. 14. 1934. Virginia and 

West Virginia. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; 
D 27965; Blanche Cowley Young, 
Indianapolis. 3122 

Mar. 21, 1934. Maryland.. 

© 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 27966; 
Blanche Cowley Young, Indianapo- 
lis. ' 3123 

— Mar. 28, 1934. Delaware. © 

1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 27967 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3124 

■ Apr. 4, 1934. New Jersey. 

© 1 c. May 1, 1934; D 27968; 
Blanche Cowley Young, Indianapo- 
lis. 3125 

Transformation (The) of Sarah 
Maria ; a 1-act comedy, by Rhoda 
Barclay. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1934] 18 p. 16nio. 
© May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 26; D 
29314; Lurten M. Paine. Dayton, O. 
3126 



Trial (The) of the century; or, Who 
is Nellie Bly? a drama, by Verne 
Costenbader. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1934 ; 
D 29014; W. Everett Mannen, Terre 
Haute, Ind. 3127 

Triumph (The) of St. Patrick; ora- 
torio in 3 moments, by Armando 
Romano. Music by Pietro A. Yon. 
English adaptation by Louis For- 
gione. English and Italian texts. 
New York, 1934. 51 p. 8vo. © 
Apr. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; D 29153 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 

3128 

Tiizniadar ; szinmii 3 felvonasban, ot 
kepben irta : Zilahy Lajos [i.e. Lajos 
Zilahy] Budapest, Szinhazi elet, 
1932. 31, [1] p. 8vo. © Mar. 27, 
1932; 1 c. May 17, 1934; D 29265; 
Alexander Marton, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 3129 

Twelve midnight; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by R. C. Senior. © 1 c. May 
9, 1934 ; D 29110 ; Russell C. Senior, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 3130 

Two bones and a dog ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Weitzenkorn. © 1 c. May 3, 
1934; D 29003; Louis Weitzenkorn, 
Neshanic. N. J. 3131 

Understanders (The) ; by E. Duggan 
and T. Delaney. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1934; D 29009; Thomas Delaney, 
New York, and Elizabeth Du2gan, 
Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 3132 

Universal peace; a play, by I. L. 
Singer. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1934; D 
29118; Irving L. Singer, Oakland, 
Calif. 3133 

Unsolved (An) mystery; a drama in 4 
acts, by M. Lichtenstein, adapted 
from Charles Dickens's story : The 
mystery of Edwin Drood. © 1 c. 
May 10, 1934 ; D 29194 ; Minnie Lich- 
tenstein, San Francisco. 3134 

Unstern uber Russland ; tragbdie des 
Ostens in 4 akten, von Hanns 
Gobsch. © 1 c. May 9, 1934; D 
29144 ; Oesterheld & co., verlag, Ber- 
lin. 3135 

Unto us all ; a play in 3 acts, by W. 
M. Otis. © 1 c. May 11, 1934; D 
29128 ; Winthrop Markham Otis, New 
York. 3136 

Verwiinschte (Das) schloss ; musik 
nach Millocker'schen melodien [von 
Arthur Bauckner] Text von G. 
Quendenfeldt und W. Brugmami. 
Klavierauszug mit text. [Leipzig, 



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Yerwiinschte (Das) schloss — Contd. 
1934] cover-title, 120 p. fol. (Edi- 
tion Cranz, no. 822) © Apr. 20. 
1934; 1 e. May 2; D 28672; Aug. 
Cranz, g. m. b. h., Leipzig. 3137 

Victoria ; a play in 4 acts and 12 scenes 
[by] Kathleen Norris. Garden City, 
N. Y.. Doubleday, Doran & company. 
inc., 1934. xii, 140 p. front. 12mo. 
© May 2. 1934 ; 2 c. May 3 ; D 29152 ; 
Kathleen Norris, Palo Alto. Calif. 

3138 

Virginia and West Virginia. See Tour- 
ing America by plane. 

Walk to the iron-foundry. See Frido- 
lin. 

Wanderings (The) of Aeneas ; a drama 
for marionettes in 3 acts, by L. C. 
Scott. © 1 c. May 1, 1934 ; D 29272 ; 
Lottie Claire Scott, Pittsburgh. 

3139 

Warsaw (The) cantor's wife. See 
Yiddish mother. 

We never end ; a play in scenes, 
by Paul Horgan. © 1 c. May 9, 
1934; D 29108; Paul Rohr Horgan, 
Roswell, N. M. 3140 

i s of dreams ; no. 3. Paddy 
O'Dav, radio song story, by K. Quin- 
ney. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1934 ; D 29279 ; 
Kenneth Quinney, Salt Lake City. 

3141 

Weh' dem, der liebt; lustspiel in 3 
akten unci einem nachspiel, von 
Fedor von Zobeltitz. © 1 c. May 9, 
1934: D 29143; Allegro theaterver- 
lag g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3142 

What ancestors were thine? a 1-act 
play, by I. E. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1934; D 29049; Irene Erickson 
Young, Whittier, Calif. 3143 

What most wives know; by Paul S. 
McCoy. Dayton, O., Paine publish- 
ing company [1934] 4 p. Svo. 
(Snappy comedies) © May 17. 
1934: 2 c. May 19; D 29223: Lnrten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3144 

What price aviation ; by S. S. Fether- 
olf. © 1 e. May 29. 1934; D 29399; 
Samuel S. Fetherolf, Kemptou. Pa. 

3145 

What price punishment ; a plav in 3 
acts, by A. Siegal. © 1 c. May 15, 
1934: D 29182; Abner Siegal, New 
York. 3146 

What's in a name? a farce in 2 acts. 
by Herb Meadow. Dayton. O., Paine 
publishing company [1934] u'4 p. 



16ino. © May 28j 1H34; 2 C. 
May L'6; D 29305; Lurten M. Paine. 
Dayton, O. 3147 

What to do with $10,000; a play in 1 
act, by F. T. Crafts. © 1 c. May 
23, 1934; D 29267; Flora Taylor 
Crafts, Manchester, Mass. 3148 

What would Jesus do? a drama <>f 
Christian action, by Ella Robb Cook. 
1934. 25 p diagrs. 8vo. © Apr. 
17, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 21; D 29323: 
Standard pub. co.. Cincinnati. 3141) 

Wheatenaville: scripts 106-150, a 
radio serial, by Raymond Knight. © 

1 c. each May 11, 1934; D 29132- 
29140; Wheatena Corp., Railway. N. 
J., and Raymond Knight. New York. 

3150. 3158 

When love runs wild. See Higher 
(The) love. 

Where are they now: Minit-rub con- 
tinuity nos. 1. 2. by Lemuel F. 
Parton. © 1 c. each May 19. 1934: 
D 29227, 29228: McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 31.".!!. 3160 

While the toast burned; a domestic 
comedy in 1 act. by Mary Clarke 

Werts. Boston [1934] 14 p. 12mo. 

© May 22, 1934; 2 c. May 26; D 

29361; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

3161 

Who is Nellie Bly? See Trial l The i 
of the century. 

Wife for sale. See Death Valley days. 

Winner lose all; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Broad. © 1 c. May 10. 1934: D 
29124 ; Bertha Broad, New York. 

:;i'i2 

With vision and valor; a colorful and 
inspirational cantata for young 
people, by Elsie Duncan Yale. 
[Music by C. Austin Miles. Adam 
Geibel, and others] Philadelphia, 
1934. 19 p. S vo. © May 2. 1934; 

2 c. Mav 4; D 28073: Hall-Mack CO., 
Philadelphia. 3163 

WiV end : a mystery play in 1 act. 

by W. Spence. © 1 c. May 3. 1984 : 

D 29001: Wall Spence, New York. 

3164 

Workman's call. Set Spirit of trans- 
portation. 

Ye happy minstrel and tiny hand: 
episodes 12'.>. 15::. a scries of radio 
Sketches; b.\ Ford Rush. © l <•. 
each May 11, 1934; D 29130, 29131; 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 

3165, 3166 



146 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 5. 1934 



3174 



Yellow (The) sport roadster; no. 1, by 
V. J. Dempsey. ©1 c. May 31, 
1934; D 29415; Vincent J. Demp- 
sey, Cleveland. 3167 

Yiddish (The) mother; or, The War- 
saw cantor's wife, a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, by L. Freiman. Text. 

.yo'am -lynxmxTi h ,*tjns ;j?»xb swtx h 

D'HlV ]1S ,]J?t3pK 3 fH HJ?»8|? JwVxp'nn X 

.ixa'na 

© 1 c. May 17, 1934; D 29216; 
Louis Freiman, Brooklyn. 3168 

You can't fool Aunt Julia ; a farce 
in 1 act, by Arthur L. Kaser. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company 
[1934] 15 p. 16mo. © May 23, 
1934; 2 c. May 26; D 29306; Lur- 
ten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3169 

You did nicely ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by W. A. Dennis. © 1 c. May 16, 
1934 ; D 29201 ; William A. Dennis, 
San Diego, Calif. 3170 



You don't know Aunt Abby; a 1-act 
comedy, by Herb Meadow. Dayton, 
O., Paine Publishing company [1934] 
22 p. diagr. 16mo. © May 23, 
1934 ; 2 c. May 26 ; D 29313 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3171 

You're never too old ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Harry Lewis [pseud, of] D. 
Davidson, jr. © 1 c. May 25, 1934 ; 
D 29294; David Davidson, jr., 
Morristown, N. J. 3172 

Your lover ; by Frank Luther. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1934; D 29116; Frank 
Luther and Rockwell-O'Keefe, inc., 
New York. 3173 

Youth comes but once ; a sentimental 
romance in 5 acts, by Patrick 
Kearney, based on Henri Murger's 
short stories Scene de la vie de 
Boheme. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1934; D 
29013: Elizabeth Cleary Kearney, 
Detroit. 3174 

Zoological (The) parks. See Jungle 
(The) near our home. 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,018 unpublished) 2,331 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 117 pub- 
lished) 227 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 41 unpublished) 69 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 

1 unpublished) 20 

Total 2,647 



147 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [3174 



Children (The) of the sun; [by E. 
Hopkins] © Edwin Hopkins, New 
York, as the author. R 31099, Apr. 
11, 1934. 1 

Complete dramatic and poetic works 
of William Shakespeare; edited 
from the text of the early quartos 
and the first folio, by W. A. Neilson. 
© William Allan Neilson, North- 
ampton, Mass., as the author of the 
editing. R 31104, Apr. 12, 1934. 2 

Coward (The) ; an original play in 4 
acts, by G. H. Broadhurst. © 
George Howells Broadhurst, Cap 
Ferrat. A. M.. France, as the author. 
R 31426, Feb. 21, 1934. 3 

Etincelle (L') ; comedie en 1 acte, par 
Edouard Pailleron, edited with in- 
troduction, notes and vocabulary, 
by O. G. Guerlac. © Helen F. 
Guerlac, Ithaca, N. Y., as the widow 
of the author of the editing, intro- 
duction, notes and vocabulary. R 
31547, May 9. 1934. 4 

Free lance ; a comic opera libretto in 

2 acts, by H. B. Smith. © Harry 
B. Smith, New York, as the author. 
R 3044S, May 15, 1934. o 

Glatigny ; drama funatnbulesque en 
vers, mele de chansons er de danses 
[en 5acr.es et 6 tableaux] ;par Catulle 
Mendes. [Libretto only] © Jeanne 
Catulle-Mendes. Paris, as the widow 
of the author. R 29580, Feb. 7, 
1934. 6 

Grand (The) mogul; a comic opera in 

3 acts, book and lyrics by Frank 
Pixley, music by Gustav Luders. 
Libretto only. © Chrysie Pixley 
Tibbitts, Akron, O., as the next of 
kin of the author of weirds, who is 
not living. R 28661, Jan. 17, 1934. 

7 

Hock-shop (The) ; a play in 4 acts. 
by J. E. Goodman. © Jules Eckert 
Goodman. Peekskill, N. Y.. as the 
author. R 31567, May 15, 1984. 8 

Mam'zelle Sourire ; operette en 3 actes, 
paroles de Maurice de Marsan, mu- 
sique de Aime Lachaume. [Libretto 
only] © M. L. Mackall, veuve de 
Marsan, Paris, as widow of author 
of words. R 30003, Apr. 21, 1934. 

9 

Nachtasyl. See Night's (A) lodging 
(Nachtasyl) 

Night's (A) lodging: scenes from the 
depths of Russian life, in 4 acts, by 



Maxim Gorki [pseud, of A. M. 
P shkov] an adaptation, by E. Hop- 
kins. © Edwin Hopkms, New York, 
as the author of the adaptation. R 
30269, Mr. 14. 1934. 10 

Night's (A) lodging (Nachtasyl): 
scenes from Russian life, by Maxim 
Gorki [pseud, of A. M. Pieshkov] 
tr. from the Russian by Edwin Hop- 
kins, (hi Poet lore. v. 16. no. 4. 
winter, 1905) © Edwin S. Hopkins. 
New York, as the author. R 30268, 
Mar. 14. 1934. 11 

Paris-New York; piece en 3 actes, par 

F. de Croisset et Emmanuel Arene. 
© Francis de Croisset et Laure 
Arene. Paris, as one of the au- 
thors and the widow of the other 
author. R 31446. May 2, 1934. 12 

Pretexte (Le) : piece eti 2 actes. par 
D. Riche. © Daniel Riche. Paris, 
as the author, r 31444. May 2. 
1934. 13 

Sabine (A) woman: a play in 3 acts. 
by William Vaughn Moody. © 
Charlotte E. Moody, Henrietta 
Moody Fawcett. Newton, Ma - 
Julia Moody Schmalz, Mountain 
Lakes. N. J., as the next of kin of 
the author, who is not living. R 
31069. Mar. 17. 1934. 14 

Secret (The) orchard: a play in 4 
arts, by C. Pollock. © Channing 
Pollock, New York, as the author. 
R 310o8, Apr. 9. 1934. 15 

Spoilers (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
R. Beach and James MacArtnur. 
© Rex Beach. New York, as one of 
the authors. R 31246. Apr. 21. 
1934. 16 

Tourists (The): a musical comedy in 
2 acts, hook and lyrics by It. H. 
Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker. 
[Words only] © R. II. Burnside. 
New York, as author of words. R 
31352, Apr. 27. 1934. 17 

Voleur (Le) ; piece en 3 actes. par H. 
Bernstein. © Henry Bernstein. 
Paris, as the author. R 31445. May 
2. 1934. 18 

When knighthood was in flower : a 
play dramatized, by Paul Kester. 
from the novel by Charles Major. 
© Florence Wickham Luedor. New 
York, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. K. 31608, 
May 12. 1934. It) 



148 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Affairs of a gentleman ; from a play 
by Edith and Edward Ellis, screen 
play by Cyril Hume, Peter 1 Ruric & 
Milton Krims, directed by Edwin L. 
Marin. 7 reels. © May 12, 1934; 
2 c. and description May 14 ; L 4683 ; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
3175 

Allez oop; story by Ernest Pagano & 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Charles 
Lamont. 2 reels. © May 31, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description May 31 ; L 
4728: Educational productions, inc., 
New York. 3176 

Annie moved away ; animated and di- 
rected by Walter Lantz and William 
Nolan. (A Bill Nolan, Oswald car- 
toon) Reel. © May 22, 1934; 2 c. 
May 21 : description May 23 ; M 
4765; Universal pictures Corp., New 
York. 3177 

Another wild idea ; directed by 
Charles Parrott and Eddie Dunn. 
(Hal Roach, Charley Chase corned v) 
2 reels. © May 1, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 14 ; L 4681 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

3178 

Answer (The) to the Big bad wolf; 
by Russell W. Varney. © title, de- 
scription and 94 prints, reed. May 
17, 1934 ; M 4759 ; Standard brands, 
inc., New York. 3179 

Are we civilized ; story and dialogue 
by Harold Sherman. 8 reels. © 
Apr. 20, 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 1 ; L 4648 : Raspin productions, 
inc., New York. 3180 

Attention suckers ; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Jack Cummings. (M-G-M Oddity) 
Reel. © May 9, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 14; M 4749; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New Yoi'k. 

3181 

Beau Bashful ; story by Albert Austin 
• and James W. Home, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reel. © May 
24, 1934 ; 2 c. and description May 
25 ; L 4710 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 3182 



Betty Boop's rise to fame ; directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © May 17, 
1934 ; 2 c. May 17 ; description May 
18; M 4763; Paramount, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3183 

Big (The) idea; dance directed by 
Sammy Lee. (M-G-M musical re- 
vue) 2 reels. © May 9, 1934 ; _2c. 
and description May 14; L 46(9; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 3184 

Big (The) mitten. See No ransom. 

Black (The) cat; suggested by the 
Edgar Allen Poe classic, screen play 
by Peter Ruric, story by Edgar G. 
Ulmer & Peter Ruric, directed by 
Edgar G. Ulmer. 7 reels. © May 
4, 1934 ; 2 c. May 3 ; description May 
5 ; L 4664 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 3185 

Buddy and Towser; animation by 
Jack King and Bob McKimson. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © May 10, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 15; 
M 4755 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3186 

Business is a pleasure; no. 1603-04, 
story by Edmund Joseph and Barry 
Trivers, directed by Eddie Cline. 2 
reels. © Apr. 30. 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 2 ; L 4654 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3187 

Busy bus ; story by Allen Rose, anima- 
tion by Harry Love and Preston 
Blair. (A Charles Mintz, Krazy 
Kat production) Reel. © May 2, 
1934; 2 c. Apr. 16; description May 
4 ; M 4733 ; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3188 

Chain lightning. See Vanishing (The) 
shadow. 

Change of heart ; from the story Man- 
hattan love song by Kathleen Nor- 
ris, screen play by Sonya Levien 
and James Gleason, additional dia- 
logue by Samuel Hoffenstein, di- 
rected by John G. Blystone. 8 reels. 
© May 15, 1934 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 15 ; L 4684 ; Pox film corp., 
New York. 3189 



149 



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3190 



pt. I, v. 7 



City limits ; from the novel by Jack 
Woodford, screen play by George' 
Waggner, directed by William Nigh. 
7 reels. © May 19, 1934 ; 2 c. May 
19; description May 21: L 4702; 
Monogram pictures Corp.. New York. 
3190 

City park; story and continuity by 
Karl Brown, directed by Richard 

Thorpe. 7 reels. © May 10, 1934; 
2 c. May 15 ; description May 18 ; 
L 4691 ; Chesterfield motion pictures 
corp., New York. 3191 

Cracked shots ; story by Fred Guiol 
and Jack Townley, directed by 
George Stevens. 2 reels. © May 4, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 28; 
L 4722; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3192 

Derby (The) decade; story by Joseph 
A. Fields, directed by Alt* Goulding. 
2 reels. © Apr. 25, 1934 : 2 c. and 
description May 1; L 4650; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3193 

Double door ; screen play by Gladys 
Lehman and Jack Cunningham, 
adapted from the stage play writ- 
ten by Elizabeth A. McFadden, di- 
rected bv Charles Vidor. 8 reels. 
© May 2, 1934 ; 2 c. May 3 ; descrip- 
tion May 5 ; L 4663 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3194 

Dover (The) road. See Where sin- 
ners meet. 

Duke (A) for a day; directed by 
James Parrott. 2 reels. © May 1, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 14; 
L 4678; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. 
New York. 3195 

Emergency care for safe transporta- 
tion in fractures of the long bones ; 
bv Charles Locke Scudder and 
Horatio Rogers. Reel. © May 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 10 ; 
M 4740; Massachusetts general hos- 
pital, Boston. 3196 

Enzymes in dough fermentation ; by 
Theodore E. Carl & Quick Landis. 
© title, description and 500 prints, 
reed. May 15, 1934; M 4756; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 3197. 

Finishing school ; from a story by 
David Hempstead, screen play by 
Wanda Tuchock and Laird Doyle, 
directed by Wanda Tuchock and 
George Nicholls, jr. 8 reels. 



© May 4. 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 21; L 469S ; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3198 

First (The) round-up; directed by Gus 
Mriiis. (Hal Roach. Our gang 
comedy) 2 reels. © May 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description May 14; L 
4680 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. 
New York. 3199 

Fishing for trouble ; story and screen 
play by Arthur Ripley and Jack 
Cluett, directed by Sam White. 2 
reels. © May 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; 
description May 4; L 4658; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 
3200 

Flying hunters ; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith, directed by Lauron 
A. Draper. (M-G-M Oddity) Reel. 
© May 1. 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 14; M 4752; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 3201 

Fog over Frisco; based on story by 
George Dyer, screen play by Robert 
N. Lee, adaptation by Robert N. Lee 
and Eugene Solow, directed by Wil- 
liam Dieterle. 7 reels. © May 22. 
1934; 2 c. and description May 23: 
L 4707 ; First national pictures, inc., 
New York. 3202 

Get along little hubby; story by Jack 
Cluett, directed by Raymond Mc- 
Carey. 2 reels. © May 31. 1934; 
2 c. May 29 : description May 31 ; 
L 4730; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 3203 

Goldie-locks and the three bears. Reel. 
© May 9, 1934 : 2 c. and description 
May 10; L 4672; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 3204 

Good (A) scout; story by William 
Watson and Art Jarrett. 2 reels. 
© Apr. 27. 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 8: L 4666; Educational 
productions, inc., New York. 3205 

Goofy movies : no. 4 : explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith. Reel. © May 
1, 1934; 2 c. and description May 
14: M 47o3: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp.. New York. 3206 

Great (The) god Four Flush. See 
Woman's (A) man. 

Harnessed lightning; narrated by Ford 
Bond. (World of sports) Reel. 
© May 10, 1934; 2 c. May 14; de- 
scription May 18 : M 4761 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 3207 



150 






MOTION PICTURES 



no. 5, 1934 



3225 



He couldn't take it ; story and screen 
play by Dore. Schary, additional 
dialogue by George Waggner, di- 
rected by William Nigli. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 1, 1934; 2 c. May 29; de- 
scription May 31 ; L 4732 ; Mono- 
gram pictures Corp., New York. 
3208 

He was her man; story by Robert 
Lord, screen play by Tom Bucking- 
bam, and Niven Buscb, directed by 
Lloyd Bacon. 7 reels. © May 21, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 22 ; 
L 4705 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3209 

Heart song; by Walter Reiscb and 
Robert Liebmann, from an idea by 
Felix Salten, dialogue and super- 
vision by Robert Stevenson and Jobn 
Heygate, directed by Friedricb Hol- 
laender. 9 reels. © Apr. 27, 1934; 
2 c. and description May 19 ; L 4694 ; 
Fox film corp., New York. 3210 

Hell bent for love; story and screen 
play by Harold Shumate, directed 
by D. Ross Leclerman. 6 reels. 
© May 10, 1934; 2 c. May 21; de- 
scription May 18 ; L 4699 ; Columbia 
pictures Corp., New York. 3211 

Hell (The) cat; story by Adele Buf- 
fington, screen play by Fred Niblo, 
jr., added dialogue by Joel Sayre, 
directed by Albert Rogell. 7 reels. 
© May 21, 1934; 2 c. May 21; de- 
scription May 26 ; L 4713 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 3212. 

Hello prosperity ; story and dialogue 
by Ernest Pagano and Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Charles Lamont. 2 
reels. © Apr. 20, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 8 ; L 4668 ; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 
3213 

Hollywood on parade; B 11. Reel. 
© May 23, 1934; 2 c. May 24; 
description May 26; M 4766; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3214 

Hollywood party. 7 reels. © May 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 28 ; 
L 4716 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3215 

House of mystery; from the play by 
Adam Hull Shirk, screen play by 
Albert De Mond, directed by Wil- 
liam Nigh. 7 reels. © May 16, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 16; 
L 4686 ; Monogram pictures corp.. 
New York. 3216 



House (The) of Rothschild; based on 
a play by George Hembert Westley, 
screen play by Nunnally Johnson, 
directed by Alfred Werker. 10 reels. 
© May 18, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 24; L 4709; 20th century pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3217 



Humbug (The) 
tive. 



See Love (The) cap- 



Hurled from the sky. See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

I scream; no. 1591-92, story by Jack 
Henley and Eddie Moran, directed 
by Ray McCarey. 2 reels. © May 
5, 1934 ; 2 c. and description May 8 ; 
L 4669 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 
3218 

Isham Jones & his orchestra ; no. 1639, 
directed by Roy Mack. Reel. © 
May 3, 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 10; M 4739; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3219 

Key (The) ; based on play by R. Gore- 
Browne & J. L. Hardy, screen play 
by Laird Doyle, directed by Michael 
Curtiz. 8 reels. © May 23, 1934; 
2 c. and description May 31 ; 
L 4726; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3220 

King's (The) daughter; by Frank 
Moser and Paul Terry. Reel. © 
May 4, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 8 ; M 4737 ; Moser & Terry, inc., 
New York. 3221 

Lion's (The) friend; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © May 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 14 ; 
M 4747; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 3222 

Little feller; by E. A. Brinistool, di- 
rected by Jack Cummings. (M-G-M 
Oddity) Reel. © May 9, 1934; 2 c. 
and description May 14 ; M 4750 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3223 

Little (The) Jack Little revue. Reel. 
© May 10, 1934; 2 c. May 10; de- 
scription May 12 ; M 4743 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3224 

Little Miss Marker ; from a story by 
Damon Runyon, screen play by Wil- 
liam R. Lipman, Sam Hellman and 
Gladys Lehman, directed by Alex- 
ander Hall. 9 reels. © May 31, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 31 ; 
L 4734 ; Paramount productions, 
inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 3225 



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3226 



pt. I, v. 7 



Looking for trouble ; screen play by 
Leonard Praskins and Elmer Harris, 
directed by William Wellman. S 
reels. © Mar. 9, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 2 ; L 4651 ; 20th cen- 
tury pictures, inc., New York. 3226 

Love and hisses ; story by Ben Holmes, 
directed by Sam White. 2 reels. © 
Dec. 22, 1933; 2 c. and description 
May 28. 1934; L 4721; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 3227 

Love (The) captive; from original play 
The Humbug by Max Marcin, screen 
play by Karen de Wolf, directed by 
Max Marcin. 7 reels. © May 21, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 22 ; 
L 4704; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 3228 

Manbattan love song ; suggested by the 
novel by Cornell Woolrich, screen 
play by David Silverstein and Leon- 
ard Fields, directed by Leonard 
Fields. 8 reels. © May 19, 1934; 
2 c. May 19 ; description May 21 ; 
L 4703 ; Monogram pictures Corp., 
New York. 3229 



Manhattan love song, 
heart. 



Change of 



Manhattan melodrama ; from an origi- 
nal story by Arthur Caesar, screen 
play by Oliver H. P. Garrett and 
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, directed by 
W. S. Van Dyke. 9 reels. © May 
3. 1934 ; 2 c. and description May 14 ; 
L 4682 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3230 

March of the years; no. 9. Reel. © 
May 10, 1934; 2 c. May 14; descrip- 
tion May 18 ; M 4762 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3231 

Marine marvels. (Sportlight) Reel 
© May 10. 1934; 2 c. May 10; de- 
scription May 12 ; M 4742 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3232 

Masquerade (The) party; story by 
Harry Love, animation by Allen 
Rose and Preston Blair (A Krazy 
Kat cartoon ) Reel. © May 9. 1 934 : 
2 c. May 9; description May 10; 
M 4738; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 3233 

Merry (The) Friiiks ; story and screen 
play by Gene Markey and Kaihryn 
Scola, directed by Alfred B. Green. 
7 reels. © May 21, 1934 : 2 e. and 
description May 22; L 4706; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

3234 



Merry wives of Reno; story and screen 
play by Robert Lord, additional dia- 
logue by Joe Traub, directed by H. 
Bruce Humberstone. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 30, 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 1; L 4649: Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3235 

Mickey's medicine men : story by 
Joseph Levering, directed by J. A. 
Duffy. 2 reels. © Apr. 30. 1934; 
2 c. Apr. 30; description May 18; 
L 4692; Columbia pictures corp.. 
New York. 3236 

Mickey's rescue; story by Joseph Lev- 
ering, directed by J. A. Duffy. 2 
reels. © Mar. 14, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
19; description May 12; M 4744; 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 
3237 

Mrs. Barnacle Bill; directed by Lloyd 
French. (Hal Roach. All star com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Apr. 17. 1934; 2 c. 
and description May 2 ; L 4653 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New- 
York. 3238 

Monte Carlo nights ; suggested by 
Numbers of death, a story by E. 
Phillips Oppenheim. screen play by 
Norman Houston, directed by Wil- 
liam Nigh. 7 reels. © May 19, 
1934 : 2 c. May 19 ; description May 
21; L 4701. Monogram pictures 
corp.. New York. 3239 

Morocco nights ; no. 1607-08. screen 
play by Walter Weems & Jack 
Townling, directed by Eddie Cline. 
2 reels. © May 5. 1934: 2 c. and 
description May 8: L 4670: Vita- 
phone corp.. New York. 3240 

Most precious thing in life ; story by 
Travis Ingham, screen play by Ethel 
Hill and Dore Senary, directed by 
Lambert Hillyer. 7 reels. © May 
31, 1934: 2 c. May 29; description 
May 31 : L 4731 : Columbia pietui-es 
corp.. New York. 3241 

Murder at the Vanities: based upon 
the play by Earl Carroll and Rufus 
King, screen play by Carey Wilson 
and Joseph Gollomb, dialogue by 
Sam Hellnian. directed by Mitchell 
Leison. 10 reels. © May 23, 1934; 
2 c. May 24: description May 26; 
L 4714: Paramount productions, 
inc. Hollywood, Calif. 3242 

Nana ; suggested by Emile Zola's 
novel, adapted for the screen by 
Willard Mack and Harry Wagstaff 
Gribble, directed by Dorothy Arz- 
ner. 10 reels. © May 7, 1934 ; 2 c. 



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bo. 5, 1934 



3260 



and description May 28 ; L 4719 ; 
Samuel Goldwyn, New York. 3243 

Napoleon of Broadway. See Twenti- 
eth century. 

News hounds; story by James Mul- 
hauser and Scott E. Cleethorpe, di- 
rected by Del Lord. 2 reels. © 
May 31, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 31 ; L 4733 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3244 

Nip-ups ; explanatory remarks by Pete 
Smith, directed by Marty Brooks. 
(M-G-M Oddity) Reel. © May 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 14 ; 
M 4751 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3245 

No ransom ; suggested by The Big mit- 
ten by Damon Runyon, story, con- 
tinuity and dialogue by Albert De- 
Mond, directed by Fred Newmeyer. 
8 reels. © Apr. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 
23 ; description May 4 ; L 4656 ; Lib- 
erty pictures Corp., New York. 3246 

Now I'll tell; by Mrs. Arnold Roth- 
stein, story by Mrs. Arnold Roth- 
stein, screen play written and di- 
rected by Edwin Burke. 10 reels. 
© May 7, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 8 ; L 4667 ; Fox film corp., 
New York. 3247 

Numbers of death. See Monte Carlo 
nights. 

Odd Thursday. See Such women are 
dangerous. 

Oil's well; story by Mauri Grashin, 
adaptation by James Mulhauser and 
Scott E. Cleethorpe, directed by Del 
Lord. 2 reels. © May 2, 1934; 2 
c. May 3 ; description May 4 ; L 
4660; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3248 

Old (The) maids' mistake; story by 
and directed by Al Boasberg. 2 
reels. © May 11, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 28 ; L 4725 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3249 

Old Shep; by Irving Baeheller, di- 
rected by Harry Bucquet. (M-G-M 
Oddity) Reel. © May 9, 1934; 2 
c. and description May 14; M 4748; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. ' 3250 

Palooka; story based on famous comic 
strip by Ham Fisher, screen play 
by Gertrude Pureed, Jack Jevne and 
Arthur Kober, additional dialogue 
by Ben Ryan and Murray Roth, di- 



rected by Benjamin Stoloff. 9 reels. 
© May 8, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 28 ; L 4718 ; Reliance pictures, 
inc., New York. 3251 

Pandora; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. Reel. © May 31, 1934; 2 
c. and description May 31 ; M 4771 ; 
Moser & Terry, inc., New York. 

3252 

Paramount pictorial 3 ; no. 11. Reel. 
© May 17, 1934; 2 c. May 17; de- 
scription May 18; M 4764; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3253 

Party's (The) over ; from the play by 
Daniel Kusell, screen play by S. K. 
Lauren, directed by Walter Lang. 7 
reels. © May 10, 1934 ; 2 c. May 8 ; 
description May 12 ; L 4676 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 3254 

Personality (The) kid; based on a 
story by Gene Towne and C. Gra- 
ham Baker, screen play by F. Hugh 
Herbert and Erwin Gelsey, adapta- 
tion by David Boehm, directed by 
Alan Crosland. 8 reels. © May 
24, 1934; 2 c. and description May 
31; L 4727; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 3255 

Private scandal; from the story by 
Vera Caspary and Bruce Manning, 
screen play by Garrett Fort, di- 
rected by Ralph Murphy. 7 reels. 
© May 10. 1934; 2 c. May 10; de- 
scription May 12; L 4677; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3256 

Rambling 'round radio row, 1 ; no. 
1662. Reel. © May 1, 1934; 2 c. 
and description May 2; M 4730; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3257 

Reducing creme. (Willie Whopper 
cartoon) Reel. © May 8. 1934; 
2 c. and description May 14; M 
4754 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3258 

Sacred (The) arrow ceremony of the 
Cheyenne Indians ; by Forrest E. 
Clements. Reel. © May 19, 1934; 
2 c. and description ; May 29 ; M 
4770 ; University of Oklahoma press, 
Norman, Okla. 3259 

Saddle McKee; based on a story by 
Vina Delmar, screen play by John 
Meehan, directed by Clarence 
Brown. 10 reels. © May 9, 1934 ; 2 
c. and description May 28 ; L 4717 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3260 



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32(51 



pt. i, v. 7 



St. Louis woman ; story by Elwood 
Ulhnan, a screen play by Jack 
Natteford, directed by Albert Ray. 
8 reels. © April 26, 1934; 2 c. 
May 10 ; description May 12 ; L 
4675; Screencraft productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3261 

Scrappy's dog sbow; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis. 
(A Cbarles Mintz, Scrappy produc- 
tion) Reel. © May 10, 1934; 2 c. 
May 14; description May 18; M 
4760 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 
3262 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 10. Reel. 
© May 2. 1934 ; 2 c. May 3 ; descrip- 
tion May 4; M 4734; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
3263 

Sixteen fathoms deep ; from the story 
by Eustace L. Adams, adapted by 
A. P>. Barringer, screen play and 
dialogue by Norman Houston, di- 
rected by Armand Schaefer. 7 
reels. © Jan. 1, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 16; L 4688; Mono- 
gram pictures Corp., New York. 

3264 

Smoking guns ; original story by Ken 
Maynard, screen play and dialogue 
by Nate Gatzert, directed by Alan 
James. 7 reels. © May 28.' 1934; 
2 c. May 31 ; description May 29 ; 
L 4735 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. .'5265 

Sorrell and son ; by Warwick Deeping, 
screen play by Lydia Hayward. di- 
rected by Jack Raymond. 10 reels. 
© Apr. 20,. 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 26; L 4715; British and do- 
minions film corp., ltd.. London. 

3266 

Springtime for Henry ; from the play 
by Ben W. Levy, screen play by 
Keene Thompson and Frank Tuttle, 
directed by Frank Tuttle. 9 reels. 
© May 25, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 25; L 4711; Fox film Corp.. 
New York. 3267 

Strange as it seems; no. 39: by John 

Hix. Reel. © May 5. 1984; 2 c. 

May 5 ; description May 7 : L 4665 ; 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

3268 

Strictly fresh yeggs ; story by Fred 
Guiol & Jack Towuley. directed by 
George Stevens. 2 reels. © Apr. 6, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 16; 
L 4685; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3269 



Such women are dangerous ; from the 
story Odd Thursday by Vera Cas- 
pary, screen play by Jane Storm & 
Oscar M. Sheridan, additional dia- 
logue by Lenore Coffee, directed by 
James Flood. 9 reels. © May 4. 
1934; 2 c. and description May 12; 
L 4674; Fox film Corp.. New York. 
3270 

Susie's affairs; story and direction by 
Archie Gottler. 2 reels. © May 10, 
1934; 2 c. May 14; description May 
18; L 4693; Columbia pictures corp.. 
New York. 3271 

Sweetheart of Sigma chi : suggested by 
the song The Sweetheart of Sigma 
chi by Byron D. Stokes and F. Dud- 
leigh Vernor, directed by Edwin L. 
Marin. 8 reels. © Nov. 2d. 
2 c. and description May 16 1034 : 
L 4687; Monogram pictures corp.. 
New York. 3272 

Television ; story by Howard Christie, 
directed by Otis Garrett. 2 reels. 
© May 1, 1934; 2 c. May 14; de- 
scription May 28; L 4729; Raymond 
Charles Mercer, Los Angeles. 3278 

There ain't no justice : story by Albert 
Austin and James W. Home, di- 
rected by James W. Home. 2 reel-. 
© May 8, 1934; 2 c. May 8; descrip- 
tion May 9; L 4671; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3274 

Thirty day princess; from a novel by 
Clarence Budington Kelland. screen 
play by Preston Sturges and Frank 
Partos. adaptation by Sam Hell man 
and Edwin Justus Mayer, directed 
by Marion Gering. 8 reels. © May 
16, 19:U; 2 c. May 17; description 
May 21; L 4700; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc.. Hollywood. Calif. 3275 

This little piggie went to market : 
animated by Hicks Lokey and Paul 
Fennell. directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © May 23, 1934; 2 c. Mav 
24: description May 26; M 4767: 
Paramount productions, inc.. Holly- 
wood. Calif. 3276 

Tragic (The) crash. See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

Twentieth century: based upon the 
play Napoleon of Broadway by 
Charles Bruce Millholland. written 
by Pen Hecbt and Charles Mac- 
Arthur, directed by Howard Hawks. 
9 reels. © Apr. 30. 1984; 2 c. Apr. 
30; description May 10; L 4673; 
Columbia pictures corp.. New York. 
3277 



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no. 5, 1934 



5300 



Twenty million sweethearts ; story by 
Paul Finder Moss and Jerry Wald, 
screen play by Warren Duff and 
Harry Sauber, directed by Ray Eu- 
right. 9 reels. © May 2, 1934; 2 
c. and description May 4; L 4662; 
First national pictures, inc., New 
York. 3278 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 3279-3288 

No. 231, 232. © Mar. 13, 16, 1934; 
2 c. each May 3 ; description each 
May 1 ; M 4731, 4732. 
No. 233, 234. © Mar. 20, 23, 1934 ; 
2 c. each May 7 ; description each 
May 5 ; M 4735, 4736. 
No. 235, 236. © Mar. 27, 30, 1934; 
2 c. each May 14 ; description each 
May 10 ; M 4745, 4746. 
No. 237, 238. © Apr. 3, 6, 1934; 
2 c. and description each May 16 ; 
M 4757, 4758. 
No. 239, 240. © Apr. 10, 13, 1934; 
2 c. each May 28 ; description each 
May 25 ; M 4768, 4769. 
Users of Hild floor machines. Reel. 
© Apr. 30, 1934; 2 c. May 12; de- 
scription Mav 11 ; M 4741 ; Charles 
E. Keevil, Highland Park, 111. 3289 
Vanishing (The) shadow; story by 
Ella O'Neill, directed by Louis 
Friedlander. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal pictures Corp., New York. 

3290-3292 
Chapter 5, Hurled from the sky, screen 
play by Basil Dickey & George 
Morgan. © May 2, 1934; 2 c. May 
4 ; description May 3 ; L 4661. 
Chapter 6, Chain lightning, screen 
play by Het Manheim, Basil 
Dickey and George Morgan. © 
May 15, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 16 ; L 4690. 
Chapter 7, The Tragic crash, screen 
play by Het Manheim, Basil 
Dickey and George Morgan. © 
May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
May 24 ; L 4708. 
Viva Villa ; screen play by Ben Hecht, 
suggested by the book by Edgcumb 



Pinchon and O. B. Stade, directed 
by Jack Conway. 12 reels. © Apr. 
21, 1934; 2 c. and description May 
3 ; L 4655 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3293 

Well cured ham ; story by and directed 
by Al Boasberg. 2 reels. © May 
18, 1934 ; 2 c. and description May 
28; L 4724; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 3294 

West of the Divide ; story and screen 
play by and directed by Robert N. 
Bradbury. 6 reels. © Feb. 1, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description May 16 ; L 
4689 ; Monogram pictures corp., New 
York. 3295 

Where sinners meet; from the play 
The Dover road by A. A. Milne, 
screen play by H. W. Hanemann, 
directed by J. Walter Ruben. 8 
reels. © May 18, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 28; L 4723; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3296 

Witching ( The ) hour ; screen play by 
Anthony Veiller, adaptation by Sal- 
isbury Field, from the play by Au- 
gustus Thomas, directed by Henry 
Hathaway. 7 reels. © May 2, 
1934 ; 2 c. May 3 ; description May 
4 ; L 4659 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3297 

Woman haters ; story by Jerome S. 
Gottler, directed by Archie Gottler. 
2 reels. © May 2, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 
30 ; description May 4 ; L 4657 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 

3298 

Woman's (A) man; from the story 
The Great god Four Flush by Adele 
Rogers St. John, screen play by 
Frances Hyland, directed by Ed- 
ward T. Ludwig. 8 reels. © Feb. 
3, 1934; 2 c. May 25; description 
May 26 ; L 4712 ; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3299 

Wrong direction ; story by Joseph A. 
Fields, directed by Alf Goulding. 2 
reels. © May 18, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 21; L 4697; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3300 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 361 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 292 



Total. 



O 

155 



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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 6 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3 r 
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alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and Class " M," 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

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A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A qui la niariee? vaudeville en 3 actes, 
par R. Tremois. © 1 c. May 29, 
1934; D 29610; Robert Tremois, 
Paris. 3301 

Abner's ark ; a play iu 3 acts, by V. L. 
Dawson. © 1 c. June 6, 1934; D 
29496 ; Violetta Lingan Dawson, New 
York. 3302 

Abram in the idol shop ; by Margaret 
K. Soifer. Brooklyn, N.Y. [1934] 13, 
[1] p. 16mo. © May 31, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 7; D 29504; Furrow press, 
Brooklyn. 3303 

Across the way; book and lyrics for 
musical comedy in 3 acts, by Michael 
George [pseud, of G. S. Elliot and 
R. A. Elliot] Text. © 1 c. June 
23, 1934 ; D 29798 ; George Snow El- 
liot and Rose Adelaide Elliot, San 
Francisco. 3304 

Ain't hit always thata way? a 1-act 
comedy dramatized by Robert Speed 
[i.e. J. R. Speed] from the short 
story: The whirligig of life, by O. 
Henry [pseud, of William Sydney 
Porter] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934; D 
29473; John Robert Speed, Santa 
Ana, Calif. 3305 

Alabama. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Alias Doctor Jones ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by D. E. Hanlon and A. P. Myers. 
© 1 c. June 15, 1934 ; D 29625 ; Dan 
E. Hanlon and Allen P. Myers, 
New York. 3306 

All-for-love ; a comic operetss in 2 
scenes, book, lyrics and music by 
Franklin McGowen. © 1 c. June 
19, 1934; D 28689; Franklin S. Mc- 
Gowen, Los Angeles. 3307 

Along came Christmas ; a Christmas 
comedy, by Genevieve and Elwyn 
Swarthout. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1934] 20 p. 16mo. 
© June 14, 1934; 2 c. June 15; D 
29645; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
3308 

Among those present ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. L. Masten. © 1 c. June 12, 
1934; D 29569; Richard L. Masten. 
Carmel, Calif. 3309 



Andromaque-Britannicus-Phedre ; [by 
Jean Baptiste] Racine. With an in- 
troduction by H. Carrington Lancas- 
ter and notes by Edmond A. Meras. 
New York, Chicago [etc., 1934] 3 
p. 1., ix-xxvi, 247 p. 16mo. (The 
Modern student's library, French se- 
ries) © June 6, 1934; 2 c. and aff. 
June 12; A 72734; Charles Scrib- 
ner's sons, New York. 3309* 

Arkansas. See Touring America by 
plane. 

At night all cats are gray; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Robert Garland. New 
York, Samuel French, inc., 1934. 23 
p. diagr. 12mo. © May 25, 1934 ; 2 
c. June 16; D 29652; Robert Gar- 
land, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on Acting edition with new 
matter added regarding production, 
scene design, etc.] 3310 

At the Penn-Astor ; a play, by D. Pax- 
ton. Preliminary draft. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1934; D 29767; Dorothy 
Paxton, New York. 3311 

Au destin ; a play of the first empire in 
3 acts, by W. H. Fulham. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1934; D 29672; William 
Henry Fulham, New Orleans. 3312 

Aunt Samanthy rules the roost ; a 
farce in 3 acts, by Charles George. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing: com- 
pany [1934] 90 p. 12mo. © June 
14, 1934; 2 c. June 15; D 29646; 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3313 

Babies a la carte ; a skit, by H. A. 
Bloomberg. © 1 c. June 15, 1934; 
D 29630; Harry A. Bloomberg, New 
York. 3314 

Badger's green ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. C. Sherriff. London, Samuel 
French, ltd., 1934. 98 p. diagrs. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1897]) © Apr. 17, 1934; 1 c. June 
14; D 29581; R. C. Sherriff, Rose- 
briars, Esher, England. 3315 

Bank and trust ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. de Cantillon Stillman. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1934; D 29498: Marie de 
Cantillon Stillman, Daytona Beach, 
Fla. 3316 



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3317 



pt. I. V. 7 



Battleship Gertie ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by F. H. Brennan. © 1 c. June 23, 
1934; D 29794; Frederick Hazlitt 
Brennan, St. Louis. 3317 

Bees in their bonnets ; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts, by S. J. Treitel and 
Herbert W. Treitel. ©le. June 30, 
1934: D 29900; Symon J. Treitel, 
New York. 3318 

Behind the mask. See Masquerade. 

Betsy Bonaparte; a romantic, musical 
play in 3 acts, book and lyrics by 
Tom Corless [i.e. T. J. Cor less] Text. 
© 1 c. June 26, 1934; D 29808; 
Thomas James Corless, Astoria, 
L.I., NY. 3319 

Bett's best bet ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Beatrice Aver Patton and George 
Overton Riggs. New York [1934] 
29 p. 12mo. © June 25, 1934 : 2 c. 
June 26; D 29805; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 3320 

Between two worlds ; a play in 9 
scenes, by E. Rice. ©lc. June 29, 
1934; D 29878; Elmer Rice, New 
York. 3321 

Big hearted Herbert ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Sophie Kerr [i.e. S. K. Un- 
derwood] and Anna Steese Richard- 
son, from a story by Sophie Kerr. 
New York, Samuel French, inc., 
1934. 93 p. plates, diagr. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion]) © June 3. 1934; 2 c. June 
16; D 29736; Sophie Kerr Under- 
wood, New York. 3322 

Big mail robbery. See Calling all cars. 

Black (The) ace; a mystery melo- 
drama, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of 
C. Gordon Kurtz] New York [1934] 
124 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 20, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 21 ; D 29730 ; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 3323 

Black cinders ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Ruby Neely. © 1 c. June 11, 1934 ; 
D 29557 ; Ruby Almina Neely, Balti- 
more. 3324 

Black (The) panther; a play in 3 
acts, by H. Nellis. Rev. version. © 
1 c. June 8, 1934 : D 29533 ; Herbert 
Nellis, W. Decatur. Ga. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision and changes] 
3325 

Blind man's buff : a comedy in 4 acts. 
by A. Strong. © 1 c. June 21, 1934; 
1) 29750; Austin Strong, Nantucket, 
Mass. 3326 



Boy's (A) dream; a 1 act play, words 
by A. Halff. music by Roberta Smith. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1934 : R 28688 : Alma 
Halff, Los Angeles. 3327 

Brewery's ( The ) secret : a mystery 
drama, by F. Bishop. © 1 c. June 
15, 1934 ; D 29626 ; Fay Bishop, Los 
Angeles. 3328 

Britannicus. See Andromaque. 

Broken thrones ; a radio serial, by 
G. G. Martin. © 1 c. May 18. 1934 : 
D 29468; Greta Galloway Martin, 
Montrose, Calif. 3329 

Buddies; an original radio play, by J. 
Gillespie. © 1 c. June 6, 1934: D 
29500; John Gillespie. Cleveland. 

3330 

Bull (The) at the gate; a comedy in 
3 acts, by William McMillan. © 
1 c. June 7, 1934 ; D 29705 ; Elizabeth 
McMillan Davidson. Sydney, Aus- 
tralia. 3331 

Bullets for breakfast: a play in 1 act, 
by C. C. Wisner. © 1 c. June 16, 
1934; D 29659; Carl Chauncey Wis- 
ner, Los Angeles. 3332 

Bunch (A) of arbutus: a play in 3 
acts, by F. Edney. © 1 c. June 27, 
1934; D 29817; Florence Edney, 
New York. 3333 

Bunny's racket : a dramatic comedy in 
3 acts, by Edna and Edward P. 
Riley. New York [1934] 120 p. 
12mo. © June 25, 1934; 2 c. June 
26; D 29804: Fitzgerald pub. corp.. 
New York. 3334 

Burlesque on Tobacco road ; bv M. R. 
Levis. © 1 c. June 21, 1934: D 
29744 : Marjorie Rice Levis, Flush- 
ing. N.Y. 3335 

Buster (The) family; no. 1, a story 
of the gay nineties, by Billy Wil- 
liams [i.e. C. F. Williams] © 1 c. 
Apr. 21. 1934; D 29528; Cecil Fred- 
eric Williams. Omaha. 3336 

Cabbages and whitewashed queens : a 
play in 1 act, by K. Millay. ©lc. 
June 14. 1934: D 2961S ; Kathleen 
Millay. New York. 3337 

Call me Pete : a 3-act farce, by W. M. 
Darling. © 1 c. June 4. 1934; D 
29715: William M. Darling, Texar- 
kana. Ark. 

Calling all cars: episodes 2-4. 6-22, by 
Robson and Van Nostrand. © 1 c. 
Apr. L'4. May 2, 1934; D 29474- 
2;)4;;3: Don Lee broadcasting system. 
Los Angeles. 3339-:::;:^ 



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3380 



episode 26. Seven words and a 

finger print, by Robson and Van Nos- 
trand. © 1 c. June 5, 1934; D 

29458 ; Don Lee broadcasting system, 
Los Angeles. 3359 

episode 27. The dinner party 

bandits, by Robson and Van Nos- 
trancl. © 1 c. June 5, 1934; D 

29459 ; Don Lee broadcasting system, 
Los Angeles. 3360 

episode 28. The big mail robbery, 

by Robson and Van Nostra nd. © 1 
c. June 5, 1934; D 29460; Don Lee 
broadcasting system, Los Angeles. 

3361 

episodes 29, 30, by William Rob- 
son. © 1 c. each June 16, 1934; D 
29676, 29677; Don Lee broadcasting 
system, Los Angeles. 3362, 3363 

episode 32, July fourth in a 

radio car, by William Robson. © 
1 c. June 25, 1934; D 29801; Don 
Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 3364 

episode 33, by William Robson. © 

1 c. June 22, 1934; D 29755; Don 
Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 3365 

episode 34, The Manchukuo dope 

ring, by William Robson. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1934; D 29756; Don Lee 
broadcasting system, Los Angeles. 

3366 

Candide; a play in 8 scenes, by G. 
Fass, adapted from the novel of 
Frangois Marie Arouet de Voltaire. 
© 1 c. June 7, 1934 ; D 29514 ; George 
Fass, New York. 3367 

Candle-light ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Siegfried Geyer, adapted by P. G. 
Wodehouse. New York, 1934. 100 
p. plates, diagr. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) © June 
8, 1934; 2 c. June 15; D 29637; 
Samuel French, New York. 3368 

Cards on the table ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Vernon Sylvaine. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons. The Year book 
press ltd. [1934] 27 p. 12mo. 
( [The Year book press series of 
plays] ) © May 31. 1934 ; 1 c. June. 
12 ; D 297S9 ; Vernon Sylvaine, Lon- 
don. 3369 

Case (The) of Helen Dean; a play in 
3 acts, by M. Linder. © 1 c. June 
26, 1934; D 29S12 ; Mark Linder, 
New York. 3370 



Caste (The) See Little house in 
Stangate. 

Caught on the rebound ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Wall Spence. 
Dayton, O., Paine publishing com- 
pany [1934] 120 p. 16mo. © 
June 14. 1934; 2 c. June 15; D 
29649; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
3371 

Cavalier (The) count (Count Casi- 
mir Pulaski) ; a play, by Pearl 
Richards. 1934. various pagings. 
4 to. © May 15, 1934 ; 2 c. May 18 ; 
D 29523; Pearl Richards, Mil- 
waukee. 3372 

Ces dames ; eomedie en 3 actes et 7 
tableaux, de P. Sabatier et C. Oul- 
mont. © 1 c. June 12, 1934; D 
29689; Pierre Sabatier et Charles 
Oulmont, St.-Cloud ( S. & O. ) France. 
3373 

Change (A) of treatment. See Dicta- 
tion. 

Charles Lamb ; episodes 1, 2, a drama 

for radio presentation, by J. Howard 

Leaf. © 1 c. June 9, 1934 ; D 29541 ; 

James Howard Leaf, Los Angeles. 

3374 

Chateau Madeleine. See Let's all go 
crazy. 

Cheering the sick; a radiologue, by 
D. L. Hunt. © 1 c. June 16, 1934; 
D 29666; Doris Livingston Hunt, 
Elizabeth, N.J. 3375 

Child (The) of Nevis (Alexander 
Hamilton) ; a play in the old man- 
ner, by Carl Van der Voort. 1934. 
27 p. 8vo. © June 19, 1934; 2 c. 
June 19; D 29697; Carl Van der 
Voort, Pittsburgh. 3376 

City shot; a play by F. T. Mitchell. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1934 ; D 29765 ; Fanny 
Todd Mitchell, New York. 3377 

Clod (The) and the pebble; a play in 
3 acts, by Murray McClymont. Lon- 
don, Rich & Cowan, ltd. [1934] 
92 p., 1 1. 16mo. © Apr. 12, 1934; 
1 c. June 7; D 29505; Murray Mc- 
Clymont, London. 3378 

Come le due madri ; ovvero, Sagri- 
ficio e amore ; dramma in 5 atti, di 
Giuseppe Bocina. © 1 c. June 2, 
1934; D 29437; Joseph Bocina, 
Brooklyn. 3379 

Contempt of court ; in 3 acts, by Leslie 
Reade. © 1 c. June 30, 1934; D 
29882; Leslie Isaac Reade, New 
York. 3380 



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Conversation piece : a romantic com- 
edy, by Noel Coward. London, Wil- 
liam Heinemann, ltd. [1934] viii 
p., 1 L, 105 p. 12mo. © Apr. 30, 
1934; 1 c. June 16; D 29727; Noel 
Coward, London. 3381 

Cottage to let ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Dorothy Hopkinson. London. 1934. 
21 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1486] ) © Apr. 28, 
1934 ; 1 c. June 14 ; D 29585 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 3382 

Count Casimir Pulaski. See Cavalier 
count. 

Count our gains ; a play in 3 acts, by 

K. Murphy. © 1 c. June 7, 1934; 

D 29517 ; Russell Murphy, St. Louis. 

3383 

Crime passionnel ; a dramatic sketch, 
by E. Babcock. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; 
D 29700; Elaine Babcock, New- 
York. 3384 

Cross-roads ; by F. Reynolds. © 1 c. 
May 17, 1934; D 29721; Florence 
Reynolds, Cleveland Heights, O. 

3385 

Cyranose ; a parody in 1 act, with 
verse, by Manuel Rothstein, [i.e. 
E. B. Rothstein] © 1 c. June 13, 
1934; D 29600; Emanuel Bernard 
Rothstein, Philadelphia. 3386 

Dark and bloody ground ; a play in 8 
scenes, being the second play of the 
working class trilogy of which In 
new Kentucky is the first, by Samuel 
Ornitz. © 1 c. June 4, 1934; D 
29450; Sadie Lesser Ornitz, Los An- 
geles. 3387 

Dark noon; a play in 3 acts, by E. 

Flexner. © 1 c. June 7, 1934; D 

29511 ; Eleanor Flexner, New York. 

338S 

Dark star ; a comedy drama of the 
Italian renaissance in 3 acts, by F. 
P. Walkup and De W. Bodeen. © 
1 c. June 18, 1934; D 29673; Fair- 
fax Proudfit Walkup and DeWitt 
Bodeen, Pasadena. 3389 

Dark triumph. See Mummers. 

Daughter (A) of the fire; a drama in 
poetic prose, in 4 acts, by B. M. Al- 
theimer. © 1 c. June 14, 1984; D 
29612 ; Bessie Miriam Altheimer, St. 
Louis. 3390 

David's quiet evening ; a 1-act comedy, 
by Kathryn Kerr Todck New York, 



1934. 22 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mav 
22, 1934: 2 c. June 15; D 29639; 
Samuel French, New York. 3391 

Dawn ; or, The treasure chest, by G. 
Conte. Text. © 1 c. June 27. 1934 ; 
D 29819: Gertrude Conte, Rockville. 
Centre, N. Y. 3392 

Dawn (The) rider; episodes 1-6, a 
radio play, by H. M. Barnes. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1934 ; D 29780 ; Howard Mc- 
Kent Barnes, Chicago. 3393 

Death at work ; comedy in 3 acts, by L. 
Mucelli. © 1 c. June 14, 1934; D 
29616 ; Louis Mucelli, New York. 

3394 

Delayed justice ; or. Postponed hear- 
ing; in 3 sequences, by L. B. Ross- 
ner. © 1 c. June 21, 1934 : D 29749 ; 
Lula Barbara Rossner, Rochester, 
N. Y. 3395 

Despite Clio ; a 1-act plav. by William 
Ellis Jones. Boston [1934] 20 p. 
12mo. © May 29, 1934; 2 c. June 
29; D 2988S; Walter H. Baker CO., 
Boston. 3396 

Devil dogs and doughboys ; script by 
Burke Boyce. New York. 1934. 
cover-title, 1 p. 1., 13 p. 4to. © 
June 9, 1934 ; 2 c. June 26 ; D 29806 ; 
National broadcasting co., inc.. New 
York. 3397 

Devil (The) of a day : a play in 2 acts, 

by B. Brown. © 1 c. June 16. 1934 ; 

D 29661 ; Barnetta Brown, New York. 

3398 

Devil (The) takes them; dramatiza- 
tion in 3 acts from an original story, 
by Leon Brucks [pseud, of L. Co- 
hen] © 1 c. June 12. 1934 ; D 29572 : 
Leo Cohen, New York. 3399 

Diamond (The) sparkle; by P. Kra- 
men. © 1 c. June 1, 1934 ; D 29701 ; 
Pathe Kramen, New York. 3400 

Dictation and A change of treatment; 
two plays, by George Elton. Lon- 
don, Rich & Cowan, ltd. [1934] 23, 
[1] p. 16mo. © Apr. 12, 1934; 1 c. 
June 7 ; D 29509 ; George Elton, Lon^ 
don. 3401 

Dinner (The) party bandits. See Call- 
ing all cars. 

Distinguished gathering; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Parish. © 1 c. June 16, 
1934 ; D 29663 ; James Parish, Lon- 
don. 3402 

Doctor Dawn in politics. See Honest 
duffer. 



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3422 



Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. McKeown. © 1 c. June 
26, 1934: D 29810; William Mc- 
Keown, Drexel Hill, Pa. 3403 

Dod's worth ; by M. R. Levis, ©lc. 
June 21, 1934; D 29742; Marjorie 
Rice Levis, Flushing, N.Y. 3404 

Door (The) is open. See First nighter. 

Double (The) miracle ; a melodrama 
in 1 act, by Robert Garland. New 
York, Samuel French, inc. 1934. 
30 p. diagr. 12mo. © May 29, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 16 ; D 29654 ; Robert 
Garland, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on Acting edition with new 
matter added regarding production, 
scene design, etc.] 3405 

Double or nothing; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Boruff [i.e. J. P. Boruff, 
jr.] © 1 c. June 15, 1934 ; D 29628; 
John Perry Boruff, jr., New York. 

3406 

Dusty Rhodes, incorporated ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by E. Hallett-McGill 
[pseud, of] E. R. McGill. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1934 ; D 29430 ; Edmund Rob- 
ert McGill, New York. 3407 

Echoes from Navajo land ; a play in 1 
act, by Helen Sloan Daniels and 
Editha Berry. With illustrations by 
Helen Sloan Daniels. [1934] 1 p. 1., 
[47] p. illus., maps. 8vo. Con- 
tains music. © June 12, 1934; 2 c. 
June 29 ; D 29897 ; Helen Sloan Dan- 
iels and Editha Berry, Durango, Col. 
3408 

Eight bells; a sea play in 3 acts, by 
Percy G. Mandley. London. 1934. 
75 p. plate. 8vo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1362]) © May 23, 
1934; 1 c. June 14; D 29588; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 3409 

Eine frau liigt ; schauspiel in 3 akten, 
von Ladislaus Fodor [i.e. L&szl6 
Fodor] © 1 c. June 15, 1934; D 
Georg Marton, Vienna. 3410 



Emperor (The) Jones. See Macbeth. 
The Emperor Jones. 

Errant wings ; or, Wovoka, a play in 
3 acts, and an epilogue, by A. C. 
Burns. © 1 c. May 9, 1934; D 
29546; Anne Catherine Burns, Se- 
attle. 3411 

Eternal (The) flame; a play in 3 acts, 
by I. L. Howard. © 1 c. June 26, 
1934 ; D 29811 ; Ida Luona Howard, 
Berkeley, Calif. 3412 



Evening (The) Breeze; installments 
1. 2, by R. T. Sloan. © 1 c. June 
14, 1934; D 29619; Robert Tarleton 
Sloan, Kansas City. 3413 

Ever yours; a musical play in 3 acts, 
by G. Bolton, music by Cole Porter. 
Text. © 1 c. June 15, 1934; D 
29627; Guy Bolton, Great Neck, 
L.I., N.Y. 3414 

Execution ; a dramatic play in 1 act, 
by Anthony Grale [pseud, of C. J. 
Brelade Seale] London, 1934. 13 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1541] ) © May 8, 1934 ; 1 c. 
June. 14; D 29584; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 3415 

Exile of immortality ; a play in 3 acts 
with a prologue and an epiloque, by 
R. Lee and Harlan Thomas [pseud, 
of H. T. Bleecker] © 1 c. June 5, 
1934; D 29814; Raymond Lee and 
Harlan Thomas Bleecker, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3416 

Exiled ; a play in 3 acts, by Mauri 
Grashin [pseud, of M. M. Grashin] 
©lc. May 26, 1934 ; D 29529 ; Mau- 
rice Murray Grashin, Los Angeles. 
3417 

Face value ; a comedy drama in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by W. K. Stone. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1934 ; D 29773 ; Wil- 
liam K. Stone, New York. 3418 

Fading star ; a play in 4 acts, by G. E. 
Minturn. © 1 c. June 2, 1934; D 
29434; Garrett E. Minturn, York- 
town Heights, N.Y. 3419 

Fanfare; a musical comedy satire in 
2 acts, by J. Blackstock, C. Good- 
rich, and A. Treen. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1934; D 29769; Alfred 
Treen, Chicago, Josephine Black- 
stock, Oak Park, 111., and Carlton 
Goodrich, Chicago. 3420 

Fannie Faustus; a comedy of rejuve- 
nation in 3 acts, by B. Southard. 
© 1 c. June 16, 1934; D 29662; 
Bennett Southard, New York.. 3421 

Fear; by A. Aflnogenov. Translated 
from the Russian by Nikander 
Strelsky, Dorothy Beach Colman, 
Adelaide Greene Brown. Acting ver- 
sion by Hallie Flanagan [i.e. H. F. 
Davis] Poughkeepsie, N.Y., the Ex- 
perimental theatre of Vassar college, 
1934. 4 p. 1., 2-67 numb. 1. (Vassar 
Experimental theatre plays) © 
June 18, 1934 ; 2 c. June 25 ; D 29886 ; 
Hallie Flanagan Davis, Poughkeep- 
sie, N.Y. 3422 



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3423 



pt. I, v. 7 



Feathered (The) serpent; an Azteean 
musical tragedy in 3 acts with pro- 
logue, by Bruce McDaniel and L. F. 
McDaniel. Text. © 1 e. June 6. 
1834; D 29501; Bruce William Mc- 
Daniel and Louise Ford McDaniel, 
Redlands, Calif. 3423 

Feindliche (Der) hruder. See Krakeel 
am Main. 

Fin* and finance ; 1-act comedy, by 
E. Hearsh. © 1 c. June IS, 1934; 
D 29669; Ella Hearsh, San Bernar- 
dino. Calif. 3424 

Fighting through ; a 1-act play for 
junior and senior high schools, by 
Beatrice M. Casey. Dayton. O.. 
Paine publishing company [1934] 
48 p. diagr. 16mo. © June 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 15 : D 29648 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3425 

Finish the rubber ; by M. R. Levis. © 
1 c. June 21, 1934; D 29743; Mar- 
jorie Rice Levis, Flushing, N. Y. 

3426 

Finished abroad ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Metcalfe. © 1 c. May 19. 1934; D 
29550; Jolliffe Metcalfe, London. 

3427 

First nighter ; radio broadcast. June 
1. 1934. The door is open, by Dar- 
ren Ware. © 1 c. June 2, 1934; D 
29436; Canipana sales Co., Batavia. 
111. 3428 

June 8, 1934. Public ene- 
mies, by Arnold B. Stiermann. © 
1 c. June 11, 1934; D 29558: Cam- 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 3429 



June 15, 1934. The pink 

pussy cat, by Agnes Ridgway. © 1 
c. June 18, 1934; D 29674; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 3430 

June 22, 1934. Starlight and 

jasmine, by Amelia Clapham. © 1 c. 
June 25, 1934; D 29797; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 3431 

Flesh and blood; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Hoffman. © 1 c. June 2. 1934: 
D 29611 ; Stella Hoffman, Kew Gar- 
dens, L.I., N.Y. 3432 

Fleur d'Hawai ; operette en 3 acres, 
livret de Georges Delance [pseud, of 
Joseph Georgeon] d" apres Emme- 
rich Foldes, musique de Paul Abra- 
ham, chansons de Georges Delance. 
Paris. 1934. 2 p. 1., 90 p. 4to. Liv- 
ret. © May 1, 1934; 1 c. June 11, 
1934; D 29695; Editions Salabert. 
Paris. 3433 



Florestan l er . prince de Monaco : op- 
erette en 3 actes et 6 tableaux, de 
Sacha Guitry, couplets d'Albert Wil- 
lemetz. musique de W. Richard Her- 
mann. Paris, 1934. 1 p. 1.. 104 p. 
4to. Livret. © May 1. 1934: 1 c. 
June 11; D 29693; Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3434 

Folks next door: episodes 67-100, a 
series of radio sketches, by M. B. 
Dumas. © 1 c. May 22, 1934 : D 
29716 ; Mollie Bell Dumas, Memphis, 
Tenn. 3435 

Fools' paradise: a play of Jewish life 
in 1 act. by Bessie F. White. Bos- 
ton [1934] 25 p. 12mo. © June 
25. 1934: 2 c. June 29; D 29894; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3436 

For better or for worse ; a coined v in 
3 acts, by Tom Hillery [i.e. T. J. 
Hillery] © 1 c. June 8, 1934; D 
29531; Thomas J. Hillery, Boonton, 
N.J. 3437 

For saxophone; a play in 4 acts, by 
S. Treadwell. © 1 c. June 6, 1934 ; 
D 29499; Sophia Treadwell, New- 
ton, Conn. 3438 

Forget me not ; or, Waif's fate, a play, 
by Arthur J. Belasco. © 1 c. June 
11. 1934; D 29556: Jeannette Burs- 
ton, Hollywood. Calif. 3439 

Forty-niners (The) ; episodes 1-26. a 
radio serial, by Margaret Echard. © 
1 c. May 19. 1934: D 29503; Rusa U 
C. Comer advertising co., Kansas 
City. Mo. 344' > 

Fresh fields: a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Ivor Novell o. London. 1934. 77 p. 
plate, diagr. 8vo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1133] ) © Mar. 8, 
1934 ; 1 c. June 14 : D 29586 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3441 

Gay i The) adventure : a play in 3 acts, 
by Walter Haekett. London. New 
York. 1933. 89 p. plates, diagrs. 
8vo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
1719]) © Nov. 23. 1933: 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1934; 1 c. June 22; D 29821; 
Samuel French, ltd.. London. 3442 

Gay ninety : a play in 1 act, by Flor- 
ence Ryerson [i.e. Florence Ryersou 
Clements] and Colin Clements. New 
York. 1934. 28 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 8. 1934 : 2 c. June 15 : D 29636 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 3443 

George Washington ; a biographical 
play in 4 acts, by C. Westel. © 1 c. 
June 21. 1934; D 29751; Charles 
Westel, Philadelphia. 3444 



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3467 



Giant (The) Christmas book; recita- 
tions, songs, readings, pantomimes, 
drills, novelties, pageants, plays, for 
all ages, by Lenore Hetrick. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company, 
1934. 282 p. 12mo. Text. © June 
14, 1934 ; 2 c. and aff. June 15 ; AA 
149331 ; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 
3445 

Giant (The) who swallowed the clouds ; 
a Zuni folk-tale dramatized in 1 act, 
bv Susanna Myers. New York, The 
Drama bookshop, 1934. 2 p. 1., 2-9 
numb. 1. 4to. © May 15, 1934 ; 2 c. 
May 21; D 29564; Susanna Myers. 
New York. 3446 

Goat (The) ; by M. R. Levis. © 1 c. 
June 26. 1934; D 29809; Marjorie 
Kice Levis, Flushing, N.Y. 3447 

God of the moon ; or, Moon madness, 
episode nos. 1, 2, a play for radio 
presentation, by R. M. Hetrick and 
R. M. Wilson. © 1 c. each May 11, 
1934; D 29548. 29549; Richard M. 
Hetrick and Ruth M. Wilson, Los 
Angeles. 3448, 3449 

Golden (The) triangle; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. N. Parker. © 1 c. June 
2, 1934; D 29825; Louis N. Parker. 
London. 3450 

Gone tomorrow ; comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. Norris and F. Farr. © 1 c. June 
19, 1934; D 29710; Frank Norris 
and Finis Farr, New York. 3451 

Good (The) die young; a post-prandial 
comedy in 3 acts, by Murray Mc- 
Clymont. London, Rich & Cowan, 
ltd. [1934] 105 p., 1 1. 16mo. © 
Apr. 12, 1934 ; 1 c. June 7 ; D 29507 ; 
Murray McClymont, London. 3452 

Goose feather bed; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by V. L. Schorer. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1934; D 29879; Vera Lay 
Schorer, Kalamazoo, Mich. 3453 

Gray (The) wraith; a mystery drama 
in 3 acts, by H. M. Sutherland and 
Glenn Kiser. New York, 1934. 75 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 9, 1934; 2 c. 
June 15; D 29634; Samuel French, 
New York. 3454 

Great (The) myth; a drama in 3 acts, 

by Eleanor Beach [i.e. B. B. Nyvelt] 

© 1 c. June 18, 1934; D 29671; 

Eleanor Beach Nyvelt, Los Angeles. 

3455 

Growing pains; a comedy of adoles- 
cence in 3 acts, by Aurania Rouverol 
[i.e. Aurania Ellerbeck Rouveyrol] 
New York, 1934. 117 p. diagr. 



12mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition]) © Apr. 10, 1934; 2 c. 
June 15 ; D 29641 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 3456 

[Guele-komedie (Di) ; dramatic poem 
in 11 scenes, by H. Leivick] 

-xtt .(BaiVn ubi ~y~\) -.ynyaxi? nVix: n 
.n pn ,-i5?nb"a nVj? ]'x yayxs ytytaxn 

.f?3tt> .0 .h ,NJXp'ty .p'YP? 

7 p. 1.. 17-226, [1] p. 8vo. © Mar. 
1, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 19; D 28521; H. 
Leivick, New York. 3457 

Hail Columbia ! a comedy, in 3 acts, 
by W. Miles and Emma Wells. © 

1 c. June 9, 1934 ; D 29544 ; William 
Miles, New York. 345S 

Hallucination; a fantasy in 1 act, by 
O. A. Price. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1934 ; 
D 29815 ; Otho Allan Price, Toledo, 
O. 3459 

Ham-anders (The) ; no. 1, by G. 

Keefer. © 1 c. June 1, 1934; D 

29525 ; George Keefer, Los Angeles. 

3460 

Handicap; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Bovce Levins. New York, 1934. 91 
p. 'diagrs. 12mo. © May 10, 1934; 

2 c. June 15; D 29642; Samuel 
French, New York. 3461 

Hector ; an alarm in 2 scenes, by J. C. 
Logan. © 1 c. June 29, 1934; D 
29876; James Clarke Logan, Pitts- 
burgh. 3462 

Hemlock (The) cup ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Romer. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; 
D 29453 ; France Romer, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3463 

Her incubator husband ; a farce in 3 
acts, by Wall Spence. New York, 
1934. 98 p. diagr. 12mo. © May 
18, 1934 ; 2 c. June 15 ; D 29643 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 3464 

Her little god; a play in 3 acts. 
Anonymous. © 1 c. May 29, 1934 ; 
D 29526 ; Frances Shupper, Law- 
rence, L. I., N. Y. 3465 

Heritage ; a play in 3 acts, by A. W. 
Kammerer. © 1 c. June 23, 1934; 
D 29796: Alfred Walter Kammerer, 
North Arlington, N. J. 3466 

Hero, save my daughter; a melodra- 
matic pantomine. by Evelyn and 
Walter Richardson. Dayton, O., 
Paine publishing company. 1934. 13 
p. 12mo. © June 14. 1934 : 2 c. and 
aff. June 15 ; AA 149329 ; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 3467 



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5468 



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His Imperial Highness flirtation ; a 
fragment of life's romance and ro- 
mantic life, by T. Cisarova-Brasilska. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1934; D 29441; 
Teresia Cisarova-Brasilska., Chicago. 
3468 

His intentions were good ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by J. O. Kesselring. 
© 1 c. June 5, 1934 ; D 29536 ; Joseph 
■ O. Kesselring. New York. 3469 

His Lordship Mr. Eckleberry ; a trivial 
play of trivial things in 3 acts, by 
V. P. Satinsky. © 1 c. June 30, 
1934 ; D 29901 ; Victor Paul Satinsky, 
Philadelphia. 3470 

Hit and run ; a play in 1 act, by S. B. 
Smith and L. S. Prumbs. © 1 c. 
June 16, 1934; D 29665; Sarah B. 
Smith and Lucille S. Prumbs, New 
York. 3471 

Hobby-horses ; a comedv in 3 acts, by 
Cecil Holm [i.e. J. C. Holm] © 1 c. 
June 12, 1934 ; D 29574 ; John Cecil 
Holm, New York. 3472 

Hoimann (Der) ; ein schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Gottfried Kolwel. Ber- 
lin, 1934. 1 p. 1., 105 p. 12mo. © 
Apr. 1, 1934 ; 1 c. June 14 ; D 297S5 ; 
Arcadia-verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

3473 

Hollywood goes baby : by D. Freed- 

man. © 1 c. June 29, 1934; D 

29871. David Freedman, New York. 

3474 

Hollywood memories : a radio serial, 
by P. G. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1934 ; D 29761 : Albert Armer, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 3475 

Hollywood opening; a play in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts and an epilogue, by 
Cauda Currier. © 1 c. Mar. 3. 1934 ; 
D 29770; Ina Stewart Hershfield. 
Hollywood, Calif. 3476 

Holz, papier und geigenkasten ; eine 
kiinstlerkomodie in 3 akten, von 
Alois Florath. Berlin, 1934. 2 p. 1., 
[3]-91 p. 12mo. © Apr. 20. 1934; 

1 c. June 14 ; D 29786 ; Aivadia-ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3477 

Home town boy : a musical comedy in 

2 acts, book and lyrics by B. Ropes, 
music by Philip Charig. Text. © 
1 c. May 19, 1934: D 29440; Brad- 
ford Ropes, New York. 3478 

Honest (The) duffer; or. Doctor Dawn 
in politics, a burlesque on medical 
politics in 3 acts, by H. B. Anderson. 



Rev. version. © 1 c. June 22. 1934 ; 
D 29759; Harry B. Anderson. New- 
York. :;47!> 

Honeymoon kisses; a play, by A. A.. 
DuLany. © 1 c. June 1, 1934: D 
29423: Allen Albert DuLany, Los 
Angeles. 3480 

Hope and prey ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by Jack Preston [pseud, of J. P. 
Busehlen] Revision of play: Man 
hunt. © 1 c. May 15. 1934 : D 29451 ; 
John Preston Busehlen. Hollywoi d, 
Calif. 3481 

Hot air; a comedy in 3 acts, by Her- 
bert Ashton, jr. Boston [1934] 75 
p. diagr. 12rno. © June 13. 1934 ; 
2 c. June 29; D 29892: Walter H. 
Baker co.. Boston. 3482 

House's to live in: a play in 4 acts, 
by J. Beach. © 1 c. June 19. 1!>34 : 
D 2970S: John Beach. New York. 

3483 

How can you, Clarice? a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ruth Welty and G. Renouf. 
© 1 c. June 7. 1934 ; D 29515 : Gene 
Renouf, Washington. 34.84 

Hundredth (The) applicant; a play in 
1 act. by Margaret Napier. London, 
Rich & Cowan, lrd. [1934] 21 p., 1 1. 
12mo. © Apr. 12. 1934 ; 1 c. June 7 : 
D 29506; Margaret Napier, Shaftes- 
bury, Dorsetshire, England. 3485 

Illinois. Sec Touring America by 
plane. 

Importance (The) of being a rough- 
neck; a burlesque in 1 act. by Rob- 
ert Garland. New York, Samuel 
French, inc., 1934. 25 p. diagr. 
12mo. © May 25. 1934; 2 c. June 
16: D 29655: Robert Garland. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on A<t- 
ing edition with new matter added 
regarding production, scene design. 
etc.] 34S6 

Incredible youth; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Flexner. © 1 c. June 7. 1934: 
D 29512; Eleanor Flexner, New 
York. 3487 

Indigo Monday : a radiologic, by D. L. 
Hunt. © 1 -•. June 9. 1934 : D 29539 : 
Doris Livingston Hunt. Elizabeth. 
N.J. 3488 

Intolerance; a play in 3 acts, by V. It. 
Saigoi. © 1 c. June 12. 1934: D 
29570: Vivian Roy Saigoi. Becken- 
1 am, Kent. England. 34S9 



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1934 



Iowa. See Touring America by plane. 

Iron dice; a play of the north in 3 
acts, bv Kingsley and Jeanette Ben- 
edict. * © 1 ' c. May 12, 1934 ; D 
29439 ; Kingsley Benedict and Jean- 
ette Benedict, Hollywood, Calif. 

3490 

Jack-ass (The) ; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by B. Woolfolk. © 1 c. June 
11, 1934 ; D 29553 ; Boyle Woolfolk. 
Chicago. 3491 

Jealousy plays a part ; a farce comedy 
in 1 act, by Charles George. New 
York. 1934. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. June 15 ; D 29633 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 3492 

Joseph and Mary ; a Christmas drama 
in 9 episodes, by Esther C. Averill. 
Boston [1934] 26 p. 12mo. © 
May 29, 1934 ; 2 c. June 29; D 29889; 
Walter H. Baker Co., Boston. 3493 

Journeys thru modern Mother-Goose- 
Land ; a musical play in 3 acts, text 
and music by L. Salisbury. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1934 ; D 28685 ; Lottie Salis- 
bury, Los Angeles. 3494 

Joyous (The) season; a play, by Philip 
Barry. New York, Samuel French, 
1934. 5 p. 1., 3-168 p. 12mo. © 
May 20, 1934 ; 2 c. June 16 ; D 29732 ; 
Philip Barry, New York. 3495 

Judas was a woman ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Malamuth. © 1 c. June 5, 
1934 ; D 29464 ; Charles Malamuth. 
Pasadena. 3496 

Judgment day; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by E. Rice. © 1 c. June 29, 
1934; D 29877; Elmer Rice, New 
York. 3497 

July fourth in a radio car. See Call- 
ing all cars. 

Jungleland club ; a dramatized story, 
by A. F. Decker. © 1 c. June 21, 
1934; D 29746; Ammiel F. Decker, 
Pelham, N.Y. 3498 

Kakemono of Nagoshlgii ; a play of 
old Japan in 1 act, by Jack 
Redon. London, 1934. 14 p. 12mo. 
( [French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 21] ) © Mar. 16, 1934 ; 
1 c. June 14; D 29728; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3499 

Kidnapped ; a screen play in 6 scenes, 
by Count L. Hamon. © 1 c. May 
21, 1934; D 29717; Count Louis 
Hamon, Hollywood, Calif. 3500 



King (The) who would be a socialist. 
See Magnophile (The) and other 
plays. 

King's (The) match. See Royal (The) 
road to romance. 

King's (The) spaniel; a play in 
1 act, by William P. Templetou. 
London, 1934. 19 p. diagr. 12lno. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1521] ) 
© Mar. 23. 1934; 1 c. June 14; D 
295S2 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 
3501 

Kitchen (The) cabinet; an Americau 
historical comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Gilchrist. © 1 c. June 12, 1934 ; D 
29566; Edward Gilchrist, Jaffrev, 
N.H. 3502 

Konferenz im griinen ; ein heiteres 
spiel in 3 akten, von Kurt Schuder. 
© 1 c. June 14, 1934; D 29791; 
Biihnenverlag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 3503 

Krakeel am Main (Der feindliche 
bruder) ; ein volksstiick aus vei- 
worrener zeit in 6 bildern, von Willy 
Kleineder. © 1 c. June 14, 1934; 
D 29793 ; Drei masken-verlag, a.g., 
Berlin. 3504 

Lake (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by Dor- 
othy Massingham in conjunction 
with Murrav MacDonald. London, 
Rich & Cowan ltd., 1933. 125, [1] p. 
12mo. © Apr. 20, 1933; 1 c. May 16, 
1934 ; D 29420 ; Anmer Hall, London. 
3505 

Last (The) act; a drama in 3 acts, 
by K. Clugston. © 1 c. May 16, 
1934 ; D 29524 ; Katharine Clugston, 
New York. 3506 

Last (The) hour; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by Charles Bennett. London, 
Rich & Cowan, ltd. [1934] 114 p., 
, 1 1. 12mo. © Apr. 12, 1934 ; 1 c. 
June 7; D 29510; Charles Bennett, 
London. 3507 

Late spring ; a drama in 3 acts, by C. 
Goodrich and A. Treen. © 1 c. Apr. 
25, 1934 ; D 29768 ; Alfred Treen and 
Carlton Goodrich, Chicago. 3508 

Laurel (The) bough; a dramatic com- 
' position in 3 acts, by K. E. Clawson 
and R. B. Cuthbert. © 1 c. May 21, 
1934; D 29714; Kathleen E. Claw- 
son and Robertann B. Cuthbert, Chi- 
cago. 3509 

Lazy (The) moon minstrels ; a com- 
plete minstrel show, by J. C. Mc- 
Mullen. New York. [1934] 64 p. 
12mo. © June 15, 1934; 2 c. June 



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Lazy (The) moon ministrels. — Con. 
16: D 29650: Fitzgerald pub. corpo- 
ration. New York. 3510 

Leaves (The) of the tree; a pageant in 
celebration of the tercentenary of 
the settlement of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut, given on June 8 and 9, 
1934. Written and directed by Doris 
Campbell Holsworth. 1934. 3 p. 1.. 
5-52 p. 8vo. © June 8, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 6; D 29712; Doris Campbell 
Holsworth, Windsor, Conn. 3511 

Legionnaire ; a play in 1 act, by Ver- 
non Sylvaine. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The Year book press, 
ltd. [1934] 26 p. 12mo. ([The 
Year book press series of plays] ) 
© June 4, 1934; 1 c. June 12; D 
29788; Vernon Sylvaine, London. 

3512 

Leopard spots ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
R. West. © 1 c. June 27, 1934; D 

29820; Rose West, Chicago. 3513 

Let's all go crazy. (Chateau Made- 
leine) : a play in 5 acts, by L. Le- 
febre and S. Morgen. © 1 c May 
29, 1934; D 29719; Ludwig Lefebre 
and Steven Morgen, New York. 3514 

Libby, McNeill & Libby puppet show — 
A Century of progress 1934, lyrics by 
Beverly S. Latham, music by Clar- 
ence Wheeler. Vocal Score. © 1 c. 
June 4. 1934; D 28684; Libby. Mc- 
Neill & Libby, Chicago. 3515 

Liberte provisoire ; comedie en 4 actes, 

par M. Duran. © 1 c. June 12, 

1934 ; D 29686 ; Michel Duran, Paris. 

3516 

Life comes uninvited : a play in 3 acts, 
by W. H. Salt. © 1 c. Juue IS. 
1934; D 29681; William H. Salt. 
Menlo Park, Calif. 3517 

Lifes trend: by N. R. Broder. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1934 ; D 29421 : Norman Ran- 
dolph Broder, Los Angeles. 3518 

Light (A) woman; a play in 3 acts, 

by S. Kemper. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; 

D 29455 : Sallie Kemper, New York. 

3519 

Like son. like father; a play in 3 acts, 
by Harold Lobe. © 1 c. June 21. 
1934; 1) 29752; Henry Lebedinsky. 
Brooklyn. 3520 

Lincoln: episodes 1-14. dramatized for 
radio by A. M. Montgomery, from 
the book Lincoln at New Salem, by 
Thomas P. Reep. © 1 c. June 18, 
1934: D 29685: Alice M. Montgom- 
ery, Petersburg, 111. 3521 



Lincoln at New Salem. See Lincoln. 

Little (The) house in Stangate; a 
play in 3 acts, by T. W. M. O'Flynn, 
being a modern adaptation from The 
caste of Tom Robertson [i.e. Thomas 
William Robertson] © 1 e. June 2. 
1!):;4: D 2!>4:!2: Thomas W. M. 
O'Flynn. New York. 3522 

Little (The) red school house: epi- 
sodes 1-16. a series of playlets, by 
B. Brown. © 1 c. June 2. 1934; I> 
29435 : Beverly Brown, New Or- 
ient. s. :\7<i:) 

Lluvia de perlas : poema dramatico en 
verso [por] Eudaldo Morell Casa- 
nova. Barcelona, Biblioteca Morell, 

1934. 6 p. 1.. [15]-174 p. 12m<>. © 
May 1. 1934; 1 c. May 18; A— For- 
eign 24767: Eudaldo Morell Casa- 
nova, Barcelona. Spain. 3523* 

Locked (The) room; a comedy mys- 
tery in 3 acts, by Herbert Ash ton. 
jr. New York. 1934. 85 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition]) © June 7. 1934: 2 c. 
June 15: D 29638; Samuel French. 
New York". 3524 

Locura (La) de amor; drama en 5 
actos, por Manuel Tamayo y Baus. 
edited by William Archibald What- 
ley and Randolph Arnold Haynes. 
New York. Newark [1934] xxv. 
[1], 214 p. front., ilhis. 12mo. © 
Apr. 2. 1934: 2 c. and aff. Apr. 6; 
A 70914; Silver, Burdett & co.. New- 
ark. N.J. [Copyright is claimed on 
dedication, preface, introduction, bib- 
liography, contents, reports, notes, 
etc.] :;524* 

Lone (The) Ranger: by Francis 
Striker: no. A-l. © 1 c. June 9. 
1934: D 29704; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 3525 

no. A-2. © 1 e. June 14. 

1934; D 29613: Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp.. Detroit. 3526 

no. A-3. © 1 c. June 23, 

1934: D 29778: Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. .".527 

no. A-4. © 1 c. June 29. 

1934 : D 29869; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 3528 

Long (The) Christmas dinner; play in 
1 act. by Thornton Wilder. Revised 
edition with full stage directions, by 
Alexander Dean. New York fete. 1 
Samuel French, inc., 1934. 2!) p. 
12mo. © June S. 1934 ; 2 c. June 16 : 
D 29731; Thornton Wilder, New 
Haven. 3529 



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no. 6, 1934 



354S 



Loose nuts; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
James Cleveland. © 1 c. June 28. 
1934; D 29832: James Lightfoot 
Cleveland, El Paso. 3530 

Louisa Alcott; a fantastic play of 
childhood, by Lowell Ames Norris. 
Boston [1934] 16 p. 12mo. © June 
12. 1934; 2 c. June 29; D 29890; 
Walter H, Baker CO., Boston. 3531 

Louisiana. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Loulou et ses boys ; operette en 3 actes 
de Marc Cab [pseud, of Marcel Ca- 
bridens], Paul Farge et Pierre 
Bayle, musique de Michel Emer et 
Georges Sellers. Paris, 1934. 1 p. 
L, 102 p. 4to. Livret. © May 1, 
1934; 1 c. June 11; D 29694; Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris. 3532 

Love-exchange ; or, Reno route, a sa- 
tirical comedy in 3 acts, by R. L. 
Hill. © 1 c. June 14, 1934 ; D 2962U ; 
Raymond Lee Hill, New York. 

3533 

Love laughs ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
C. Andrews. © 1 c. May 26,' 1934 ; 
D 29547 ; Charlton Andrews, New 
York, Philip Dunning, Westport, 
Conn. 3534 

Love shadows me everywhere ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Noel Taylor [pseud, 
of H. A. Tavlor, jr.] © 1 c. June 
12, 1934; D 29571; Harold Alex- 
ander Taylor, jr., New York. 3535 

Macbeth [by] William Shakespeare ; 
The Emperor Jones, by Eugene 
O'Neill, edited by Benjamin A. Hey- 
drick and Alfred A. May. New York 
[1934] viii p., 1 1., 274 p. front, 
(port.) illus. 12mo. (Noble's com- 
parative classics) © Mar. 16, 1934; 
2 c. May 19 ; aff. May 25 ; A 71771 ; 
Noble and Noble, New York. 3535* 

Mad (The) engine driver; a screen 
play in 7 scenes, by Count L. Hamon. 
© 1 c. June 16, 1934 : D 29668 ; Count 
Louis Hamon, Hollywood, Calif. 

3536 

Madone (La) du promenoir ; operette 
en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, livret et 
lyrics de Andre Barde [pseud, of 
Andre Bourdonneau] Musique de 
Christine. Paris, 1934. 1 p. L, 111 
p. 4to. Livret. © May 1, 1934; 
1 c. June 11 ; D 29692 ; Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3537 

Magic love ; a musical play in 3 acts, 
by Paul Carlyle [pseud, of G. H. P. 
Carlisle] Text. © 1 c. May 14, 



1934 ; D 29822 ; George Horace Paul 

Carlisle, Tunbridge Wells, England. 

3538 

Magic (The) mirror; grand opera in 
3 acts, based on the fairy tale of 
Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 
libretto by Constance D'Arcy Mac- 
kay, music by Wheeler Beckett. © 
1 c. June 25, 1934 ; D 28690 ; Wheeler 
Martin Alfred Beckett, Richmond. 

3539 

Magnophile (The) and other plays; a 
dramatic sequence, by Edwin 
Thomas Whiffen. Illustrations by 
Leander Leitner. Ridgewood, N.J., 
The Garen publishing co., 1934. 185 
p. illus., plates, port. 8vo. Dra- 
matic contents. — The magnophile.— 
The king who would be a socialist. — 
The realist. — Tyrant Fortune. © 
June 6, 1934 ; 2 c. June 9 ; D 29522 ; 
Edwin Thomas Whiffen, Mt. Vernon, 
N.Y. 3540 

Man hunt. See Hope and prey. 

Man (The) she made; a play in 3 
acts, by W. O. Wolflnger. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1934; D 29534; William 
Oliver Wolflnger, Hopkins, Mich. 

3541 

Manchukuo (The) dope ring. See 
Calling all cars. 

Manhattan labyrinth ; bk. 1, chapters 
[i.e. episodes 1-13] by J. P. Fox. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1934; D 29670; 
Joseph Philip Fox, New York. 3542 

Manhunters (The) ; by Francis Striker, 
no. A-l. © 1 c. June 9, 1934; D 
29703 ; Kunsky-Trendle broadcast- 
ing corp., Detroit. 3543 

no. A-2. © 1 c. June 14, 

1934; D 29615; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 3544 

no. A-3. © 1 c. June 23, 

1934 ; D 29779 ; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 3545 

D 29868; Kunsky-Trendle broad- 
casting corp., Detroit. 3546 

A-4. © 1 c. June 29, 1934; 

Manuscript of a novel ; a play in 1 
act, by E. L. Masters. © 1 c. June 
28, 1934; D 29830; Edgar Lee Mas- 
ters, New York. 3547 

Marauder (The) : a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Boot. © 1 c. June 1, 1934; D 
29428; Douglas Boot, Wylam-on- 
Tyne, England. 3548 



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pt. i, v. 7 



Margaret Brent ; an historical drama 
in 3 acts, by M. L. Fitzsimmons and 
L. M. OConnor. © 1 c. May 14, 
1934 ; D 29513 ; M. L. Fitzsimmons, 
St. Louis, and L. M. OConnor. Los 
Angeles. 3549 

Marita ; a romantic operetta in 2 acts, 
music by John De Beuris, book and 
lyrics, by Lenaya Resler. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1934; D 28693; Lenaya 
Marita Resler, New York. 3550 

Masquerade ; or, Behind the mask, epi- 
sode no. 1, a radio serial story, by I. 
Phillips. © 1 c June 13, 1934; D 
29602 ; Irna Phillips, Chicago. 3551 

Mayflower (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. N. Parker. Act 1, © 1 c. June 2. 
1934 : Acts 2, 3, © 1 c. June 22; ; D 
29827; Louis N. Parker, London. 

3552 

Men in red ; a satire in 1 act, by L. M. 
Sigband. © 1 c. June 21, 1934; D 
29741 ; Leo M. Sigband, Chicago. 

3553 

Merry (A) Christmas after all; by 
Evelyn Northrop. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company [1934] 41 p. 
16mo. © June 14, 1934; 2 c. June 
15 ; D 29644 ; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 3554 

Middle darkness ; a play in 3 acts, by 

H. Ephron. © 1 c. June 25, 1934; 

D 29835 ; Henry Ephron. New York. 

3555 

Mind and body; by D. Freedman. © 
1 c. June 29, 1934 ; D 29874 ; David 
Freedman, New York. 3556 

Mirthful (A) holiday at the fair; by 
G. H. Kasper. © 1 c. June IS. 
1934; D 29706; Geraldine Helen 
Kasper, Chicago. 3557 

Miss Mobray's big moment ; a comedy 

in 1 act, by E. T. Wolverton. © 1 

c. June 15, 1934; D 29629; Ethel 

Traugh Wolverton, Middletown, Ind. 

3558 

Mississippi. See Touring America by 
plane. 

Mixed doubles ; a draw in 1 act, by 
Murray McClymont. London. Rich 
& Cowan, ltd. [1934] 23, [1] p. 
12mo. © Apr. 12, 1934 ; 1 c, June 7 ; 
D 2950S ; Murray McClymont. Lon- 
don. 3558 

Mock-marriage review ; story, mono- 
logue, dialogue, words and music in 
1 act, by B. Samberg. © 1 c. June 
16, 1934; D 28686; Benjamin Sam- 
berg, Brooklyn. 3560 



Modern (A) goddess; a comedy drama 
in 2 acts with prologue, by M. C. 
Kuhlmann, based on a story by 
Nellie V. Nichols. © 1 c. June 15, 
1934: D 29623; Maurice C. Kuhl- 
mann, Hollywood, Calif. 3561 

Monkey business; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by E. Longstreth. Text. 
© 1 c. June 22, 1934; D 2975S; 
Edward Longstreth, New York. 

3562 

Monologues and character sketches ; 
by Helen Osgood. New York. Los 
Angeles [etc.] 1934. viii p., 1 1., 
150 p. 12mo. © May 25. 1934 ; 2 c. 
and aff. June 16; A 73105; Samuel 
French, New York. 3562* 

Monstruo (El) ; poema draru&tico en 
verso [por] Eudaldo Morell Casa- 
nova. Barcelona. Biblioteca Morell, 
1934. 6 p. 1.. [15]-206 p. © May 
1. 1934; 1 c. May 18: A— Foreign 
24766; Eudaldo Morell Casanova. 
Barcelona, Spain. 3562** 

Moon madness. See God of the moon. 

More in sorrow than in anger ; a com- 
edy of very nice people in 1 act. by 
Charles O'Brien Kennedy. New 
York, Samuel French, inc., 1934. 23 
p. diagr. 12mo. © June S. 1934: 
2 c. June 16; D 29734; Charles 
O'Brien Kennedy, New York. 3563 

More scenes in free acts, by G. Froin- 
hold. © 1 c. June 12, 1934: D 
29567: Grace Fromhold, New Ro- 
chelle, N.Y. C564 

Mother or wife ; a 3-act melodrama, 
by M. A. Goldstein. © 1 c. June 14, 
1934; D 29621; Max Aaron Gold- 
stein, Lakewood. N.J. 3565 

Mothers of daughters, only ; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by E. A. Peck, g) 
1 e. May 17. 1934 ; D 29552 ; Edith 
A. Peck, East Haddam, Conn. 3566 

Mummers ; episode 1, Dark triumph, 
by Jack Van Nostrand, adapted for 
radio from the short story of Charles 
Linton Tedford. © 1 o. June 29. 
1934; D 29870; Don Lee broadcast- 
ing system, Los Angeles. 3567 

Nacht (Die) vor dem ultimo; lustspiel 
in 5 bildern. von Rudolf Lothar uud 
Hans Adler. © 1 c. May 9. 1934 : 
D 29561 ; Theaterverlag Otto Eirich. 
g.m.b.h., Vienna. 3568 

Naked as the earth : a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Weiss. © 1 c. June 12, 1934 ; 
D 29575 ; Arnold Weiss. Paterson. 

3569 



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3588 



Negroid (The) spirit of the south- 
land ; a 1-act play, by R. N. Gregg, 
in collaboration with S. McKissick 
and L. Bailey. © 1 c. May 5, 1934 ; 
D 29470; Richard N. Gregg, New 
York. 3570 

New readers' Shakespeare. [v. 5] 
The tragedy of Julius Caesar ; ed- 
ited by G. B. Harrison and F. H. 
Pritchard. American edition pre- 
pared by Marquis E. Shattuck. New 
York [1934] xiv, 149 p. ports., 
plates. l6mo. © June 11, 1934; 

2 c. and aft. June 16; A 73094; 
Henry Holt and company, inc., New 
York. 3570* 

Night court derelicts ; no. 1, a com- 
plete radio story, by W. Chase. © 

1 c. June 1, 1934 ; D 29823 ; William 
Chase, New York. 3571 

Nimron ; opera in 1 act, libretto by 
Vin Sandry, music by M. Gusman. 
© 1 c. June 27, 1934; D 28691; 
Meyer Gusman, Brooklyn. 3572 

Nine (The) lives of Emily; a comedy 
in 1 act, by John Kirkpatrick. New 
York, 1934. 2 p. 1., 48 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Apr. 6, 1934; 2 c. June 
15; D 29640; Samuel French, New 
York. 3573 

No crime, no punishment ; a drama in 

3 acts, by O. Killingsworth. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1934; D 29429; Oland Kill- 
ingsworth, New York. 3574 

No more men ; a play in 1 act, by 
C. C. Wisner. © 1 c. June 16, 1934 ; 
D 29660 ; Carl Chauncey Wisner, Los 
Angeles. 3575 

Nobile (La) vendetta; ovvero, II ven- 
dicatore sconosciuto, dramma in 4 
atti, di Salvatore Ruggieri e F. Rug- 
gieri. © 1 c. June 22, 1934; D 
29754: Ferdinand Ruggieri, Phila- 
delphia. 3576 

Not a chance ; a play in 3 acts, by 

M. Goepel. © 1 c. June 5, 1934 ; D 

29457 ; Margaret Goepel, New York. 

3577 

Not for children; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Rice. © 1 c. June 12, 1934; 
D 29578; Elmer Rice, New York. 

3578 

Novel (The) princess; a romantic 
farce comedy in 3 acts, by Ellen 
Evans Burns. New York, 1934. 112 
p. diagrs. 12mo. © May 21, 1934 ; 

2 c. June 15; D 29635; Samuel 
French, New York. 3579 



Nudist (The) colony girl; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by A. Wishert and 

F. S. Noxon. © 1 c. June 4, 1934; 
D 29446; Allen Wishert nd Frank 
S. Noxon, Dallas. 3580 

O mon bel inconnu . . . . ; comedie 
musicale en 3 actes, de Sacha Guitry, 
musique de Reynaldo Hahn. Paris, 
1934. 2 p. 1.. 100 p. 4to. Livret. 
© May 1, 1934; 1 c. June 11; D 
29691; Editions Salabert, Paris. 

3581 

Oeil de lynx ; comedie en 3 actes, par 

G. Andr§-Cuel, D. Poire et avec la 
collaboration de Abel Deval [pseud. 
of A. Boularan] © 1 c. May 29, 
1934; D 29807; George Andre-Cuel, 
Daniel Poire and Abel Boularan, 
Paris. 3582 

Off the course ; a play in 2 acts, by 

R. P. Craig. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; D 

29452 ; Roger Paul Craig, New York. 

3583 

Oh Garson ! Why Patsy ! a satirical 
farce in 3 acts, by C. G. Becker. © 
1 c. June 28, 1934; D 29828; Carl 
G. Becker, Dallas. 3584 

Oh youth ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Ernita Lascelles [i.e. E. L. Ranson] 
© 1 c. June 15, 1934; D 29631; 
Ernita Lascelles Ranson, Beech- 
hurst, L.I., N.Y. 3585 

Old (The) folks at home; a play in 3 
acts [by] H. M. Harwood. London, 
Victor Gollancz ltd., 1934. 95 p. 
12mo. © June 20, 1934; 1 c. June 
26; D 29813; Harold Marsh Har- 
wood, London. 3586 

Oliver Oliver ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Paul Osborn. New York, Samuel 
French, inc., 1934. 94 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition]) © June 11, 1934; 2 c. 
June 16; D 29735; Paul Osborn, 
Elberon, N.J. 3587 

Oliver Twist; a play in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by D. M. Vance, based on 
the novel of the same name, by 
Charles Dickens. © 1 c. June 18, 
1934; D 296S0; Daisy Melville 
Vance, Berkeley, Calif. 3588 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
eighth series ; twenty contemporary 
plays by American, English and 
Japanese writers. Preface by Alice 
Gerstenberg. New York, Los An- 
geles [etc.] 1934. x, 373 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The gay white way, by 
Elmer Rice. — As you find it, by Rich- 
ard Mansfield.— The ides of March, 



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One-act plays— Continued 

by Arnold Bennett and Fred Al- 
cock. — The falling of an apple, by 
Charles O'Brien Kennedy. — Blue sea 
and red rose, by Glenn Hughes. — 
Angelica, by Babette Hughes. — The 
purple door knob, by Walter Prich- 
ard Eaton. — Portrait by proxy, by 
Albert Barker.— Th' feller from Oma- 
ha, by E. P. Conkle. — The village 
school, by Takeda Izumo. — Portrait 
of an old lady, by Richard Mad- 
den.— At the Mitre, by Margaret 
Turnbull. — Their first anniversary, 
by Anne Morrison. — Buffalmacco's 
jest, by M. Jagendorf. — So long, by 
Leopold Atlas. — The emperor's doll, 
by Ethel Van der Veer and Frank- 
lyn Bigelow. — Retreat, by Grace 
Dorcas Ruthenburg. — Jolm-a-dreams, 
by Edward Rush Duer. — The mira- 
cle-merchant, by Saki. — A transfer 
of property, by Mark Reed. © May 
12, 1934; 2 c. and aff. June 16; A 
73106 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3588* 

One egg ; a farce in 1 act, by Babette 
Hughes.' New York [1934] 4 p. 1., 
19 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 8. 
1934 ; 2 c. June 16 ; D 29653 ; Samuel 
French, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on Acting edition with new 
matter added regarding production, 
scene design, etc.] 3589 

Opfergang; ein schauspiel in 5 akten 
und einem nachspiel, von Felix 
Liitzkendorf. © 1 c. June 14, 1934 ; 
D 29792 ; S. Fischer verlag a.-g., Ber- 
lin. 3590 

Order please; a comedy with murder 
in 3 acts, by E. C. Carpenter, based 
on a play by Walter Hackett. © 1 
c. May 24, 1934; D 29456; Edward 
Childs Carpenter, New Hartford, 
Conn. 3591 

Other (The) sister; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Musgrove Strange [i. e. E. M. 
Strange] © 1 c. June 7, 1934; D 
29520 ; Edward Musgrove Strange, 
New York. 3592 

Our husband ; a sketch, by Brandon 
Fleming. London, New York, 1933. 
15 p. 12 mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1413]) © Feb. 15, 1933; 
1 c. June 22, 1934 ; D 29885 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3593 

Our mutual friend ; a drama in 4 acts, 
adapted from Charles Dickens's book, 
Our mutual friend, by M. Lichten- 



stein. © 1 c. June 15, 1934 : D 
29764; Minnie Lichtenstein. San 
Francisco. 3594 

Out of the fog; a drama in 3 acts, by 
G. Polachek. © 1 c. June 0, 1934 : 
D 29495; Gizella Polachek. New- 
York. 3595 

Over my dead body; a play in :; acts, 
by F. Oursler. © 1 c. June 1, 1934; 
D 29427 ; Fulton Oursler. West Fal- 
mouth, Mass. 3596 

Owl (The) (He sees at night) ; a play 
in 2 acts, by Mark Swan. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1934; D 29709: Mark E. 

Swan, New York. 3597 

OxydoPs own Ma Perkins; episodes 
nos. 187-207. 209, by Frank Dahm. 
© 1 c. June 9, 1934; D 29542; 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3596 

Pageant (The) of the helping hands: 
together with a service of worship 
for children's day [by] Louis Wil- 
son, music selected by Violet Otto 
Wilson. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
1934. 16 p. illus. 8 vo. Contains 
music. © Apr. 11, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
J 7; D 29563; Methodist bonk con- 
cern. New York. 3599 

Pageant of women; a play in 10 
scenes, by M. I. Warner. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1934; D 29622; Mary Irene 
Warner, Albany. 3600 

Palace (The) of adventure: episodes 
1-13, a radio serial by Diana Star 
[pseud, of R. White] © 1 c. May 
21, 1934 ; D 29243 ; Ruth White, Los 
Angeles. 3601 

Pants; a play in 3 acts, by A. R, 
Blackburn. © 1 c. June 8. 1934; D 
29530; Agnes R. Blackburn. Santa 
Monica, Calif. 3602 

Paradise plantation; a play in 3 acts, 
by Shirland Quin [pseud, of E. 
Northwood] © 1 c. June 2. 1934; 
D 29438; Enid Northwood. Ewa. 
Hawaii. 3603 

Parolers (The) ; by M. R. Levis. © 
1 c. June 21, 1934; D 29745: Mnr- 
jorie Rice Levis, Flushing, N.Y. 

3604 

Pass, mother; a play in 3 acts, by P.. 
K. Simcoe. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; D 
29454; Benjamin Simcoe, Brooklyn. 

3605 

Passed dreams (Reves enfuis) ; epi- 
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10 tableaux, par Jean d'Ars [pseud. 

of C. Eymael] © 1 c. May 29, 1934 ; 

D 29609: Christiane Eyraael, Paris. 

3606 

Passions-spiel (Das) in Oberammer- 
gau ; ein geistliehes festspiel in 3 
abteilungen, mit 20 lebenden bildern, 
mit beniitzung der alten texte ver- 
fasst von J. A. Daisenberger. Offi- 
zieller gesamttext fiir das jahr 1934 
iiberarbeitet und neu herausgegeben 
von der Gemeinde Oberammergau. 
Diessen vor Miinchen, J. C. Huber 
[1934] 143 p. front., illus. 16mo. © 
Apr. 9, 1934 ; 1 e. June 14 ; D 297S1 ; 
Gemeinde Oberammergau, Oberam- 
mergau, Germany. 3607 

Path (The) of glory; a comedy in 2 
parts, by J. Schrank. © 1 c. June 
22, 1934; D 29753; Joseph Schrank, 
New York. 3608 

Pathways of progress, the pageant of 
Rochester ; in a prologue and 10 
scenes, by E. Hungerford. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1934; D 29607; Edward 
Hungerford, New York. 3609 

Payment deferred ; a play in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts, and epilogue, by Jeffrey 
Dell, from the novel by C. S. Fores- 
ter. London, 1934. 90 p. plates. 
8vo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
2138] ) © Mar. 12, 1934 ; 1 c. June 
14; D 29587; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3610 

Pest (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. L. Connes. © 1 c. June 5, 1934 ; 
D 29462; Mathias L. Connes, New 
York. 3611 

Petrus ; piece en 3 actes [par] Marcel 
Achard. Paris, 1934. 42 p. illus. 
4to. (La Petite illustration, no. 
668) © Mar. 31, 1934; 1 c. May 
29; D 29606; Marcel Achard, Paris. 
3612 

Phedra ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by H. B. 
Lister. © 1 c. June 11, 1934; D 
29554 ; Henry Bertram Lister, San 
Francisco. 3613 

Phedre. See Andromaque. 

Pied (The) Piper of Hamelin ; a chil- 
dren's play in 4 scenes by Helene 
Scheu-Riesz. Arranged for the musi- 
cal score and supplied with song- 
texts by Rudolf St. Hoffmann. Eng- 
lish translation by Sylvia Spencer 
Welch. Music by Karl Weigh 
Vienna, 1934. 3 p. 1., 3-35 p. 12mo. 
[Libretto] © May 17, 1934; 1 c. 
June 15; D 29790; Universal edi- 
tion, a.g., Vienna. 3614 



Pink (The) pussy cat. See First 
nighter. 

Plain people; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Schulman. © 1 c. June 16, 1934; 
D 29664; Joseph Schulman, New 
York. 3615 

Playboys rendezvous ; by P. W. Kre- 

mer. © 1 c. June 4, 1934 ; D 29763 ; 

Pearl Williams Kremer, St. Louis. 

3616 

Poe and Lenore ; a play in 3 acts with 
a prologue, by L. MacRae. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1934; D 29829; Lillian 
MacRae, Richmond. 3617 

Point Valaine; a play in 3 acts, bv 
N. Coward. © 1 c. June 27, 1934; 
D 29866; Noel Coward, London. 

3618 

Poison (The) party; a burlesque com- 
edy in 1 act, by F. Sladen-Smith. 
London, New York, 1983. 23, [1] p. 
cliagr. , 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no v 1389]) © Feb. 23, 1933: 
1 c. June 22, 1934 ; D 28883 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3619 

Pontiac at Detroit ; a drama based on 
the siege of Detroit, in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by J. C. Logan and Har- 
old Allen. © 1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 
29603; James Clarke Logan, Pitts- 
burgh. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and changes] 3620 

Portrait by Pan ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. Ellison Adams. © 1 c. May 24, 
1934; D 29699; Francis Ellison Ad- 
ams, Maitland, Fla. 3621 

Portraits in pastel ; no. 1; a series of 
radio scripts, by R. E. Kress. © 
1 c. June 5, 1934 ; D 29718 ; Rosalind 
Elaine Kress, New York. 3622 

Postponed hearing. See Delayed jus- 
tice. 

Poussiere ; piece en 3 actes, par L. 

Marchand. © 1 c. June 12, 1934: 

D 29687; Leopold Marchand, Paris. 

3623 

Preface to a wedding ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. Robert Rabinovitch. © 
1 c. June 18, 1934 ; D 29679 ; Reuben 
Robert Rabinovitch, Montreal, Can- 
ada. 3624 

President Washington visits General 
Brooks; [by] Ruth Dame Coolidge. 
(InThe Medford historical register, 
v. xxxvi, no. 4, Dec, 1933) © Mar. 
9, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 19; D 29438; Ruth 
Dame Coolidge, West Medford, Mass. 



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President's (The) quarter; a play in 7 
scenes, by O. F. Grahame. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1934; D 29518; Orville F. 
Grahame, New York. 3626 

Profession (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. S. Bardoly. © 1 c. June 6, 
1934; D 29494; Louis S. Bardoly, 
Cleveland. 3627 

Proxy; a comedy in 3 acts, by Wil- 
liam and Waldo Salt. © 1 c. June 
18, 1934 ; D 29682 ; William H. Salt, 
Menlo Park, Calif. 3628 

Public enemies. See First nigbter. 

Public enemy number one ; a comedy 

drama in 3 acts, by J. W. Young. 

© 1 c. June 28, 1934; D 29831; 

John Wray Young, Hutchinson, Kan. 

3629 

Queen (The) bee; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Croy. © 1 c. June 20, 
1934; D 29725; Mae Savell Croy, 
New York. 3630 

Radio sketch ; by D. Freedman. © 1 
c. June 29. 1934; D 29872; David 
Freedman, New York. 3631 

Piain from heaven ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. N. Behrman. © 1 c. June 13. 
1934 ; D 29601 ; S. N. Behrman, New 
York. 3632 

Rainbow at night; a play in 4 acts, 

■ by H. Fleming. © 1 c. June 13, 

1934: D 29599; Plerbert Fleming, 

Belfast, Northern Ireland. 3633 

Range (The) boss; a play in 5 scenes, 
by K. B. Miller. © 1 c. June 12, 
1934 ; D 29573 ; Katherine Browning- 
Miller, San Francisco. 3634 

Realist (The) See Magnophile (The) 
and other plays. 

Rt-gne (Le) d'Adrienne; piece en 3 
actes, par P. Brach. © 1 c. June 
12, 1934; D 2968S ; Paul Brach, 
Paris. 3635 

Relax; a comedy in 1 act, by Kathryn 
Kerr Todd. New York. 1934. 19 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 29, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 15: D 29632; Samuel French. 
New York. 3636 

Reno route. See Love-exchange. 

Representative English dramas from 
Dryden to Sheridan ; edited by Fred- 
erick Tupper and James W. Tupper. 
New and enlarged edition. New 
York [1934] iv p., 2 1., 3-722 p. 
8vo. Contents. — The conquest of 
Granada, by J. Dryden. — All for love, 
by J. Dryden. — The country wife. 



by W. Wycherley. — The man of 
mode, by G. Etherege. — -Venice pre- 
served, by T. Otway. — Love's last: 
shift, by C. Gibber.— The relapse, by 
Sir J. Vanbrugh. — The way of the 
world, by W. Congreve. — The beaux' 
stratagem, by G. Farquhar. — Cato, 
by J. Addison. — The tragedy of Jane 
Shore, by N. Rowe. — The conscious 
lovers, by R. Steele. The beggar's 
opera, by J. Gay. — Tom Thumb the 
Great, by H. Fielding. — The Loudon 
merchant, by G. Lillo. — She stoops to 
conquer, by O. Goldsmith. — The ri- 
vals, by R. B. Sheridan. — The school 
for scandal, by R. B. Sheridan. © 
June 7. 1934 : 2 c. and aff. June 15 ; 
A 72793 ; Oxford university press. 
New York, inc., New York. 3636* 

Reves enfuis. See Passed dreams. 

Right (The) hand of the prince: ;i ro- 
mantic comedy in 5 acts, by L. N. 
Parker. © 1 c. June 2. 1934 : D 
29826 ; Louis N. Parker. London. 

3637 

Right (The) to live; an epic in 3 acts, 
by A. Delson and A. Beilin. © 1 c. 
May 21, 1934 ; D 29667 ; Abner Del- 
son and Al. Beilin, Hollywood, Calif. 
3638 

Rin- (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by II. R. 
Williams. © 1 c. June 11, 1934 : D 
29555: Helen Rovene Williams. New 
Haven. 

Roman (The) derby; a skit, by A. L. 
Ferguson. © 1 c. June 23. 1934; !> 
29772; A. Lee Ferguson. Bloomfield, 
N.J. 3040 

Romanze von heute ; operette in 3 
akten, von R. Schanzer und Ernst 
Weliscb, musik von Leo Ascber. 
Text. © 1 c. May 25. 1934: D 
29722 : Rudolph Schanzer. Bad Ischl. 
Austria. 3641 

Roulmas, sauveur du monde : piece en 
2 actes et 5 tableaux, de J 
Rhodes [pseud, of J. F. Rho : 
1 c. June 12, 1934; D 2979": Jo- 
seph Fernand Rhodes, Paris. 3642 

Royal (The) road to romance; or. 
The king's match, a radio serial pro- 
gram in 3 a<ts. by L. Howard. © 1 
c. Feb. 23. 1934: D 297»!2 : Lorin 
Howard. Hollywood. Calif. 3643 

Rue de I'Arbre Benit ; a play in 3 
acts, by L. M. Monroe. © 1 c. June 
2. 1934 : D 20431 ; Lillian Marie Mon- 
roe, New Yoik. 3644 



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3654 



Sagrificio e arnore. See Come le due 
madri. 

St. Maries the mother of Maryland ; a 
pageant depicting the history of 
Maryland's first capitol, in 8 epi- 
sodes, by K. R. Coontz. © 1 c. June 
12, 1934; D 29577; Kathleen Read 
Coontz, Washington. 3645 

Sarah Pullan; a tragedy in 1 act, by 
Norman Hillas. London, 1934. 19 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1709]) © Mar. 23, 1934; 
1 c. June 14; D 29580; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3646 

Saving grace; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. J. Mann. © 1 c. June 21, 1934 ; 
D 29740; Robert Johnston Mann, 
Lakewood, O. 3647 

Scarlet (The) letter; opera in 4 acts, 
book and music by Arthur Louis 
Iverson, from the novel by Nathaniel 
Hawthorne. © 1 c. June 27, 1934 ; 
D 28692; Myrle M. Iverson, Royal 
Oak, Mich. [Copyright is claimed 
on changes and additions to both 
words and music, by Arthur Louis 
Iverson] 3648 

Schelm (Der) von Bergen; ein 
schauspiel, von Carl Zuckmayer. 
Berlin [1934] 133, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 29, 1934; 1 c. June 14; D 
29783 ; Propylaen-verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 3649 

School (The) for husbands; a comedy 
for wives in 3 acts, by Frederick 
Jackson. London, New York, 1933. 
106 p. plate, diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1182] ) 
© Aug. 16, 1933 ; 1 c. June 22, 1934 ; 
D 29884; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3650 

School plays for all occasions ; by Mad- 
alene D. Barnum. New York [1934] 
x p., 1 L, [2], 11-188 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — The bee hive, a play for 
Labor day. — Diego's dream, a play 
for Columbus's birthday. — Scotch 
grace, a play for Thanksgiving- 
day. — Everybody happy, a play for 
Christmas day. — Honest Abe, an in- 
terlude for Lincoln's birthday. — 
Eaglesfeather, a play for Washing- 
ton's birthday. — Here again, an op- 
eretta for May day. — Tom's back- 
yard, a play for Arbor day. — Breth- 
ren, a play for Peace day. — How 
sleep the brave, an interlude for 
Memorial day. — Past, present and 



future, a play for Graduation day. 
© May 28. 1934; 2 c. and aff. May 
31 ; A 71832 ; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., 
New York. 3650* 

Scipio ; ein schauspiel in 5 akten, von 
Albrecht Haushofer. Berlin [1934] 
223, [1] p. 12mo. © Apr. 26, 1934 ; 
1 c. June 14; D 29784; Propylaen- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berliu. 3651 

Scotty ; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. du R. Macpherson. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1934 ; D 29444 ; L. du Rocher 

Macpherson, New York. 3652 

Sealed (A) verdict; a drama in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts and an epilogue, by 
D. E. Hanlon and A. P. Myers. © 
1 c. May 22, 1934 ; D 29471 ; Dan E. 
Hanlon and Allen P. Myers, New 
York. 3653 

Second hand Myra ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. A. Jefferis. ©lc. June 2, 1934 ; 
D 29449; William A. Jefferis, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3654 

Second (The) yearbook of short plays ; 
twenty-five new non-royalty plays 
designed for study and production, 
selected and edited by Lee Owen 
Snook, decorations, by Joseph M. 
O'Malley, Evanston, 111., New York 
[etc., 1934] ix, 492 p. diagr. 8vo. 
Contents. — Shoes of happiness, by 
Hubert Wright Hodgens. — His broth- 
er's keeper, by Parker Hord. — ■ 
Fancy's knell, by Warren Beck. — 
Three's a crowd, by Sara Sloane 
McCarty and E. C. McCarty — Sun- 
set by Slantsky, by John Houston. — 
Swamp spirit, by Lealon Norvel 
Jones. — Overdue, by Her mine 
Duthie. — Faith and works, by Sarah 
C. Pettie. — Another beginning, by. 
Guernsey Le Pelley. — A hospital 
fancy, by Manta S. Graham. — It 
took a woman, by Laura Miller. — A 
knight in Spain, by Willis Knapp 
Jones. — Saturday evening, by Alla- 
dine Bell. — The mayor's hose, by 
Stanley Kauffmann. — Light, by Al- 
fred I. Tooke. — Two wise men, by 
Ian Forbes. — A little change, by 
Belle MacDiarmid Ritchey. — Moon 
on the bog, by Alexander Winston. — 
The caravan, by Edna Higgins 
Strachan. — The powers that be, by 
Sara Sloane McCarty and E. Clay- 
ton McCarty. — One fine day, by 
Louise Sublette Perry. — Cassandra, 
by Parker Hord. — Objections over- 
ruled, by William Ellis Jones. — Two 
gentlemen of the bench, by Zillah 
K. Macdonald and Victor O'Dwyer. — 



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Second (T]he) yearbook of short 
plays — Continued. 
The other apostles, by George E. 
Callahan. © June 27, 1934; 2 c. 
June 30 ; D 29898 ; Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. 3655 

Senator (The) from Pennsyltucky : a 
play, by John Murray and Allen 
Boretz. © 1 C May 1, 1934; D 
29551 ; Rocke productions, inc., New 
York. 3656 

Senator so-and-so; a piny in 3 acts, by 
J. K. Milieu. © 1 c. May 12, 1934 ; 
D 29604 ; James Knox Millen, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3657 

Separation ; in 3 acts, by H. Kalinano- 
witz. .tPB'Tuoxn^xj? .n pa ;jxtPX-iyayo 

© 1 c. June 29, 1934; D 29880; 
Harry Kalmanowitz, Brooklyn. 

3658 

Servante ( La ) sans gages ; piece en 5 
actes [par] Jean Yole [pseud, of L. 
de Robert] [Paris] 1934. 38, [2] 
p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 667]) © Mar. 24, 1934; 
1 c. May 15; D 29713; Leopold de 
Robert, Vendrennes ( Vendee ) 
France. 3659 

Seven (The) leaders; an Indian fable 
dramatized in 1 act, by Susanna 
Myers. New York, The Drama 
bookshop, 1934. 1 p. 1., 4 numb. 1. 
4to. © May 15, 1934 ; 2 c. May 21 ; 
D 29565 ; Susanna Myers, New York. 
3660 

Seven sacred plays ; with an introduc- 
tion, by Sir Francis Younghusband, 
and some notes on the producing of 
religious plays, by A. H. Debenham. 
London [1934] various pagings. 12 
mo. Contents. — Simon, by Leonard 
J. Hines. — The apostle play, by Max 
Mell, tr. from the German by Maude 
Valerie White. — The Prince of 
peace, by A. H. Debenham. — The 
crown of light, by A. M. Bulkley. — 
In the city of David, by Francis 
Gonne. — The passion play of Als- 
feld, tr. from the edition of M. Wall- 
Neumann of the German play of the 
sixteenth century, by Winifred 
Katzin. — Good-will toward men, by 
A. H. Debenham. © 1 c. May 28, 
1934 ; A ad int. 1S990 ; pubd. Apr. 12 ; 
Methuen & co., London. 3660* 

Seven words and a finger print. See 
Calling all cars. 



Shadow ; a tragedy in 4 acts, by Way- 
land Rudd. © 1 c. June 27. 1934; 
D 29818; Wayland L. Rudd, Wash- 
ington. 3661 

Shadow world: episodes 1, 1A, a radio 
play, by Harry A. Earnshaw and 
Vera Oldham. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1934 ; 
D 29442; Earnshaw- Young, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3662 

She encouraged the boys ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by M. E. Anderson. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1934 ; D 29747 ; Malcolm E. 
Anderson, New York. 3663 

She loves me; a travesty on She loves 
me not, by D. Freedman. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1934; D 29873; David 
Freedman, New York. 3664 

Silent (The) women; or, Ethan 
Frome, a play in 3 acts with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by Lowell Bar- 
rington, adapted from the short 
story by Edith Wharton. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1934 ; D 29502 ; Lowell Ber- 
nard Barrington, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 3665 

Silenus' folly ; a 3-act radio play, by 
H. P. Critchlow. © 1 c. June 2, 
1934; D 29469; Horace P. Critch- 
low, Salt Lake City. 3666 

Silver (The) trumpet; a play in 1 act, 
by E. Field. © 1 c. June 12. 1934 : 
D 29568; Elliot Field. Springfield 
Gardens, N.Y. 3667 

Simon's hour ; a play in 3 acts, by P>. 
Disque, jr., from the short story by 
James Branch Cabell. © 1 c. June 
25, 1934; D 29S00; Brice Disque. jr.. 
New York. 3668 

Sing before breakfast ; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Murray and A. Boretz. 
© 1 c. May 26, 1934: D 29720 : John 
Murray and Allen Boretz. Warrens- 
berg, N.Y. 3668 

Sins and prayers; a comedy drama in 

3 acts, by A. Linker. © 1 c. June IS. 

1934 ; D 29678 ; Ann Linker. Boston. 

3670 

Six plays for a Negro theatre: by 
Randolph Edmonds. Foreword by 
Frederick H. Koch. Boston [1934] 
155 p. 12mo. Contents. — Lad 
man. — -Old man Pete. — Nat Turner — 
Breeders. — Bleeding hearts. — The 
new window. © June 13, 1934: 2 c 
June 29; 1> 29893; Walter 11. Baker 
co., Boston. 3671 

Skippy; continuity nos. 1S1-210. a 
series of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 c. each 



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no. 6, 1934 



3T2i 



June 28, 1934; D 29836-29865; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 

3672-3701 

Slave (The) of Santo Domingo; a dra- 
matic tragedy in 4 acts with pro- 
logue, by Gianbattista Colajanni, 
translated into English by S. Tocci. 
© 1 c. June 20, 1934 ; D 29816 ; Stan- 
ley Tocci, Herkimer, N.T. 3702 

Sleeping (A) clergyman; a play in 2 
acts, by James Bridie [pseud, of 

0. H. Mavor] New York, Dodd, 
Mead & co., 1934. viii p., 1 1., 97 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 5, 1934; 2 c. Apr. 
10 ; D 29771 ; Osborne Henry Mavor, 
Glasgow. 3703 

Slightly delirious ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Bernard J. McOwen and R. F. 
Adkins. © 1 c. June 5, 1934; D 
29537; Thomas F. Kane, New York, 
and Robert F. Adkins, Bayside, N.Y. 
3704 

Smother and slaughter; a radio con- 
tinuity, by J. McDonald. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1934; D 29540; James Mc- 
Donald, Hollywood, Calif. 3705 

Social (The) pauper; a 3-act drama. 

by M. A. Maloney. © 1 c. June 8, 

1934; D 29532; Mary Agnes Malo- 

. ney, Schenectady, N.Y. 3706 

Sockdolager (The) ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Mina Maxfield and L. Eg- 
gleston. © 1 c. June 4, 1934; D 
29448 ; Lena Eggleston, Pasadena. 

3707 

Soft shoulders ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Morley. © 1 c. June 18, 1934; 
D 29684; Christopher Morley, New 
York. 3708 

Some still think so; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Godfrey. © 1 c. June 11, 
1934 ; D 29560 ; Winona Godfrey, Los 
Angeles. 3709 

Son pere et lui ; piece en 3 tableaux, 
par S. Guitry. © 1 c. June 12, 1934 ; 
D 29690 ; Sacha Guitry, Paris. 3710 

Song (The) of the serpent; broadcast 

1, by J. A. Creelman. © 1 c. June 
15. 1934 ; D 29738 ; James Ashmore 
Creelman, New York. 3711 

Sons of the evolution ; a satire in 2 

acts, by G. B. Martin. © 1 c. June 

25, 1934; D 29799; Gould B. Martin, 

New York. 3712 

Souvenirs; a radio program by S. P. 
Moore. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1934; D 
29766; Sam P. Moore, San Fran- 
cisco. 3713 



Spiking the gold ; a stage play in 4 
acts, by A. B. Nordskog, based on the 
book by that name by the same 
author. © 1 c. June 5, 1934; D 
29461 ; Andrae B. Nordskog, Los An- 
geles. 3714 

Spreading (The) flame; the pageant of 
the Methodist beginnings, in celebra- 
tion of the one hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of the organization of 
the Methodist church in America, 
December, 1784 [by] Harold A. Ehr- 
ensperger. New York, Cincinnati 
[etc.] Methodist book concern [1934] 
40 p. front., illus., ports. 8vo. © 
Apr. 3, 1934 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; D 29562 ; 
Harold A. Ehrensperger, Chicago. 

3715 

Starlight and jasmine. See First 
nighter. 

Stevedore ; a play in 3 acts, by Paul 
Peters & George Sklar. New York, 
Covici-Friede [1934] 123 p. 8vo. 
© May 29, 1934; 2 c. June 5; D 
29465 ; Paul Peters and George 
Sklar, New York. 3716 

Stille gaste ; komodie von Richard Bit- 
linger. Berlin [1934] 132, [2] o. 
12nio. © Feb. 22, 1934; 1 c. June 
14 ; D 29782 ; S. Fischer verlag, a.g., 
Berlin. 3717 

Stop that war; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Granick and P. Braun. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1934 ; D 29443 ; Harry Gra- 
nick and Paul Braun, New York. 

3718 

Stormy petrel ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by K. Johnston. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1934 ; D 29516 ; Kelvin John- 
ston, New York. 3719 

Story (The) of the star spangled ban- 
ner ; a patriotic playlet in 3 scenes, 
written especially for production by 
children or marionettes, by Joseoh 
A. Donahoe. Wilmington, Del., 1934. 
39 p. illus. 24mo. © June 19, 
1934; 2 c. June 20; D 29711; Jo- 
seph Aloysius Donahoe, Wilmington, 
Del. 3720 

Strafford ; a tragedy with a prologue, 
4 acts and an epilogue, by S. Stod- 
dard. © 1 c. May 21, 1934; D 
29527; Sylvia Stoddard, Oakland, 
Calif. 3721 

Strange (The) case of Mary Bethel! ; 
a play in 3 acts, by G. Davidson, 
and Joseph Auslander. © 1 c. June 
21, 1934 ; D 29748 ; Gustav Davidson, 
New York. 3722 



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3723 



pt. I, V. 7 



Strange (The) Hathaway murder; t 
Comedy in 1 act. by Fred Arendt. 
'Boston [1934] 15 p. 12mo. ©June 
25, 1934; 2 e. June 29; D 29896; 
Walter H. Baker eo., Boston. 3723 

Strawberry (The) kingdom; a light 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. I. Warner. 
© 1 c. June 9, 1934; D 29545 ; Mary 
Irene Warner, Albany. 3724 

Summoning (The) of the nations; a 
short pageant of the changing world. 
by Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris, 
with Hymn for the nations, by Jose- 
phine Daskam Bacon, foreword by 
Bliss Perry and James T. Shotwell. 
New York, Samuel French, inc., 1934. 
27 p. 12mo. Contains music. © 
Apr. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. June 16 ; D 29737 ; 
League of nations association, inc., 
New York. 3725 

Sundown ; a play in 1 act, by F. B. 
Linsky. © 1 c. June 25, 1934: D 
29802 : Fannie Barnett Linsky. Bos- 
ton. 3726 

Superstition ; a comedy in 1 act. by 
M. Helen Stringer. London, H. F. 
AV. Deane & sons The Year book 
press, ltd. [1934] 22 p. 12lno. 
( [The Year book press series of 
plays] ) © May 31. 1934; 1 c. June 
12 ; D 29787 : M. Helen Stringer, 
Birkdale. Southport, England. 3727 

Susie's babv ; by E. J. McCalpin. © 
1 c. June 29. 1934 : D 29881 : Eileen 
J. McCalpin, Chicago. 3728 

Tails — you win ! a comedy in 4 acts, 
bv F. B. Cook. © 1 c. June 19, 
1934: D 29707; Frank B. Cook, 
Washington. 3729 

Teatro facil ; edited with notes, exer- 
cises and vocabulary, by Samuel A. 
Wofsy. With drawings by Elizabeth 
Sprague. New York. London. 1934. 
ix p., 1 1., 187 p. front., illus. 
12mo. © Mav 2. 1934 ; 2 c. May 8 ; 
aff. May 9: A 72342; Harper and 
brothers, New York. 3729* 

Temple virgins : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Kents McKinley [i.e. K. S. Mc- 
Kinley] © 1 c. June 13. 1934: D 
295S9 ; Kent S. McKinley, Three Mile 
Bay, N.Y. 3730 

Tempting providence ; a drama in 3 
acts, bv Edmund Garrick. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1934; D 29760; Edmond S. 
King, Los Angeles. 3731 

Tension : a drama in 3 acts, by Charles 
Conrad [i.e. C. J. Conrad, jr.] © 
1 c. June 1. 1934: D 29424; Charles 
J. Conrad, jr., Philadelphia. 3732 



That's just the reason ; by W. H. 
Trumbauer. © 1 c. June 28, 1934 ; D 
29875; Walter H. R. Trumbauer, 
Montevallo. Ala. 3733 

Theatre complet. I. [par] Victorien 
Sardou, Paris [1934] xiii, 555 p., 
2 1. inch front, (port.) plates. 
12mo. Contents.— La Tosca. — L'af- 
faire des poisons. — Fedora. © Mar. 
2. 1934; 1 c. Apr. 6; A— Foreign 
24693 ; Albin Michel, Paris. 3733* 

There ought to be a law; by R. P. 
Pierpoint. © 1 c. June 20, 1934 : D 
21)724 ; Ruth Powell Pierpoint, Pitts- 
burgh. 3734 

These hallowed halls; a play in 3 acts, 
by N. Long. © 1 c. June 20. 1934 ; 
D 29723; Nona Long. Roxbury, 
Mass. 3735 

They call this love: a play in 3 acts, 
by M. de Cantillon Stillman. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1934; D 29497: Marie de 
Cantillon Stillman, Daytona Beach. 
Fla. 3736 

This is our weakness now ; a play in 

4 acts, with prologue and epilogue, 

by F. Wright. © 1 c. June 5, 1934 ; 

D 29463; Fannie Wright. Brooklyn. 

3737 

Three loves ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Leech and B. Kaufman. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1934; D 29472: Margaret 
Leech and Beatrice Kaufman, New 
York. 3738 

Thrills of the Secret service : by Fran- 
cis Striker, no. A-l. © 1 c. June 
9, 1934; D 29702; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 3739 

no. A-2. © 1 c. June 14. 

1934; D 29614; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 3740 

■ no. A-3. © 1 c June 2:\. 

1(134: D 29777: Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 3741 

no. A-4. © 1 c. June 29, 

1934; D 29867; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp.. Detroit. , 3742 

Through the mist of the years: [a his- 
torical drama, by Arthur E. Whittle] 
Presented at the Sesqui-centennial 
of Clarksville. Tennessee, June 10- 
13, 1934. [CO] l>. port. 4to. © 
May 25, 1934; 2 c. June 9; D 29538; 
Arthur E. Whittle. Clarksville. Tenn. 
3743 

Tin (The) bridge; a play in 3 acts, by 
1'. Larry. © 1 c. June 7. 1934; D 
29519; Philip Barry and Ellen S. 
Parry. New York. :',744 



176 



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1934 



3765 



Tip top circus ; episode 1, by N. Farris. 
© 1 c. May 31, 1934 ; D 29S24 ; Nelly 
Farris, Chicago. 3745 

Too busy to think; an extravaganza 
in 4 acts, by William Haven [pseud, 
of W. Witte] © 1 c. June 12. 1934 ; 
D 29579; William Witte, Bellerose, 
L.I., N.Y. 3746 

Total eclipse; a drama in 3 acts, by 
A Wade and C. Leonard. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1934 ; D 29445 ; Alyce Wade 
and Claire Leonard, New York. 

3747 

Touring America by plane ; by B. 
Young [i.e. B. C. Young] Oct. IS, 
1933. Illinois. © 1 c. June 13, 
1934; D 29594; Blanche Cowley 
Young, Indianapolis. 374S 

- — Nov. 15, 1933. Iowa. © 1 c. 

June 13, 1934; D 29595; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3749 

Jan. 24, 1934. Louisiana. © 

1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 29597 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3750 

Jan. 31, 1934. Arkansas. © 

1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 29596 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3751 

Feb. 7, 1934. Mississippi. © 

1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 29598 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3752 

Feb. 14, 1934. Alabama. © 

1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 29593 ; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Indianapolis. 3753 

Tragedy (The) of Julius Caesar. See 
New readers' Shakespeare. 

Trapped ; a drama in 1 act, by Robert 
Kasper. © 1 c. June 11, 1934; D 
29559 ; Robert A. Kasper, Sawyer, 
Mich. 3754 



Treasure (The) chest. 



Dawn. 



Trial of our Constitution; [by Henry 
O. Norvell. [1934] cover-title, [8] 
p. 12mo. © May 14, 1934; 2 c. 
May 24 ; D 29466 ; Henry Oren Nor- 
vell, Knoxville, Tenn. 3755 

Trip (A) to Mars; a play in 2 acts, 
by L. R. Palmer and M. S. Ewer. © 
1 c. June 13, 1934 ; D 29590 ; Louise 
Rose Palmer and Maidee Schutter 
Ewer, Washington. 3756 

Trip (A) to Pressburg; a play in 3 
acts, with prologue and epilogue, by 
A. Goodrich. © 1 c. June 22, 1934; 
D 29757; Arthur Goodrich, New 
York. 3757 



Triumph (The) of goodwill; a 
pageant-drama, by Jennie Cartland 
Callister. New York [1934] cover- 
title, 31 p. diagr. 8vo. Revised 
edition. © June 6, 1934; 2 c. June 
22 ; D 29803 ; Council of women for 
home missions and Missionary edu- 
cation movement, New York. 3758 

Trois de la marine ; comedy musicale 
en 2 actes, by H. Alibert, R. Sarvil, 
R. Vincy and Marc Cab [pseud, of 
M. Cabridens] Livret. © 1 c. May 
29, 1934; D 29608; Henri Alibert, 
Rene Sarvil. Raymond Vincy and 
Marc Cab, Paris. 3759 

Trois pieces d'epouvante ; [par.] Andre 
de Lorde, with introduction, notes 
and vocabulary by Maurice Edgar 
Coindreau. New York [1934] xxiii, 
135, xxx p. front, (port.) 12mo. 
Dramatic contents. — Terre d'epou- 
vante. — La derniere torture. — L' 
homme de la nuit. © May 22, 1934 ; 
2 c. and aft. May 23 ; A 71730 ; Henry 
Holt and co., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on introduction, 
notes and vocabulary] 3759* 

True promises ; a play in 2 acts, by 
C. De Meyer. © 1 c. June 20, 1934 ; 
D 29726; Camiel De Meyer, Blythe, 
Calif. 3760 

'Twixt heaven and hell; a play in 6 
scenes, translated and adapted from 
the original of Hans Jaray, by Gil 
Martvn. © 1 c. July 23, 1934; 
D30379; Henrv M. Schiffer, New 
York. 3761 

Tyrant Fortune. See Magnophile 
(The) and other plays. 

Un-American (The) ; a satirical play 
in 1 act, and an epilogue ; by B. 
Kruger. © 1 c. June 16, 1934; D 
29658; Bernard Kruger, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3762 

Under the juniper tree ; a drama in 4 
acts, by Marjorie Chase [i.e. M. C. 
Surdez] © 1 c. June 4, 1934; D 
29447 ; Marjorie Chase Surdez, Old 
Orchard, Me. 3763 

U.S. aviator club ; episodes 1-10, by 
Haydn R. Evans. © 1 c. June 15, 
1934; D 29739; Haydn R. Evans, 
inc., Cincinnati. 3764 

Valley Forge ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Anderson. © 1 c. June 9, 1934 ; D 
29605 ; Maxwell Anderson, New 
York. 3765 

Vendicatore (II) sconosciuto. See No- 
bile (La) vendetta. 



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3700 



pt. i. v. 7 



Venus, ltd. ; a farce in 3 acts, by N. 

Anthony. © 1 c. June 12, 1934; D 

29576 ; Norman Anthony, New York. 

3766 

Via Majorca ; a play in 3 acts, by Hu- 
bert Osborne and Harry Hamilton. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1934 ; D 29899 ; Hu- 
bert Benjamin Osborne. Ogunquit, 
Me. 3767 

Virgin (The) of the temple; a scenario 
for movie reproduction, by C. Her- 
ing. © 1 c. June 1. 1934 ; D 29422 ; 
Charlotte Hering, Los Angeles. 

3768 

Waif's fate. See Forget me not. 

Wall street closing; a play in 2 acts, 
by B. Schwartz. © 1 c. June 2S, 
1934; D 29833; Bruno Schwartz. 
Long Beach, L.I., N.Y. 3769 

We's a-lis'enin' ; [words by] Stanley 
MacLewee, [music by] Edward Har- 
ris. New York, 1934. 8 p. 4to. 
[For T.T.B.B.] © June 14, 1934; 
2 c. June 16: D 2S6S7 ; J. Fischer 
& bro., New York. 3770 

Wedding (The) at The Shark ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Richard Harvey 
[pseud, of R. H. Hoyer] © 1 c. 
June 8, 1934 ; D 29535 ; Rudolf Her- 
mann Hoyer, New York. 3771 

Western gold ; a play with music in 2 
acts, by L. R. Palmer. M. S. Ewer 
and T. H. Tawney. Text. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1934 ; D 29591 ; Louise Rose 
Palmer, Maidee Schutter Ewer, 
Thelma H. Tawney, Washington. 

3772 

What price love ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by L. Mucelli. Pi 1 c. June 14. 1934 : 

D 29617; Louis Mucelli, New York. 

3773 

When gentlemen meet ; by Juan Caval- 
lero [pseud, of J. C. Addison] © 1 
c. May 18, 1934; D 29467; Juanita 
Cavallero Addison, AVashington. 

3774 

When Sally comes to town ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Charles George. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company 
[1934] 93 p. diaar. 16mo. © June 
14, 1934; 2 c. June 15; D 29647: 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 3775 

When the bus came in ; a drama in 1 
act, by Sarah Hook. Boston [1934] 
21 p. 12mo. © June 12. 1934 ; 2 <•. 
June 29; D 29S91 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 3776 



Where are they now ; by Lemuel F. 
Parton. Minit-rub continuity nos. 3. 
4. © 1 c. each June 1, 1034: D 
29425. 29426: McKnight and Jordan, 
inc., New York. 3777, 3778 

Minit-rub. continuity nos. 5. 

6. © 1 c. each June 16. 1934; D 
29656. 29657: McKnight and Jordan, 
inc., New York. 3779, 3780 

Minit-rub continuity nos. 7, 

8. © 1 c. June 23. 1934 ; D 29775, 
29776 : McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3781, 3782 

Where there's smoke: a comedy, by 
D. Brodhead and C. R. Gentzler. © 
1 c. June 13. 1934 ; D 29592 ; Dorothy 
Brodhead and C. R. Gentzler, Bo- 
go ta. N.J. 3783 

Whirligig of life. See Ain't hit al- 
ways thata way? 

Whitethorn at Yule : a Christmas play 
in 1 act, by Marion Holbrook. Bos- 
ton [1934] 10 p. 12mo. ©June 25, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 29 ; D 29895 ; Walter 
H. Baker CO., Boston. 3784 

Who found the rainbow? a play in 
3 acts, by G. Koser. © 1 c. June 22. 
1934: D 29774; Grace Koser, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 3785 

Wilful (The) princess; a comedy for 
children, by Mary Virginia Province. 
New York. 1934. 32 p. 12mo. © 
June 20. 1934: 2 c. June 21; D 
29729 ; Fitzgerald pub. Corp.. New 
York. 3786 

Window (A) at the inn ; a comedy in 
1 act. by Charles S. Brooks. Boston 
[1934] 3 p. 1., 5-45 p. plate, diagr. 
12mo. © May 29, 1934; 2 c. June 
29: D 29S87; Walter H. Baker co.. 
Boston. 3787 

Wishing radio; by H. J. Lawson. © 

1 c. June IS, 1934 ; D 29683 ; Hum- 

phrev Job Lawson. Ozone Park, N.Y. 

3788 

Wives a la carte: a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. Garcia Naranjo. © 1 c. June 
1. 1934: D 29024: Nemesio Garcia 
Naranjo, Los Angeles. 3789 

Wonderful (The) ingredient; a play in 
1 net. adapted by Diana Murray 
Hill, from the story of the same title 
by Stephen Southwold. London, 
1933, 23 p. 12mo. ([French's 
plays for juvenile performers, no. 
20]) © Dee. 28. 1933: 1 c. June 14, 
1934 : D 21.5V. ; Samuel French, ltd.. 
London. 3790 



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no. 6, 1934 



3794 



World (The) waits; a play in 3 acts, 
by George F. Hummel. New York, 
Samuel French, inc., 1934. 142 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's standard 
library edition] ) © May 10. 1934 ; 
2 c. June 16; D 29733; George F. 
Hummel, Southold, L.I., N.Y. 3791 



Wovoka. 



Errant win; 



Write it on the ice; a comedy in 3 
acts, by George Fleming. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1934; D 29543; George 
Thomas Fleming, New York. 3792 



Yellow Jack ; a history, by Sidney 
Howard, in collaboration with Paul 
De Kruif, with illustrations by Jo 
Mielziner. New York, Harcourt, 
Brace and company [1934] xi, 152 
p. Svo. © June 7, 1934 ; 2 c. June 
11 ; D 29698 ; Sidney Howard, New 
York. 3793 

Yesterday's tomorrow : a play in 3 

acts, by L. King. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 

1934; D 29834; Laura King, Sta- 

pleton, S.I., N.Y. 3794 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,375 unpublished) 2,757 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 136 unpub- 
lished) 284 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 50 unpublished) 79 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 
unpublished ) 21 

Total 3,141 



179 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [3794 



Bon (Le) juge. See Paris. 

Captain Lettarblair ; a comedy in 3 
acts, written for E. H. Sothern, by 
M. Merington. © Marguerite Mer- 
ington, New York, as the author. 
May 22, 1934. R 31731. 1 

Chevalier (Le) cle la longue figure 
(Don Quichotte) ; drain e heroi'que 
en 4 actes, en vers, par Jacques Le 
Lorrain [pseud, of Paul Alexander 
Martin Duval] © Georges Charles 
Segaut. Eaubonne, France, as the 
executor. R 29242, Jan. 9, 1934. 2 

Gloria ; dramma lirico in 3 atti di 
Arturo Colautti, rnusica di Francesco 
Cilea. Libretto. © Ofelia Colautti 
Novak, Rome, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 31883, June 6, 
1934. 3 

Gus Edwards' school boys & school 
girls. See Primary no. 23. Gus 
Edwards' school boys & school girls. 

Hidden fires ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
C. W. Tackenberg. © Charles Wil- 
liam Tackenberg, Cincinnati, as the 
author. R 31727, May 24, 1934. 4 

Man (The) from home; in 4 acts, by 
N. B. Tarkington and H. L. Wilson. 
© Newton Booth Tarkington, Indi- 
anapolis, and Harry Leon Wilson, 
Carmel, Calif., as the authors. R 
31729, May 22, 1934. 5 

Old (The) district school (New ver- 
sion) ; a farce in 2 acts, with music, 



book by William Danforth, music 
arranged by Geo. F. Rosche. © 
Myra Rosche, Fred Rosche, G. Ed- 
ward Rosche, Chicago, as the chil- 
dren of the deceased composer. R 
31550, June 7, 1934. 5* 

Paris ; ou, Le bon juge : operette en 2 
actes, par Robert de Flers et G. A. 
de Caillavet. Libretto only. © 
Genevieve Marie Eveline Sardou de 
Flers et Marie Claire Emilie Jeanne 
Pouquet de Caillavet, Paris, as the 
widows of the authors. R 29243, 
Jan. 9, 1934. 6 

Primary no. 23. Gus Edwards' school 
boys & school girls ; in a 1 act musi- 
cal comedy and vaudeville sketch, by 
G. Edwards. [Words only] © Gus 
Edwards, New York, as the author. 
R 31770, May 29, 1934. 7 

Slumbering fires ; or, Toil, a drama in 
4 acts, by E. Hopkins. © Edwin 
Hopkins, New York, as the author. 
R 31775, May 25, 1934. 8 

Smug citizen ; scenes in the house of 
Bezsemenov. a dramatic sketch in 4 
acts, by Maxim Gorki [pseud, of 
Aleksfei Maksimovich Pieshkov] 
Translated by E. Hopkins. ( In Poet 
lore, v. 17, no. 4, winter 1906) © 
Edwin Hopkins, New York, as the 
author. R 31918, June 11, 1934. 9 

Toil. See Slumbering fires. 



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CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Affairs (The) of Cellini; from play 
by Edwin Justus Mayer, screen play 
by Bess Meredyth, directed by Greg- 
ory La Cava. 9 reels. © May 18, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 21 ; 
L 4690; 20th century pictures, inc., 
New York. 3795 

Art for art's sake; animation by Jim 
Tyer, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(No. 9 of O. Soglow's, The Little 
king) Reel. © May 18, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description June 11 ; M 4800 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 3796 

Baby take a bow ; based on a play by 
James P. Judge, screen play by 
Philip Klein and E. E. Paramore, jr., 
directed by Harry Lachman. 8 
reels, © June 20, 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 20 ; L 4777 ; Fox 
film Corp., New York. 3797 

Benny, from Panama ; directed by 
James Parrott. (Hal Roach, Musi- 
cal comedy) 2 reels. © May 15, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description June 6 ; 
L 4751 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3798 

Betty Boop's trial ; animated by Myron 
Waldman and Hicks Lokey, directed 
by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © June 
13, 1934; 2 c. June 14; description 
June 16; M 4809; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3799 

Big (The) bad wolf. (No. 18 of Silly 
symphony cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 
16, 1934; 2 c. June 5; description 
June 9; M 4796; Walt Disney pro- 
ductions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3800 

Black moon ; story by Clements Ripley, 
screen play by Wells Root, directed 
by Roy William Neill. 7 reels. © 
June 24, 1934 ; 2 c. June 25 ; descrip- 
tion June 26 ; L 4784 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3801 

Bazing bulkheads. See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

Blue steel; story and screen play by 
and directed by Robert N. Bradbury. 



6 reels. © May 15, 1934 ; 2 c. June 

25 ; description June 27 ; L 4789 ; 

Monogram pictures corp., New York. 

3802 

Born to be bad ; original story and 
screen play by Ralph Graves, con- 
tinuity by Harrison Jacobs, directed 
by Lowell Sherman. 7 reels. © 
May 18, 1934; 2 c. and description 
May 21; L 4695; 20th century pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3803 

Broken dreams; story by Olga Printz- 
lau, screen play by Maude Fulton, 
directed by Robert Vignola. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 29 ; L 4797 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 3804 

Bulldog Drummond strikes back; 
based on the novel Bulldog Drum- 
mond strikes back by H. C. McNeile 
(Sapper) screen play by Nunnally 
Johnson, adaptation by Henry Lehr- 
man, directed by Roy Del Ruth. 9 
reels. © June 18, 1934 ; 2 c. descrip- 
tion June 18 ; L 4771 ; 20th century 
pictures, inc., New York. 3805 

Cactus (The) king; animation by Jim 
Tyer, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(O. Soglow's, The Little king) 
Reel. © June 9, 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 15; M 4805; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 3806 

Call it luck ; story by Dudley Nichols 
and George Marshall, screen play by 
Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti, 
adaptation by Joseph Cunningham 
and Harry McCoy, directed by James 
Tinling. 7 reels. © June 1, 1934 ; 2 
c. and description June 1 ; L 4738 ; 
Fox film corp., New York. 3807 

Catherine the Great; story and dia- 
logue by Lajos Biro, Arthur Wim- 
peris and Melchior Lengyel, scenario 
and continuity by Arthur Wimperis 
and Marjorie Deans, directed by 
Paul Czinner. 10 reels. © May 1, 
1934; 2 c. and description May 28; 
L 4720; London film productions, 
inc., ltd., London. 3808 



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Circus (The) clown; story and screen 
play by Bert Kalmar and Harry 
Ruby, dialogue director Stanley 
Logan, directed by Ray Enright. 8 
reels. © June 15, 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 18 ; L 4770 ; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

3S09 

Cost (The) of living. See Money 
means nothing. 

Cubby's stratosphere flight ; animation 
by Steve Muffati, directed by Geo. 
Stallings. (No. 8 of Aesop's fables) 
Reel. © Apr. 20. 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 5; M 4790; Van 
Beuren Corp., New York. 3810 

Cyclomania ; narrated by Ford Bond. 
(World of sports) Reel. © May 
10, 1934; 2 c. May 19; description 
May 31 ; M 4772 ; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 3811 

Daily life and development of a baby. 
■©! title, description and 2 prints reed. 
May 31, 1934; M 4793; Mabel & 
Daniel Heefner, Mercersburg, Pa. 

3812 

Darling enemy ; no. 1681-82, story by 
Cyrus Wood, A. Dorian Otvos & Ed- 
die Moran, directed by Roy Mack. 2 
reels. © June 28, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 28; L 4793; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3813 

Death in the office. See Hidden evi- 
dence. 

Egypt, kingdom of the Nile. (Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © May 
23, 1934 ; 2 c. and description June 
6 ; M 4791 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3814 

Ethiopia ; written and spoken by John 
P. Medbury. Reel. © June 17, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 11 ; description June 
26 ; M 4822 ; Futter corp., ltd., New 
York. 3815 

Fifteen wives ; screen play by Charles 
S. Belden and Frederick Stephani, 
continuity and dialogue by Charles 
S. Belden, directed by Frank R. 
Stayer. 7 reels. © June 8, 1934; 
2 c. June 4 ; description June 9 ; L 
4759; Invincible pictures corp., New 
York. 3816 

Fighting (The) rookie; story by 
Homer King Gordon, continuity and 
dialogue by George Morgan, directed 
by Spencer Gordon Bennet. 7 reels. 
© June 7, 1934 ; 2 c. June 7 ; descrip- 
tion June 29; L 4795; Mayfair pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3817 



Financial jitters ; story by W. P. Hack- 
ney and James W. Home, directed 
by James W. Home. 2 reels. © 
June 19, 1934 : 2 c. and description 
June 20 ; L 4776 : Universal pictures 
corp,, New York. 3818 

Funny little bunnies. (Walt Disney's, 
Silly symphony) Reel. © Mar. 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description June 14 ; 
M 4804 ; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3819 

Ghost (The) of John Holling. See 
Mystery liner. 

Gibraltar ; text by Russell Spaulding. 
narrator Alois Havrilla. (Vagabond 
adventure series) Reel. © May 4, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description June 8 ; M 
4795 ; Van Beuren corp., New York. 
3820 

Going bye-bye; directed by Charles 
Rogers. (Laurel and Hardy com- 
edy) 2 reels. © June 20, 1934; 2 
c. and description June 26 ; L 4785 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3821 

Goofy movies ; no. 5, explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith. Reel. © 
June 1. 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 6 ; M 4792 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 3822 

Grasshopper and the ants. (No. 16 of 
Silly symphony) Reel. © Feb. 1, 
1934 : 2 c. June 11 : description June 
9; M 4801; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3823 

Great (The) flirtation ; from the story 
I love an actress by Gregory Ratoff, 
screen play by Humphrey Pearson, 
directed by Ralph Murphy. 8 reels. 
© June 13. 1934 : 2 c. June 14 : de- 
scription June 16; L 4769: Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3S24 

Green eyes; from the novel The Mur- 
der of Steven Kester, story by H. 
Ashbrook. continuity by Andrew 
Moses, directed by Richard Thorpe. 
7 reels. © June 14. 1934 ; 2 c. June 
13; description June 16; L 4768; 
Chesterfield motion pictures corp.. 
New York. 3825 

Gulliver Mickey. (No. 23 of Mickey 
Mouse cartoon) Reel. © May 5. 
1934 ; 2 c. June 1 : description June 
2; M 4785: Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3826 

Half baked relations; story by John 
WaldrOD and Harry McCoy, adapta- 
tion and continuity by Vernon 



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3843 



Smith, directed by Charles Lamont. 
2 reels. © May 25, 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 8 ; L 4754 ; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 
3S27 

Heigh-ho the fox; narrated by Ford 
Bond. (World of sports) Reel. © 
June 17, 1934 ; 2 c. June 18 ; descrip- 
tion June 26 ; M 4S21 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3828 

Here comes the groom ; from a play by 
Richard F. Flournoy, screen play 
by Leonard Praskins and Casey Rob- 
inson, directed by Edward Sedgwick. 
7 reels. © June 21, 1934 ; 2 c. June 
21 ; description June 22 ; L 4779 ; 
Paramount productions, inc.. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3829 

Hidden evidence; from the story 
Death in the office, screen play by 
Harold Shumate, directed by Lam- 
bert Hillyer. (Minute mysteries) 
Reel. © June 1, 1934 ; 2 c. June 1 ; 
description June 9; L 4760; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 3830 

Hollywood on parade ; B 12. Reel. © 
June 21, 1934; 2 c. June 21; de- 
scription June 22 ; M 4S17 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3831 

Honky-donkey ; directed by Gus Meins. 
(Our gang comedy) 2 reels. © 
May 25, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 6; L 4750; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 3832 

I give my love; from a story by Vicki 
Baum, screen play and dialogue by 
Doris Anderson, adaptation by Mil- 
ton Krims, directed by Karl Freund. 
7 reels. © June IS, 1934 ; 2 c. June 
18 ; description June 19 ; L 4773 ; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
3833 

I hate women ; story and screen play 
by Mary E. McCarthy, directed by 
Aubrey H. Scotto. 8 reels. © May 
10, 1934 ; 2 c. and description June 
5; L 4742; Goldsmith productions, 
ltd., Los Angeles. 3834 

I love an actress. See Great (The) 
flirtation. 

I'll be suing you; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Thelma Todd and Patsy 
Kelly comedy) 2 reels. © June 8, 
1934; 2 c. and description June 18; 
L 4772 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.. 
New York. 3835 



In-laws are out ; story by Arthur Rip- 
ley and Carroll Graham, directed by 
Sam White. 2 reels. © June 5, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description June 5 ; 
L 4741 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3836 

Iron (The) death. See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

It happened one day ; directed by 
Charles Parrott and Eddie Dunn. 
(Charley Chase comedy) 2 reels. 
© May 8, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 6; L 4749; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 3837 

Juggernaut (The) See Vanishing 
(The) shadow. 

King for a day ; no. 1687-88, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and Eddie Moran, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
June 28, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 28; L 4794; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3838 

Last (The) gentleman; from a play 
by Katharine Clugston, screen play 
by Leonard Praskins, directed by 
Sidney Lanfield. 8 reels. © June 
12. 1934 ; 2 c. and description June 
12; L 4762; 20th century pictures, 
inc.. New York. 3839 

Let's talk it over ; story by Dore 
Schary and Lewis Foster, screen 
play and dialogue by John Meehan, 
jr., directed by Kurt Neumann. 7 
reels. © June 8, 1934 ; 2 e. June 11 ; 
description June 9 ; L 4761 ; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

3840 

Little man what now ; from the novel 
by Hans Fallada, screen play by 
William Anthony McGuire, directed 
by Frank Borzage. 10 reels. © 
May 31, 1934 ; 2 c. May 31 ; descrip- 
tion June 1 ; L 4736 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3841 

Lost (The) jungle; story by Sherman 
Lowe and Al Martin, screen play by 
Colbert Clark & John Rathwell, di- 
rected by Armand Schaefer and 
David Howard. 7 reels. © June 
25, 1934; 2 c. and description -June 
27 ; L 4791 ; Mascot pictures corp., 
New York. 3S42 

Loudspeaker (The) ; story and dia- 
logue by Ralph Spence, screen play 
by Albert E. DeMond. directed by 
Joseph Santley. 8 reels. © June 8, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 8 ; description June 
9 ; L 4755 ; Monogram pictures corp., 
New York. 3843 



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3844 



pt. i, v. 7 



Lucky anglers. (The Grantland Rice, 
Sportlight) Reel. © June 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. June 7 ; description June 9 ; M 
4797 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3844 

Lucky (The) Texan, story and screen 
play by and directed by Robert N. 
Bradbury. 6 reels. © Jan. 15, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 25 ; description June 
27 ; L 4790 ; Monogram pictures 
Corp., New York. 3845 

Man's (A) game; story and screen 
play by Harold Shumate, directed 
by D. Ross Lederman. 6 reels. © 
June 18. 1934 ; 2 c. June 18 ; descrip- 
tion June 19 : L 4775 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3846 

Many happy returns ; based upon a 
story by Lady Mary Cameron, screen 
play by J. P. McEvoy and Claude 
Binyon, adaptation by Keene Thomp- 
son and Ray Harris, directed by 
Norman McLeod. 7 reels. © June 
6, 1934 ; 2 c. June 7 ; description 
June 9 ; L 4756 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3847 

Mickey's steam-roller. ( No. 24 of Walt 
Disney's, Mickey Mouse) Reel. © 
May 23, 1934 ; 2 c. June 11 ; descrip- 
tion June 14 ; M 4803 ; Walt Disney 
nroductions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 
3848 

Mild cargo ; animation by Steve Muf- 
fati, directed by Geo. Stallings. 
(Aesop's fables) Reel. © June 5, 
1934: 2 c. and description June 4; 
M 4788; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 3849 

Mr. W's little game ; directed by Lynn 
Shores. Reel. © June 6, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 7 ; description June 9 ; L 4757 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3850 

Money means nothing; suggested by 
The Cost of living, a play by Wm. 
Anthony McGuire, story and screen 
play by Frances Hyland. directed by 
Christy Cabanne. 7 reels. © June 
20, 1934 ; 2 c. June 21 ; description 
June 23 ; L 4781 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 3851 

Movie daze; directed by Gus Meins. 
(Hal Roach, All star comedy) 2 
reels. © May 29, 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 6 ; L 4752 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3852 

Murder in your eyes ; no. 1676-77, 
story by A. Dorian Otvos & Eddie 
Moran, directed by Roy Mack. 2 



reels. © June 27. 1934; 2 c. and 
description June 27 : L 4787 ; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3853 

Murder (Tbe) of Steven Kester. See 
Green eyes. ' 

Murder on the blackboard ; from the 
Mystery magazine serial by Stuart 
Palmer, screen play by Willis Gold- 
beck, directed by George Arehain- 
baud. 7 reels. © June 15, 1934; 
2 c. and description June 27 ; L 4786; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 
3854 

Music in your hair ; directed by 
Charles Parrott. (Hal Roach, Musi- 
cal comedy) 2 reels. © May 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description June 6 ; 
L 4848 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 3855 

Mystery liner ; from Edgar Wallace's 
story The Ghost of John Holling, 
screen play by Wellyn Totman, 
directed bv William Nigh. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 15, 1934; 2 c. June 22; de- 
scription June 21 ; L 4778 ; Mono- 
cram pictures corp., New York. 

3856 

Mystery ranch ; story by J. K. Henry, 
continuity by Rose Gordon, dialogue 
by Carl Krusada, directed by B. B. 
Ray. 6 reels. © June 1, 1934 ; J c. 
June 7 ; description June 9 : L 4758 ; 
William Steiner, New York. 3857 

Once to every bachelor ; suggested by 
Search for the spring, by Eleanor 
Gates, story, continuity and dialogue 
by George Waggner, directed by Wil- 
liam Nigh. S reels. © June 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 13 ; description June 
16 ; L 4766 ; Liberty pictures corp., 
New York. 3858 

One way out ; from the story The 
Stolen pearls, one of the famous 
Minute mysteries by H. A. Ripley, 
screen play by Harold Shumate, di- 
rected by Lambert Hillyer. Reel. © 
June 11, 1934 ; 2 c. June 11 ; descrip- 
tion June 19 ; L 4774 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3859 

Operator 13 ; from the stories by 
Robert W. Chambers, screen play by 
Harvey Tliew, Zelda Sears and Eve 
Greene, directed by Richard P.ole- 
slavsky. 9 reels. © June 11. 1934 ; 
2 c. and description June 25 ; L 
47S2 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3860 

Paradise of the Pacific ; dialogue by 
Martin Justice. (Romantic jour- 
neys) Reel. © June 1, 1934; 2 c. 



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and description June 8; M 4794; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 3861 

Paramount pictorial 3; no. 12. Reel. 
© June 13, 1934 ; 2 c. June 14 ; de- 
scription June 16; M 4810; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3862 

Paramount sound news. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount productions, inc., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 3863-3880 

No. 71-80. © Apr. 9, 12, 16, 19, 22;, 
26, 29, May 2, 5, 9, 1934; 2. c. 
each May 28; description each 
May 31 ; M 4775-4784. 

No. 81-88. © May 12, 16, 19, 23, 
26, 30, June 2, 6, 1934; 2 c. each 
June 27 ; description each June 
26; M 4824-4831. 

Playful Pluto. Reel. © Feb. 24, 1934 ; 
2 c. June 18; description June 22; 
M 4818; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3881 

Pleasing grandpa ; story by W. P. 
Hackney and James W. Home, di- 
rected by James W. Home, 2 reels. 
© June 4, 1934; 2 c. June 6; de- 
scription June 5 ; L 4743 ; Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 3882 

Plumbing for gold ; story by Jack 
Cluett, screen play by Ewart Adam- 
son, directed by Charles Lamont. 2 
reels. © June 20, 1934; 2 c. June 
20; description June 27; L 4792; 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 
3883 

Puss in boots. Reel. © June 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. June 13 ; description June 
16; M 4808; Celebrity productions, 
inc., New York. 3884 

Rasslin' round. (Willie Whopper car- 
toon) Reel. © June 1, 1934; 2 c. 
and description June 26; M 4823; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3885 

Retribution. See Vanishing (The) 
shadow. 

Roamin' vandals; directed by Leigh 
Jason and Hal Yates. (Hal Roach, 
Musical comedy) 2 reels. © May 
17, 1934; 2 c. and description June 
6; L 4746; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3886 

Royal (A) good time ; animation by 
Jim Tyer, directed by Geo. Stall- 
ings. (No. 8 of O. Soglow's, The 
Little king) Reel. © Apr. 13, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description June 5 ; M 4789 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 3887 



Scrappy's theme song; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis. 
(A Charles Mintz, Scrappy produc- 
tion) Reel. © June 13, 1934; 2 c. 
June 11 ; description June 16 ; M 
4807 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 
^3888 

Screen souvenirs 3. 1 reel each. © 
Paramount productions, inc.. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3889, 3890 

No. 11. © May 31, 1934; 2 c. and 
description May 31; M 4773. 

No. 12. © June 27, 1934 ; 2 c. June 
28 ; description , June 29 ; M 4832. 

Sea sore ; story by Burnet Hershey, 
Monty Collins and Mat Taylor, di- 
rected by Joe Nadel. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 20, 1934; 2 c. and description 
June 6 ; L 4744 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 3891 

Search for the spring. See Once to 
every bachelor. 

Shadow (The) of death. See Vanish- 
ing (The) shadow. 

She learned about sailors ; based on a 
story by Randall H. Faye, screen 
play by William Conselman and 
Henry Johnson, directed by George 
Marshall. 9 reels. © June 19, 1934 ; 
2 e. and description June 27; L 
4788; Fox film corp., New York. 

3892 

She reminds me of you ; animated by 
Willard Bowsky and William Sturm, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 21, 1934 ; 2 c. June 21 ; de- 
scription June 22; M 4816; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3893 

Shoein' hosses ; animated by Willard 
Bowsky and David Tendlar, directed 
by Dave Fleischer Reel. © May 31, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description May 31 ; 
M. 4774 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3894 

Shoot the works ; from a play by Ben 
Hecht and Gene Fowler, screen play 
by Howard J. Green & Claude Bin- 
yon, directed by Wesley Ruggles. 9 
reels. © June 27. 1934; 2 c. June 
28; description June 29; L 4796; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3895 

Slow but sure ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © June 15, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description June 15 ; M 
4806 ; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 3896 



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pt. i, v. 7 



Soup for nuts; story by Bert Granet, 
directed by Milton Sehwarzwald. 2 
reels. © June 22, 1934; 2 e. June 
25 : description June 23 ; L 4783 ; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
3897 

Stingaree ; based on a series of stories 
by E. W. Hornung, screen play by 
Becky Gardiner, adaptation by Lynn 
Riggs and Leonard Spigelgass, di- 
rected by William Wellman. 8 reels. 
© May 24. 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 4 ; L 4740; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 3898 

Stolen (The) pearls. See One way 
out. 

Strictly dynamite; from the story by 
Robert T. Colwell and Robert A. 
Simon, screen play by Maurine 
Watkins and Ralph Spence, addi- 
tional dialogue by Milton Raison 
and Jack Harvey, directed by Elliott 
Nugent. 8 reels. © May 11, 1934; 
2 c. and description June 12 ; L 
47G3 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 3S99 

Strong to the finich ; animated by Se- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Crandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 27. 1934 ; 2 c. June 28 ; de- 
scription June 29; M 4833; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3900 

Sultan Pepper : animation by Jim 
Tyer. (No. 7 of O. Soglow's The 
Little king) Reel. © Mar. 16, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description June 4 : M 4787 ; 
Van Beuren Corp., New York. 3901 

Thin (The) man; from the novel by 
Dashiell Hammett. screen play by 
Albert Hackett and Frances Good- 
rich, directed by W. S. Van Dyke. 
10 reels. © May 24, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description June 6 ; L 4745 ; Metro- 
Gcldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

3902 

Tracy rides ; story by Norman Hughes, 
continuity by Rose Gordon, dialogue 
by Betty Burbridge, directed by 
Harry S. Webb. 6 reels. © June 11. 
1934; 2 c. June 4; description June 
16; L 4767; William Steiner, New 
York. Mix i:>, 

Underneath the Broadway moon ; di- 
rected by Fred Waller. Reel. © 
June 27, 1934 ; 2 c. June 28 ; descrip- 
tion June 29; M 4S34 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
3904 



Undie-world (The) ; story by Jack 
Townley and Jean Yarbrough, di- 
rected by George Stevens. 2 reels. 
© June 9, 1934 : 2 c. and description 
June 15 ; L 4765 ; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3905 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 3906-3911 

No. 241, 242. © Apr. 17, 29, 1934; 

2 c. each June 11 ; description each 

June 8 ; M 4798, 4799. 
No. 243, 244. © Apr. 24, 27, 1934; 

2 c. each June 21 : description 

each June 13; M 4813, 4814. 
No. 245, 246. © May 1, 4, 1934 ; 2 c. 

each June 25 ; description each 

June 21 ; M 4S19, 4S20. 

Vanishing (The) shadow; story by 
Eila O'Neill, screen play by Het 
Manheim. Basil Dickey and George 
Morgan, directed by Louis Fried- 
lander. 2 reels each. © Universal 
pictures Corp., New Y'ork. 

3912-3916 

Chapter S. The Shadow of death. 
© May 31, 1934 ; 2 c and descrip- 
tion June 1 ; L 4737. 

Chapter 9. Blazing bulkheads. © 
June 6, 1934 ; 2 e. June 8 ; descrip- 
tion June 7 ; L 4753. 

Chapter 10, The Iron death. © 
June 12, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
June 13 ; L 4704. 

Chapter 11. The Juggernaut. © 
June 20, 1934; 2 c. June 22; de- 
scription June 21 ; L 4780. 

Chapter 12, Retribution. © June 
28, 1934: 2 c. June 28; descrip- 
tion June 29; L 4798. 

Wax works. (Oswald, the lucky rab- 
bit) Reel. © June 15. 1934; 2 c. 
June 14; description June 16; M 
4811 ; Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 3917 

What price jazz ; written by Sam Tim- 
berg and Herman Timberg, directed 
by Samuel Baerwitz. (M-G-M mu- 
sical revue) 2 reels. © May 29, 
1934 : 2 c. and description June 6 ; 
L 4747 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. 
New York. 3918 

Wild gold ; story by Dudley Nichols 
and Lamar Trotti. screen play by 
Lester Cole and Henry Johnson, di- 
rected by George Marshall. 8 reels. 
© June 4. 1934 : 2 c. and description 
June 4; L 4739; Fox film corp., 
New York. 3919 



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3924 



William Tell ; ( Oswald, the lucky rab- 
bit) Reel. © June 28, 1934; 2 c. 
June 27; description June 29; M 
4835 ; Universal pictures Corp., New 
York. 3920 

Winter, 1933-1934. © title, descrip- 
tion and 15 prints, reed. June 18, 
1934; M 4812; Maynard Rosevear, 
Keyport, N.J. 3921 

Wise (The) little hen. (No. 19 of 
Walt Disney's, Silly symphony) 
Reel. © May 31, 1984; 2 c. June 
11; description June 14; M 4802; 



Walt Disney productions, ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3922 

World's (The) heavyweight champion- 
ship between Primo Camera and 
Max Baer. © title, description and 
21 prints reed. June 21, 1934; M 
4815; Harry O. Voiler, Chicago. 

3923 

World's welterweight boxing cham- 
pionship between Jimmy McLarnin 
and Barney Ross. © title, descrip- 
tion and 5 prints reed. June 2, 1934 ; 
M 4786; Garden pictures, inc., New 
York. 3924 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 427 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 356 

Total 783 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1934 

VOLUME 7 
No. 7 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1934 



fp HE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
■*■ Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D," Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, ar- 
ranged alphabetically by title; Class " L," Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Accusing (The) voice; a mystery 
drama in 3 acts, by S. Phillips. © 
1 c. July 30, 1934 ; D 30337 ; Stanley 
Phillips, Colorado Springs, Col. 

3925 

Adam's rib; a play in 4 acts, by F. G. 
Manley. © 1 c. July 25, 1934; D 
30265; Franklin G. Manley, New- 
York. 3926 

Adelaide ; a play in 3 acts, by Jerome 
Callamore. © 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 
30006; Jerome Lejay Collamore, 
New York. 3927 

Admiral's (The) estate; by U. Dunn. 
© 1 c. July 5, 1934; D 29953; Un- 
dine Dunn, Evanston, 111. 3928 

Adrienne's visitor; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Neebe and Macklym Har- 
tyl. © 1 c. June 29, 1934 ; D 29994 ; 
Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit, and 
Joseph H. Neebe, Grosse Pointe, 
Mich. 3929 

Adventures (The) of Dusty .and Flu; 
by R. M. Ellery. © 1 c July 23, 
1934; D 30225; Robert M. Ellery, 
Toledo, O. 3980 

Adventures (The) of Peggy Brady; 
or, Peg and Patches, scripts 1-3, by 
M. Garrett. © 1 c. June 26, 1934 ; 
D 30046; Margery Garrett, New 
York. 3931 

Adventures of Sonny and Buddy; by 
E. L. Edwards, episodes 1-79, 81-86. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1934 ; D 30302, Edna 
Lorraine Edwards, Mission Beach, 
Calif. 3932 

episodes 87-95. © 1 c. Mar. 

16, 1934; D 30294; Edna Lorraine 
Edwards, Mission Beach, Calif. 

3933 

All over again ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
George Willrose, pseud of G. Hor- 
witz. © 1 c. 'July 14, 1934 ; D 30078 ; 
George Horwitz, New York. 3934 

All through the night ; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. W. Fennelly. © 1 c. Julv 18, 
1934; 30135; Parker W. Fennelly, 
Peekskill, N.Y. 3935 



Allegro ma non troppo; a play in 3 
acts, by Yon Minulescu, translated 
from the Roumanian, by M. Jean. 
© 1 c. July 14, 1934; D 30084; 
Monique Jean, New York. 3936 

Ama (El) ; comedia lirico-dramatica 
eh 3 actos y en verso. Original 
[por] Luis Fernandez Ardavin. 
Mfisica del maestro Jacinto Guer- 
rero. Madrid, Imprenta Europa, 
1933. 127 p. 12mo. (In Teatro, t. 
xiii) Text. © Sept. 7, 1933; 1 c. 
July 10, 1934 ; D 30013 ; Luis Fer- 
nandez Ardavin, Madrid. 3937 

Ancient house; Indian life of prehis- 
toric days in pantomime, narrative, 
songs and ceremonial, by Susanna 
Myers. 1934. cover-title, 14 numb. 
1. 4to Text. © June 26, 1934 ; 2 c. 
July 2; D 30105; Susanna Myers, 
Santa Fe, N.M. 393S 

Aqui esta mi mujer ; farsa comica en 
3 actos, original de Manuel Moricillo, 
Victor Gabirondo y Antonio Gon- 
zalez Alvarez. 1. ed. Madrid, Tal- 
leres tip. Europa, 1932. 4 p. 1., [7]- 
103 p. 12mo. © Dec. 19, 1932; 1 
c. July 10, 1934; D 30014; Manuel 
Morcillo, Victor Gabirondo and An- 
tonio Gonzalez Alvarez, Madrid. 

3939 

Arrepentimiento ; comedia dramatica 

en 1 acto, original y en prosa, por 

L. Jimenez. © 1 c. June 30, 1934 ; 

D 29925 ; Lia Jimenez, Los Angeles. 

3940 

As I love you; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Leroy Rumsey. © 1 c. July 13, 
1934 ; D 30065 ; Leroy Renner Rum- 
sey, El Centro, Calif. 3941 

Auto (The) model club; a dramatized 
story, by A. F. Decker ; © 1 c. July 
31, 1934 ; D 30347 ; Ammiel F. Decker 
Pelham, N.Y. 3942 

Aye, there's the rub ; a play in 2 acts, 

by B. M. Kaye. © 1 c. July 12, 1934 ; 

D 30042; Benj. M. Kaye, New York. 

3943 

Babes (The) in the wood. See Once 
upon a time. 



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3944 



pt I, V. 7 



Backwash : a play in 4 acts, by E. H. 
Blum. §le. July 9, 1934 ; D 29976 ; 
Edwin Harvey Blum, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3944 

Bag (A) of gold; an American satire 
suggested by Mark Twain's The man 
that corrupted Hadleyburg, in 3 
acts, by Isaac and M. L. Landman. 
© 1 c. July 18, 1934; D 30204; 
Isaac Landman, Brooklyn. 3945 

Bandit (The) and Roberta ; a farce- 
comedv in 3 acts, by Ichabod Hunt. 
Chicago [1934] 108 p. diagr. 
16mo. © July 6, 1934 ; 2 c. July 14 ; 
D 30076; T. S. Denison & CO., 
Chicago. 3946 

Barbara Blomberg. See Emperor's 
(An) great love. 

Barrios bajos ; comedia popular ma- 
drilena, en verso, en 3 actos, el se- 
gundo dividido en 2 cuadros y un 
intermedio, original [por] Luis Fer- 
nandez Ardavin. Dibujos de Antonio 
Merlo. Madrid [Artes grafieas, 
sucesores de Rivadeneyra, s.a.] 
1933. 96 p. illus. 16mo. (La 
farsa, aiio vii, num. 283) © July 6, 
1933; 1 c. July 10, 1934; D 30023; 
Luis Fernandez Ardavin, Madrid. 

3947 

Battle (The) of sex: a play in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by E. Mellis. © 
1 c. July 16, 1934 ; D 30101 ; Evelyn 
Mellis, London. 3948 

Beauty and the beast. See Once upon 
a time. 

Belling the cat. See Once upon a 
time. 

Better to have loved; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Eagan. © 1 c. June 30. 
1934; D 29915; Blake Eagan, Den- 
ver. 3949 

Bewildered children ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Hannah L. Fishzohn. © 1 c. 
July 18, 1934; D 30133; Hannah 
Fishzohn, Brooklyn. 3950 

Big beauty ; a play in 3 acts, by I. L. 
Ehrlich. © 1 c. July 28, 1934; D 
30306; Ida Lublenski Ehrlich, 
Brooklyn. 3951 

Bishop's (The) jaegers. See Tou for- 
got your gloves. 

Black (The) box. See First nighter. 

Boolitzer (The) prize; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. Rue and B. S. Gross. 
© 1 c. July 16, 1934; D 30250; 
Larry Rue and Ben S. Gross, New 
York. 3952 



Boss by strategy ; a 1 act comedv, by 
Paul S. McCoy. Chicago [1984] 
13 p. 16mo. © June 29, 1934 ; 2 c. 
July 2; D 29903; T. S. Denison & 
co., Chicago. 3953 

Bottom (The) of the cup: a play in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by G. Rose. 
© 1 c. July 17. 1934; D 30116; 
George Rose, New York. 3954 

Burrow, burrow ; in 3 acts, by H. 
Rose. © 1 c. July 3. 1934 ; D 29937 ; 
Henry Rose, Now York. 3955 

Cadenza ; a comedy in 3 acts, by O. 
Orbison and M. Keck. © 1 c. June 
9, 1034; D 29931; Olive Orbison, 
Beverly Hills, Calif., and Maude 
Keck, Pasadena. 3956 

Calling all cars; by William Robson. 
episode 31. © 1 c. July :;. L934; 
D 29935 ; Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 3957 

episode 36. The nitrogly- 
cerin parson. © 1 c. July 14. 1934; 
D 30079 : Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 3958 

episode 37. The corpse in 

the desert. © 1 c. July 16. 1934; 
D 30097 : Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem. Los Angeles. 3959 

episode 38. The mystery of 

the midnight bomb. © 1 c. July 
16, 1934; D 3009S ; Don Lee broad- 
casting system, Los Angeles. 3960 

Came the morrow; a play in 4 acts, 
with introduction, prologue and epi- 
logue, by C. C. Ritze. © 1 c. July 
30. 19,34; D 30339; Claude C. Ritze, 
Detroit. 3961 

Camera conquests; an original radio 
series, by V. Radcliffe. © 1 c. July 
26. 1934: D 30293; Vernon Rad- 
cliffe, Pelhain Manor, N.Y. 3962 

Casto (El) don Jose ; tragedia gro- 
tesca en 3 actos, original de Carlos 
Arniches. 1. ed. Madrid. Gralica 
literaria, 1934. 89 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 3, 1934; 1 c. July 10; D 30027; 
Carlos Arniches, Madrid. 3963 

Catherine, mother of three kings; a 
play in .'-! acts, with prologue and 
epilogue, by M. E. Pesnel. © 1 c. 
July 25. 1934; D :ii>2<;7: Maximilian 
E. Pesnel. Troy. N.Y. 3964 

Cave-in (The) at Angels camp. See 
Death Valley days. 



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no. 7, 1934 



3983 



Ceiling zero ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frank Wead. §lc. July 16, 1934 ; 
D 30093; Frank W. Tread, Los An- 
geles. 3965 

Challenge (The) Ohio's historical ro- 
mance ; a pageant of Ohio history in 
9 episodes, by L. Wilson. © 1 c. 
July 12. 1934 ; D 30044 ; Leona Wil- 
son, Cleveland. 3966 

Chaos ; a farce in 3 acts, by R. H. 
Julius. © 1 c. July 19, 1934; D 
30146; Roderick Herbert Julius, 
Darling Point, Sydney. Australia. 

3967 

Character (A) intrudes ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by C. 0. Costello. © 1 c. 
July 16, 1934; D 30107; Charles 
Stephen Costello, Chicago. 396S 

Charity for all. See Relief in heaven. 

Chiselers express; a 3-act comedy, by 
S. Ondek. © 1 c. July 31, 1934; 
D 30345; Stephen Ondek, Bridge- 
port, Conn. 3969 

dnco lobitos ; comedia en 3 actos 
[por] Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez 
Quintero. Madrid [Imprenta hijos 
de Tomas Minuesa] 1934. 108 p. 
12 mo. © Jan. 16, 1934 ; 1 c. July 
10; D 30022; Serafin and Joaquin 
Alvarez Quintero, Madrid. 3970 

Cirkusz (A) csillaga ; zenes jatek ket 
reszben, irta : Bus-Fekete Laszlo 
[i. e. Laszlo Bus-Fekete] [With 
lyrics of Stephen Bekeffi, music by 
Michael Eisemann and Charles 
Komjati] Text. © 1 c. July 19, 
1934 ; D 30143 ; Julius Frank Bard, 
Budapest, Hungary. 3971 

^Clam (The) ; or, The gumboil, a farce 
in 3 acts, by C. Madden, based on 
The limpet by Vernon Woodhouse 
and Vernon MacClure. © 1 c. July 
24, 1934; D 30281; Cecil Madden, 
London. - 3972 

Clash — the Samaritan ; a terse panto- 
mime with sound effect, by A. Bax- 
ter. © 1 c. July 25, 1934 ; D 30270 ; 
Alan Baxter, Cleveland Heights. O. 
3973 

Classical music versus non-classics ; by 
I. B. Cohen. © 1 c. June 29, 1934 ; 
D 30029; Isadore B. Cohen, New 
York. 3974 

Cloran. See Dream of a homestead- 
er's child. 

Cock crow; a play in 3 acts, by An- 
thony Carlyle [pseud, of G. A. Mil- 
ton], M. Braddell and J. E. Watts- 



Phillips. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; D 
30100; Gladys Alexandra Milton, 
Maurice Braddell, and John Edward 
Watts-Phillips, London. 3975 

Come-back (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Dane. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; 
D 30201 ; Essex Dane, New York. 

3976 

Companionate baby; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. C. Gillette. © 1 c. July 
6. 1934; D 29956; Don Carle Gil- 
lette, New York. 3977 

Conju, moon ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, bv A. R. Bolore. Text. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1934 ; D 30187 ; Agnes Rob- 
erts Bolore, Hamden, Conn. 3978 

Conquest of malarial fever. See 
Phantom frontiers. 

Coqs (Les) ; en 3 actes de J. J. Klein. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1934; D 29927; 
Jacques Jean Klein, Paris. 3979 

Corneille ; Le cid. — Horace — Poly- 
eucte — Le menteur [par Pierre Cor- 
neille] edited by C. H. C. Wright. 
New York, Chicago [etc., 1934] xxx, 
429 p. 16mo. ([The Modern stu- 
dent's library, French series] ) © 
June 20, 1934 ; 2 c. July 10 ; aff . June 
22 ; A 73391 ; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 3979* 

Corpse in the desert. See Calling all 
cars. 

Couple (A) of chiselers; a 1-act farce, 
by Len D. Hollister. Chicago [1934] 
15 p. 16mo. © June 29, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Julv 2 ; D 29902 ; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 3980 

Crackers ; a comedy-drama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Wallace Price. 
© 1 c. July 12, 1934 ; D 30207 ; Wal- 
lace Calvert Price, San Francisco. 

3981 

Crede Biron ; a romantic tragedy 
based on the life of George Gordon, 
Lord Byron, in 3 acts, by I. Sulds. 
© 1 c. July 13, 1934 ; D 30066 ; Irvin 
Sulds, Stamford, Conn. 3982 

Crescent (The) Bay mystery. See 
Newspaper mysteries. 

Crime conscious. See First nighter. 

Criminal (The) See I am the law. 

Critters and things ; a play in 3 acts, 
bv G. Teal. Rev. ed. © 1 c. July 
23, 1934; D 30228; George Teal, 
New York. 3983 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Crystal (The) goblet; a drama in 4 
acts, by H. C. Hiller. © 1 c. July 5, 
1934; D 29944; Herman C. Hiller, 
Oakland, Calif. 3984 

Curious (A) thing; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. H. Huffman. © 1 c. July 18, 
1934 ; D 30130 ; Eugene Henry Huff- 
man, Los Angeles. 3985 

Curtain (The) falls; by Karl Brown. 
© 1 c. July 18, 1934; D 30232; 
Chesterfield motion pictures Corp., 
New York. 3986 

Dark horizon ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Lesley Storm [pseud, of M. M. C. 
Clark] © 1 c. May 3, 1934; D 
30140 ; Mabel Margaret Cowie Clark, • 
London. 3987 

Daughters (The) of Columbia; a play 
in 1 act, by R. L. Hamilton. © 
1 c. July 17, 1934; D 30125; Rose 
L. Hamilton, Pendleton, Or. 398S 

David Copperfield. See David Cop- 
perfield meets his aunt. 

David Copperfield meets his aunt; a 
play from Charles Dickens' novel, 
David Copperfield, dramatized by D. 
M. Vance. © 1 c. July 9, 1934; D 
30255; Daisy Melville Vance, Berk- 
eley, Calif. 3989 

Day (A) at the broker's; by D. 

Freedman. © 1 c. July 28, 1934 ; D 

30304 ; David Freedman, New York. 

3990 

Dead (The) come back; a play in 3 
acts with prologue and epilogue, by 
M. Gauss. © 1 c. July 6, 1934; D 
29984 ; Marianne Gauss, Greeley, 
Col. 3991 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
June 7, 1934. White goods. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934 ; D 29957 ; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 3992 

June 14, 1934. The cave-in 

at Angels camp. © 1 c. July 5, 
1934; D 29958; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 3993 

—June 21, 1934. Sauce for 

the goose. © 1 c. July 5, 1934; D 
29959; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 3994 

June 28, 1934. Sutro's coyote 

hole. © 1 c. July 5, 1934 ; D 29960 ; 

Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

3995 

Death walks Fifth avenue. See Talkie 
picture time. 



Deeps (The) beneath; a play in 3 
acts, by F. Rider. © 1 c. July IS, 
1934; D 30132; Fremont Rider, 
Middletown, Conn. 3996 

Delilah, the temptress ; a play in 1 
act, by A. T. Neckles. © 1 c. July 
16, 1934 ; D 30103 ; Anna T. Neckles, 
New York. 3997 

Derfflinger; singspiel in 3 aufziigen, 
von Carl Bretschneider und Her- 
mann Frey. Musik von Walter 
Berlin, 1934. 2 p.l., 3-93 p. 
8vo. Regie- und soufflier- 
Text. © June 1, 1934; 1 c. 
; D 30038; Edition To-Ma, 



Kollo. 
diagr. 
buch. 
July 6 
Berlin. 



Deutschland erwache (Germany 
awake) ; a play in 3 acts, by G. L. 
Kimball. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; D 
30088 ; Golden LaMarr Kimball, San 
Francisco. 3999 

Doctor Shmoctor; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by Anna M. St. John. © 1 c. July 
27, 1934 ; D 30307 ; George A. Alex- 
eeff, New York. 4000 

Domestic interior ; a play in 1 act, by 
Hermon Ould. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons The Year book press, 
ltd. [1934] 32 p. 12mo. (The Year- 
book press series of plays) © June 
20, 1934 ; 1 c. July 2 ; D 30072 ; Her- 
mon Ould, London. 4001 

Don Senior; a play in 3 acts, by W. 
J. Permian and A. Bookstein. © 

1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30235; William 
J. Perlman, Los Angeles. 4002 

Donauliebchen ; operette in 3 akten 
(4 bildern) von Julius Brammer 
und Emil Marboth. Musik von Ed- 
mund Eysler. KlavierauszUg mit 
text. Wien[etc] New York. 1934. 

2 v. [Regie-und soufllierbuch] 12mo. 
[Vocal score] fol. © Feb. 2, 1934; 

1 c. Apr. 3; D 28700; Verlag W. 
Karczag, Vienna. 4003 

Dormant (The) heritage. See Two by 
two. 

Dotty and Daffy ; a farce in 3 acts,, 
by Jay Tobias. Chicago [1934] 119 
p. diagr. 16mo. © July 6, 1934; 

2 c. July 14 ; D 30075 ; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 4004 

Dragon (The) and Buzzie. See In a 
mirror. 

Dream of a homesteader's child (Clo- 
ran) ; roadshow version, adapted 
from the original stage version, by 



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4026 



E. E. Baker. © 1 c. July 16, 1934 ; 
D 28699; Ernest Everhart Baker, 
Salem, Or. 4005 

Dream (A) of hate ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by F. Y. Anderson. © 1 c. July 13, 
1934 : D 30061 ; Franklin Yates An- 
derson, St. Louis. 4006 

Drums of destiny; a play in 3 scenes, 
by Bertram Hobbs [i.e. S. B. Hobbs] 
and Gilbert Moore. © 1 c. July 5, 
1934; D 30115; Stephen Bertram 
Hobbs, Pleasantville, N.Y. 4007 

Dumb-bell letters ; program A, by J. 
Lowell. © 1 c. May 2, 1934; D 
30137 ; Juliet Lowell, New York. 

4008 

Dutch hollow ; a romantic comedy in 3 
acts, by G. A. Askelund. © 1 c. July 
30, 1934; D 30336; George Arthur 
Askelund, Berkeley, Calif. 4009 

Edith Weller; by S. Ondek. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1934; D 30344; Stephen 
Ondek, Bridgeport, Conn. 4010 

El Dorado ; a romantic comic opera in 
3 acts, by W. A. Benjamin. Text. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30239 ; Wil- 
liam Augustus Benjamin, Los An- 
4011 



Elise finds herself ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Brandt and E. Pinch. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1934; D 29993; Frances 
Brandt, Baldwin, N.Y., and Esther 
Pinch, New York. 4012 

Emperor's (An) great love (Barbara 
Blomberg) ', historic drama in 3 acts 
with a prologue, by Alice Liebling. 
San Bruno, Calif., Wesley Webster 
[1934] 141, [2] p. front, (port.) 
8vo. Text. The incidental music 
to this drama is composed by 
Dr. George Liebling. © June 30, 
1934; 2 e. June 12; D 30011; Alice 
Liebling (Mrs. George Liebling) 
Hollywood, Calif. 4013 

Enchanted (The) cup; a play in 4 
acts, by H. Wilde. © 1 c. July 7, 
1934; D 29972; Hagar Wilde, New 
York. 4014 

Enterprising Oswald. See Two by 
two. 

Euthanasia ; a play in 3 acts, by S. R. 
Bivona. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; D 
30003; Salvatore Richard Bivona, 
New York. 4015 

Ex . . . (El) ; farsa satirica de la 
vida de un pobre hombre, dividida 
en 3 estampas, original de Pedro 
JMunoz Seca y Pedro Perez Fer- 



nandez. 1. ed. Madrid, Imprenta 
Europa, 1934. 82 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
1, 1934; 1 c. July 10; D 30018; 
Pedro Muiioz Seca and Pedro Perez 
Fernandez, Madrid. 4016 

F is for family; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of C. G. 
Kurtz] New York, Fitzgerald pub- 
lishing corporation [1934] 143 p. 
12mo. © July 17, 1934; 8 c. July 
19; D 30177; C. Gordon Kurtz, Ja- 
maica, N.Y. 4017 

Fair (The) tea-maker of Edgeware 
road ; an historical play in 3 acts, 
by John Gould [i.e. F. J. Gould] 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1934 ; D 29928 ; Fred- 
eric John Gould, St. George's, Ber- 
muda. • 4018 

Fall (The) of a sparrow ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Fahey. © 1 c. July 14, 
1934; D 30077; Michael Fahey, 
Brooklyn. 4019 

Fallen angels and women ; story based 
on conditions on earth before and 
during the great deluge of Noah's 
day, by W. L. Gleeson. © 1 c. June 
5. 1934; D 30110; Willard L. Glee- 
son, San Leandro, Calif. 4020 

Family (The) next door; episodes 
1-10, a radio serial, by E. F. Boehm. 
© 1 c. May 21, July 10, 1934; D 
30047, 30048 ; Evelyn F. Boehm, Sac- 
ramento, Calif. 402.1,4022 

Famous (The) Calliope case; [by W. 
H. Parrish, jr. and Lova Lee Peder- 
son] Nashville, Tenn., The Sterling 
Rundle press [1934] 1 p. 1., 11, [1] 
p. nar. 4to. © July 7, 1934; 2 c. 
July 9; D 29991; Roy wan co., 
Nashville. 4023 

Fascist's sake ! ! ; an Aristophanic 
comedy in 3 acts, by S. S. and A. S. 

. Alberts. © 1 c. July 21, 1934; D 
30197; Sydney S. Alberts, Yonkers, 
N.Y. 4024 

Fashion's fate; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Wynf ord. © 1 c. July 16, 1934 ; 
D 30102 ; Warwick Wynford, Lon- 
don. 4025 

Fatherly love ; a play from Russian- 
Hebrew life in times of Czar Nicho- 
las I, in 2 parts, by Boraz [pseud, 
of] (Boris Rasoumovsky) © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934; D 30251; Boris V. 
Rasoumovsky, New York. 4026 



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Fear; a play in 9 scenes, by Alexan- 
der Afinogenov, authorized transla- 
tion from the Russian by C. Mala- 
muth. © 1 c. July 25, 1934; D 
30273 ; Charles Malaniuth and Eu- 
gene Lyons, Pasadena. 4027 

Feldherrnhuegel ; musikalische parade 
in 2 teilen, nach der gleichnanrigen 
schnurre, von Roda Roda und Carl 
Roessler, von Karl Farkas, Geza 
Herczeg, Hubert Marischka, niusik 
von Richard Fall. Text. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1934; D 30264; Wilhelm 
Karczag verlag, Vienna. 4028 

Feud's over. See Mummers. 

First nighter ; radio broadcast. June 
29, 1934. Tourist camp, by Arch 
Oboler. © 1 c. July 2, 1934; D 
29934 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 4029 

■ July 6, 1934. Crime con- 
scious, by Roger Wheeler. © 1 c. 
July 9, 1934; D 29986; Campana 
sales eo., Batavia, 111. 4030 

July 13, 1934. Going places, 

by Robert Henry Wall. © 1 c. July 
14, 1934; D 30083; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 4031 

July 20, 1934. The black 

box, by Darrell Ware. © 1 c. July 
21, 1934; D 30196; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 4032 

July 27, 1934. The truth 

tester, by Walter S. Greenough. © 
1 c. July 28, 1934 ; D 30303 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 4033 

Fishers of men ; a play in 3 acts, by 
K. E. Glisson. © 1 c. July 12, 1934 ; 
D 30040; Kitabel Elkin Glisson, 
Jackson, Tenn. 4034 

Five aces ; a play in 3 acts, by Valerie 
Wyngate [pseud, of J. V. S. Salberg] 
© 1 c. June 1, 1934 ; D 30210 ; Jeanne 
Valerie Sallv Salberg, London. 

4035 

Floating island. See Talkie picture 
time. 

Forty-niners (The) ; episodes 27-52, a 
radio serial, by Margaret Eeliard. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1934 ; D 30215 ; Rus- 
sell C. Comer advertising co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 4036 

Four (The) murders on Fourth Ave.; 
a dramatic brevity on the travesty 
of justice in 4 acts, by C. C. 
Chamales. © 1 c. July 2, 1934 ; D 
29918; Chris Chamales, Frankfort, 
Ind. 4037 



Freedom ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Schechtman. © 1 c. Apr. 14. 1934; 
D 30252; Ephraim Schechtman, 
Durham, N.C. 4038 

Friday evenings with Uncle Aimer ; 
in 8 parts, by J. J. Bowman. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1934; D 30328: John J. 
Bowman, St. Petersburg, Fla. 4039 

Fringe of glory ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. A. Grew. © 1 c. July 30, 
1934; D 30331; William A. Grew, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4040 

Front basement : a drama in 3 acts, by 
M. M. O'Brien. © 1 c. June 20, 
1934 : D 30031 ; Michael M. O'Brien, 
Rosedale, N.T. 4041 

Gabriel, Uncle Sam, and the wander- 
ing Jew ; an address, by Dr. A. P.. 
Sloane. © 1 c. July 5. 1934; D 
30285; Anna Bogenholm Sloane, 
New York. 4042 

Gaby Von Hauptmann ; a drama in 3 
acts, by E. Glazer. © 1 c. July 3, 
1934; D 29938; Etta Glazer, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 4043 

Game (The) of love and chance. 
Sec Jeu (Le) de l'amour et du 
hasard. 

Gemelas ; comedia dramatics en 2 ae- 
tos, original y en prosa. por L. 
Jimenez. © 1 e. June 30. 1934 : D 
29924 ; Lia Jimenez, Los Angeles. 

4044 

General strike; a talking picture 

comedy, by W. C. Patterson. © 1 c. 

July 28, 1934; D 30340: William 

Chandler Patterson, San Francisco. 

4045 

Gentlemen of the law ; a drama in 3 
acts, by C. Moran and F. Moran. 
© 1 c. July 20, 1934: D 30182; 
Charles Moran and Frances Moran, 
St. Louis. 4046 

Gentlewoman. See With a reckless 
preface: two plays*. 

Germany awake. See Deutsehland 
erwache. 

Gift (A) for a King; a Biblical drama, 
by B. B. Ramsey. © 1 c. July 18, 
1934: D 30208: Blanche Banta Ram- 
sey, Terre Haute. Ind. 4047 

Girl (The) friend; a domestic comedy 
in 2 acts, by W. A. .Tefferis. © 1 c. 
July 23, 1934: D 30195: William 
Arthur Jefferis, Hollywood, Calif. 

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4067 



Girl (Tile) from out yonder; a dra- 
matic play in 4 acts, by Justin 
Adams. © 1 c. June 11, 1934; D 
29930 ; Mrs. Cecil Klark, San Pedro. 
Calif. 4049 

Girls will be girls. See Two by two. 

Go West young man ; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, written and composed 
by Merlin S. Temple. Complete 
libretto and lyrics. Summit, N.J., 
1934. cover-title, 31 p. 8vo. Test. 
© May 27. 1934; 2 c. July 5; D 
29943; Merlin S. Temple, Summit. 
N.J. 4050 

Goat without bornsi; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Randolph and F. Merlin. © 
1 c. June 21, 1934 ; D 30283 ; Renita 
Randolph and Frank Merlin,. New 
York. 4051 

Gobseck (A literal translation of) ; by 
Balzac. [Tr. by Carl Gans. Boston, 
Mass., 1934] 2 p. 1., 2-40 numb. 1. 
4to. (Student translation series) 
© Mar. 1, 1934; 2 c. Mar. 24; aff. 
Mar. 26; AA 143042; Student out- 
lines & translations, inc., Boston. 

4052 

Goddard (The) men; in 3 acts, by 
B. M. Ritchey and M. Hubbard. © 

1 c. June 25, 1934; D 30058; Belle 
MacDiarmid Ritchey and Mabel 
Hubbard, Cincinnati. 4053 

Going places. See First nighter. 

Golden (The) gander; a play in 3 
acts, by Edward Scott [i.e. W. E. 
Scott] © 1 c. July 25, 1934; D 
30258; William Edward Scott, San 
Francisco. 4054 

Good morning, Parson ; a 1-act com- 
edy, by Lillian Dunlap George. Chi- 
cago [1934] 22 p. 16mo. © June 
29, 1934 ; 2 c. July 2 ; D 29904 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 4055 

Grandma fought the Indians. See 
Two by two. 

Grand-papa Maxime ; saynete inedite 
de Tristan Bernard. (In Paris, Noir 
et blanc, no. 7, Mai 13, 1934) © 
May 13, 1934; 1 c. July 10; D 
30231 ; Tristan Bernard, Paris. 4056 

Granny's wonderful chair ; a play in 

2 acts, by A. S. Beistle, dramatized 
from story, by Frances Browne. © 
1 c. July 7, 1934 ; D 29971 ; Aldarilla 
S. Beistle, Cleveland Heights, O. 

4057 



Grass (The) grows greener; by Edwin 
Shields Hewitt. © 1 c. July 23, 
1934 ; D 30224 ; Olivia Orth, Milwau- 
kee. 4058 

Gray (The) mare. See Woman's ex- 
change. 

Great expectations' ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Dickens and C. E. Openshaw, 
based on the novel by Charles Dick- 
ens. © 1 c. June 8, 1934 ; D 30279 ; 
Ethel Dickens and C. E. Openshaw, 
London. 4059 

Great (The) maharajah; a study in 
psychology in 3 acts, by C. H. Bloom- 
field. © 1 c. July 13, 1934 ; D 30059 ; 
Charles Henry Bloomfield, New 
York. 4060 

Greater (The) lover; a play in 3 acts 
and prologue, by Frances Homer 
[i.e. F. H. Price] and Jean Lee 
Latham. © 1 c. July 21, 1934; D 
30198; Frances Homer Price, Phila- 
delphia. 4061 

Grenzen der leidenschaft. See Konsul 
Michael. 

Gulf (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by Paul 
Haag, adaptation in 4 acts, by J. 
Charash. © 1 c. July 9, 1934; D 
299S9 ; Jack Charash, New York. 

4062 

Gumboil (The) See Clam (The) 

Gypsy blonde ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, book by Kenneth Johns [pseud, 
of] D. Ostrov, lyrics by Frank Ga- 
brielson. Music from Balfe's Bo- 
hemian girl. Text. © 1 c. July 6, 
1934; D 29966; Dmitri Ostrov, New 
York. 4063 

Gypsy Daisy came over the hills ; by 
Helen Hartness Flandera 1934. 
[8] p. 8vo. © May 15, 1934; 2 c. 
June 28; D 30233; Helen Hartness 
Flanders, Springfield, Vt. 4064 

Happy (The) encounter; a romantic 
comedy, by D. A. Kemble. © 1 c. 
July 9, 1934; D 29983; Dorothy A. 
Kemble, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 4065 

Happy ending; a play in 2 acts, by F. 
Johns and W. Lackaye, jr. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934; D 29955; Florence 
Johns and Wilton Lackaye, jr., 
Sandy Hook, Conn. 4066 

Have we a hero? a drama in 3 acts, 
with prologue, by K. W. Brooks. © 
1 c. July 17, 1934; D 30134; Ken- 
neth W. Brooks, New York. 4067 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Heart (The) of woman; a play in 3 
acts, by A. B. Sloane. © 1 c. July 
24, 1934 ; D 30237 ; Anna Bogenholm 
Sloane, New York. 4068 

Helga the dumb ; a play in 7 scenes, 
by H. C. Nelson. © 1 c. July 7, 
1934 ; D 30056 ; Helen Clare Nelson, 
Seattle. 4069 

Hell ; a very tragic joke in 5 scenes, 
by K. Bramson, tr. bv V. Stanley 
Alder. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1934; D 
30114 ; Karen Bramson, Paris. 4070 

Her hunch ; a revue sketch, by C. H. 
Barclay. © 1 c. July 13, 1934; D 
30062 ; Carleton Henry Barclay, New 
York. 4071 

Here and hereafter ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Garrott. © 1 e. July 31, 
1934 ; D 30348 ; George Garrott, New 
York. 4072 

Heritage ; a play in 3 acts, by M. A. 
Pinover. © 1 c. July 19, 1934; D 
30148 ; Maurice A. Pinover, Brook- 
lyn. 4073 

Hernani (A literal translation of) ; 
by Victor Hugo, literally translated 
from the French by Carl Gans. 
Cambridge, Mass., 1934. 2 p. 1., 71 
numb. 1. 4to. (Student translation 
series) © Feb. 2, 1984; 2 c. Mar. 
1 ; aff . Feb. 28 ; AA 140500 ; College 
tutoring bureau, Cambridge, Mass. 
4074 

History is de-bunk ; a satirical musical 
revue, book by Albert Julian and 
Louis Blanc, lyrics by Lee Garmisa. 
Music by Samuel Fidler and Albert 
Ganzfried. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; 
D 28702 ; Albert J. Ganzfried, Brook- 
lyn. 4075 

Hold that line ; a musical comedy of 
college life in 3 acts, book by L. R. 
Cook, music by Ethel Ward Johnson. 
Text. © 1 c. July 24, 1934; D 
30234; Laurence Russell Cook, Los 
Angeles. 4076 

Hollywood rosary ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. E. Rose. © 1 c. July 6, 1934; 
D 29967 ; Eduard E. Rose and Doro- 
thy S. Rose, Fremont, Wis. 4077 

Home town revue ; a spontaneous 
combustion of mirth and merriment, 
by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. New York 
[1934] 92 p. 12mo. © July 20, 
1934; 2 c. July 21; D 30193; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 4078 



Hullabaloo ; a comedy in 34 scenes, by 
W. J. Fitzpatrick. © 1 c. July 19, 
1934; D 30144; William J. Fitzpat- 
rick, Chelsea, Mass. 4079 

I am the law; a modern mystery 
drama in 3 acts, by E. Eisner. New 
adaptation of The criminal. © 1 c. 
July 13, 1934 ; D 30067 ; Edward Eis- 
ner, Hollywood, Calif. 4080 

I'll tell you in the morning; a play in 
3 acts, by J. Mower. © 1 c. July 
24, 1934; D 30236; Jeanne Mower, 
Los Angeles. 4081 

I'm busy; by H. C. Smith. © 1 c. 
July 21, 1934 ; D 30209 ; Henry Clapp 
Smith, New York. 4082 

Identical fingerprints; a comedy in 1 

act, by D. P. Chandler and Zoe Rae. 

© 1 c. July 13, 1934; D 30064; 

Davis P. Chandler, Glendale, Calif. 

4083 

Immediate production ; a play in' 3 
acts, by Katherine Forbes-Leith 
[pseud, of K. E. L. Jackson] © 1 c. 
July 24, 1934; D 30242; Katherine 
E. L. Jackson, New York. 4084 

In a mirror : by E. S. Brasseit. The 
dragon and Buzzie. © 1 c. June 19, 
1934; D 30051; Ethel Sloane Bras- 
seit, Hughsonville, N.Y. 4085 

Loose talk around the City 

Hall. © 1 c June 19, 1934: D 
30053 ; Ethel Sloane Brasseit, Hugh- 
sonville, N.Y. 4086 

— —Mrs. Percival Belted Mort- 
gage Lifter. © 1 c. June 19. 1934 ; 
D 30050; Ethel Sloane Brasseit, 
Hughsonville, N.Y. 40S7 

Stock exchange, in 3 acts. 

© 1 c. June 19, 1934: D 30052; 
Ethel Sloane Brasseit, Hughsonville, 
N.Y. 4088 

In defense of husbands ; a comedy, by 
J. S. Hawley [III1 © 1 c. July 10, 
1934: D 30010: John Savage Haw- 
ley, III, San Diego, Calif. 4089 

In memoriam ; a play in 3 acts, by I. 
Genet. © 1 c June 11, 1934; D 
30034 ; Ira Genet, New York. 4090 

In the end ; a new play in a prologue, 
3 acts, and epilogue, by J. Lloyd. 
© 1 c. June IS, 1934 ; D 29932 ; John 
Lloyd, New York. 4091 

In the money ; a modern up-to date 
comedy [by R. R. Stewart. W. T. 
Stewart and Wayne Allen] New 
York, N.Y., Cleveland, O. [etc.] 



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4112 



1934. cover-title, 36 numb. 1. 4to. 
© June 18, 1934; 2 c. July 5; D 
29970; Universal producing co., 
Fairfield, la. 4092 

In the spring ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Esther Mitchell [pseud, of E. P. Wil- 
son] ©lc. July 10, 1934 ; D 30009 ; 
Esther Plumpton Wilson, New York. 
4093 

Independence day ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Simon. © 1 c. July 25. 1934 ; D 
30268 ; Bernard Simon, New York. 

4094 

Inga ; a play in 4 acts, by Anatole Gle- 
bov, translated and adapted from 
the Russian by C. Malamuth. © 
1 c. July 25, 1934 ; D 30274 ; Charles 
Malamuth and Eugene Lyons, Pasa- 
dena. 4095 

Inimitable (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jalna Young and Jerome Dreifuss. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1934 ; D 30141 ; Vin- 
cent , Knight Manley corp., New 
York. 4096 

Iphigenia auf Tauris (A literal trans 1 
lation of) ; by Goethe. [Translated 
bv Fritz Safier] Cambridge, Mass., 
1934. 2 p. 1., 2^22 numb. 1. 4to. 
(Student translation series) © 
Jan. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 16 ; 
AA 141078 ; College tutoring bureau, 
Cambridge, Mass. 4097 

Is it love? a play in 3 acts, by M. A. 
McGuire. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; D 
30087; Marion A. McGuire, New 
York. 4098 

Isolde's husband ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Helen MacLeod [i.e. H. M. Fiske] 
© 1 c. July .19, 1934 ; D 30188; Helen 
MacLeod Fiske, Iowa Falls, la. 

4099 

It had to be done ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. J. Gilman. © 1 c. July 25, 1934 ; 
D 30266; Stephen J. Gilman, Mai- 
den, Mass. 4100 

It happens every day ; by Edwin 
Shields Hewitt. © 1 c. July 23, 
1934; D 30223; Olivia Orth, Mil- 
waukee. 4101 

Jack the giant killer. See Once upon 
a time. 

Jane is psychic ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Mabel M. Moran. [1934] cover- 
title, 21 p. 12mo. © June 18, 1934 ; 
2 c. July 19; D 30229; Mabel M. 
Moran, Larchmont, N.Y. 4102 

Jeanne de Pantin. See Theatre. 



Jeu (Le) de l'amour et du hasard 
(The game of love and chance) (A 
literal translation of) ; by Marivaux, 
translated from the French by A. H. 
R[osenthal] Boston, Mass., Student 
outlines & translations inc. [1934] 
2 p. 1., 2-45 numb. 1. 4to. (Student 
translation series) © Feb. 21, 1934 ; 
2 c. Mar. 24; aff. Mar. 26; AA 
143040 ; College tutoring bureau, 
Cambridge, Mass. 4103 

Joan of Arc; a 1-act play, by Ruth 
Emery Cann. 1934. cover-title, 10 
numb. e. 4to. © June 1, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 16; D 30275; Ruth Emery 
Cann, Albany. 4104 

Joash ; by Lillian Dunlap George. 
New York [1934] 18 p. 12mo. 
Contains music. © July 20, 1934; 
2 c. July 21; D 30192; Fitzgerald 
pub. Corp., New York. 4105 

Jolly (The) buccaneers; episode 1, 
a radio operetta in 13 episodes, by 
L. R. Cook. Text. © 1 c. July 30, 
1934; D 30338; Laurence Russell 
Cook, Los Angeles. 4106 

Josefa ; a play based on the story of 
Josefa Carillo and Henry Delano 
Fitch, by L. Field. © 1 c. May 29, 
1934; D 29947; Luisa Field, Los 
Angeles. 4107 

Juanito Arroyo se casa ; comedia en 3 
actos y un prologo [por] Serafin y 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Madrid 
[Sociedad general de autores de 
Espana] 1933. 84 p. 12mo. © 
Oct. 29', 1933 ; 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 
30025; Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez 
Quintero, Madrid. 4108 

Junior safety club and inspector Bob ; 
by E. Harper. © 1 c. June 12, 1934 ; 
D 30111 ; Earl Harper, New York. 
4109 

Just people; a play in 3 acts, by Ed- 
ward Scott [i.e. W. E. Scott] © 1 
c. July 25, 1934; D 30260; William 
Edward Scott, San Francisco. 4110 

Kicking high. See Talkie picture 
time. 

Kids ; a music drama in 3 acts, words 
and music by A. J. Williams. © 
1 c. July 12, 1934 ; D 28695 ; Abigail 
J. Williams, Madison, N.J. 4111 

King of glory ; a portrayal of Jesus, 
the Christ, in 6 acts, by F. R. 
Shaver. © 1 c. July 11, 1984; D 
30142; Florence Redfield Shaver, 
New York. 4112 



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pt. I, v. 7 



King (The) who became a stork. See 
Once upon a time. 

Knighthood ; a pageant play, based 
upon the legends of King Arthur and 
his knights of the Round Table, by 
J. E. Morcombe. © 1 c. June 30, 
1934; D 29920; Joseph E. Mor- 
combe, San Francisco. 4113 

Knights astray; a musical comedy in 
5 acts, by C. V. Taylor. Text. © 
1 c. July 19, 1934; D 30179; Caro- 
lina Virginia Taylor, "Washington, 
Pa. 4114 

Konsul Michael (Grenzen der leiden- 
schaft) ; 3 akte einer komodie, von 
Axel Ivers. © 1 c. July 3, 1934; D 
30039; Drei masken verlag a.-g.. 
Berlin. 4115 

Lady Fanny ; das lustspiel von Jerome 
K. Jerome in einer neubearbeitung 
von Erik Ernst und Peter Hell mit 
der musik von Theo Mackeben. 
Vollstandiger klavierauszug mit 
text. Berlin, 1934. 2 v. [Libretto] 
8vo. [Vocal score] fol. © Apr. 6, 
1934 ; 1 c. July 17 ; D 28697 ; Chari- 
vari musikverlag, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 

4116 

Lady realtor ; a play by M. Walker. 
© 1 c. July 19, 1934; D 30147; 
Mannix Walker, Washington. 4117 

Lady, retire ; or, Ring out the old, a 
drama in 3 acts, by H. F. Briggs. 
© 1 c. June 19, 1934; D 30138; 
Hazel Farkasch Briggs, Madison, 
Wis. 4118 

Laff trip to the fair ; by B. Freshman. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1934; D 30226; 
Bertha Freshman, Chicago. 4119 

Iiast (The) slave; a play in 1 act, 

by R. E. Dyar. © 1 c. July 31, 

1934; D 30346; Ralph E. Dyar, 

Spokane, Wash. 4120 

Laughing (The) cavalier; act 1, by 
V. Oldham. © 1 c. July 23, 1934; 
D 30211; Vera Oldham, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 4121 

Laughing (The) house; a play in 3 
acts, by D. K. Luster. © 1 c. July 
18, 1934; D 30120; Dwight K. Lus- 
ter, Sharon, Mass. 4122 

Laughing moon; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Backus. © 1 c. July 28, 1934; 
D 30271; Georgia Backus,. New 
York. 4123 

Let's celebrate ; by O. H. Parry. © 1 
c. July 21, 1934; D 30206; Otelia 
Halgren Parry, Los Angeles. 4124 



Let's get together; a play, by M. 
Nathan. © 1 c. July 20, 1934; D 
30184; Mary Nathan, Jackson 
Heights, L.I., N.Y. 4125 

Let the buyer beware; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Ardrey. © 1 c. July 9, 
1934; D 29974; Josephine Ardrey, 
Chicago. 4126 

Life (The) of Peter the Great; epi- 
sode 16, a radio continuity, by Ed- 
ward Lynn. © 1 c. July 25. 1934; 
D 30261 ; Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 4127 

Limpet (The) See Clam (The) 

Lines and spaces ; by C. H. Cable, epi- 
sode nos. 20-23. © 1 c. July 2, 
1934; D 20909-29912; Clarence 
Henry Cable, Norwalk, Conn. 

412^-4131 

episodes 24-26. © 1 c. each 

July 17, 1934; D 30121-30123; Clar- 
ence Henry Cable, Norwalk. Conn. 

4132-4134 

Little (The) nudist; a modern com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Horace Manning 
[pseud, of H. Hoffman] © 1 c. 
July 19, 1934 ; D 30172 ; Hugh Hoff- 
man, N. Hollywood, Calif. 4135 

Little (The) red hen. See Once upon 
a time. 

Lolita ; a California musical romance 
in 2 acts, book by P. S. Whiting 
and R. Cunningham, lyrics by H. 
H. Brown and P. S. Whiting, music 
by H. H. Brown. Text. © 1 c. 
June 27, 1934; D 30248; Philip S. 
Whiting, Ruth Cunningham. Los 
Angeles, and Harry .Hoyt Brown, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4136 

Lone Ranger: by Francis Striker, 
nos. A-5, A-6. © 1 c. each July 7, 
1934; D 29979. 29980; Kmisky-Tren- 
dle broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 

4137, 4138 

A-7, A-8. © 1 c. each July 

23, 1934; D 30221, 30222; Kunsky- 

Trendle broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 

4139. 4140 

Lone sentinel : a play in 1 act, by 
June West. © 1 c. July 24, 1934; 
D 30240: June W T aterneld West. 
Boulder, Col. 4141 

Loose talk around the City Hall. See 

In a mirror. 
Lori.m and Caressa. See Prophet for 

Caressa. 



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4162 



Lou, Betty and Hal! Those three 
troublesome transients, episode 1, 
by H. W. Bull. © 1 c July 80, 
1934; D 30333; Howard Walworth 
Bull, Lynwood, Calif. 4142 

Love in livery ; a play in 4 acts, by R. 
Casey and J. Shute. © 1 c. June 
9, 1934; D 30109; Rosemary Casey, 
Pittsburgh and James Shute, New 
York. 4143 

Love scene ; a romantic comedy of Pas- 
adena and Hollywood in 3 acts, by 
R. J. Landrj'. Rev. version. © 1 c. 
July 28, 1934 ; D 30326 ; Robert John 
Landry, New York. 4144 

Love traps ; a play in 3 acts, from the 
Spanish of G. Martinez Sierra, 
adapted by F. Vroom and N. Bel- 
monte. © 1 c. June 28, 1934; D 
30256; Florence Vroom and Nena 
Belmonte, New York. 4145 

Lovers don't cry forever; a play in 3 
acts, by John Francis Larkin [i.e. 
J. F. Larkin, jr.] © 1 c. July 6, 
1934 ; D 30199 ; John Francis Larkin, 
jr., Hollywood, Calif. 4146 

Loves (The) of Byron; episodes 1-3, 
a radio play in 13 episodes, by L. R. 
Cook. © 1 c. July 17, 1934; D 
30118 ; Laurence Russell Cook, Los 
Angeles. 4147 

Luke and Leona ; a play in 3 acts, by 
T. Packard^ © 1 c July 2, 1934 ; D 
29919; Theodore Packard, Canton, 
Mass. 4148 

Luz(La) ; comedia original en 3 actos, 
de Antonio Quintero Ramirez y 
Manuel Desco Sanz. 1. ed. Madrid, 
Sociedad general de autores de 
Espafia, 1934. 84 p. 12mo. © Mar. 
18, 1934 ; 1 c. July 10 ; D 30016 ; An- 
tonio Quintero Ramirez and Manuel 
Desco Sanz, Madrid. 4149 

Made in heaven ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Seller. © 1 c. July 16, 1934 ; 
D 30086 ; Conrad Seiler, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4150 

Madman's ride ; a play in 3 acts, by 

William Juengst. © 1 c. July 16, 

- 1934 ; D 30203 ; William" Wallace 

Juengst, New York. 4151 

Madre Alegria ; comedia en 3 actos y 
en prosa, original [por] Luis Fer- 
nandez de Sevilla y Rafael Sepulveda. 
1. ed. Madrid, Artes graficas, suces- 
ores de Rivadeneyra, s. a., 1934. 75 
p. 12mo. © Feb. 4, 1934 ; 1 c. July 



10; D 30019; Luis Fernandez de 

Sevilla and Rafael Sepulveda, Ma- 

. drid. 4152 

Maelstrom ; a drama in 3 acts, by S. 
Whitman. © 1 c. July 23, 1934 ; D 
30214; Stephen Stanley Whitman, 
Springfield Gardens, L.I., N.Y. 

4153 

Make-up. See Two by two. 

Man (The) from home ; a play in 4 
acts [by] Booth Tarkington and 
Harry Leon Wilson. (Completely 
rewritten and revised) New York, 
N.Y., Samuel French, inc. [etc., etc.] 
1934. 97 p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © May 10, 1934 ; 2 c. June 
16; D 29651; Booth Tarkington, 
Indianapolis, and Harry Leon Wil- 
son, Monterey, Calif. 4154 

Man (The) that corrupted Hadleyburg. 
See Bag (A) of gold. 

Manhunters (The); by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-5, A-6. © 1 c. 
each July 7, 1934; D 29977, 29978; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 4155, 4156 

A-7, A-8. © 1 c. each July 

23, 1934; D 30217; 30218; Kunsky- 
Trenclle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4157, 4158 

Man's (A) foes. See Ragged (The) 
edge. 

Marriage (The) habit; or, There's no 
fool, a comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
F. Scheuing. © 1 c. July 5, 1934; 
D 29950; Frances Scheuing, New 
York. 4159 

Masquerade ; by U. Dunn. © 1 c. July 
5, 1934; D 29952; Undine Dunn, 
Evanston, 111. 4160 

Maw, Paw & Jasper ; by W. M. Cross- 
ley. © 1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30243 ; 
Walter Marshall Crossley, Akron, O. 
4161 

Men of the outer islands. See 
Volcano. 

Merchant of Venice (Adapted version 
of Shakespeare's) ; a tragedy of re- 
ligious and racial prejudice in a 
prologue and 4 acts, by Lincoln Van 
Silon and Elma Erlich Levinger. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30244 ; Wil- 
liam Lincoln Van Sickle, Colum- 
bus, O. 4162 

Mese a deneverrol; vigjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta : Kelemen Viktor 
[i.e. Viktor Kelemen] rendezte: 



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pt. i, v. T 



Mese a deneverrol — Continued 
Ronaszeki Bela [i.e. Bela Ronas- 
zeki] Budapest, Hungary, 1934. p. 

[1291-144, [2] 8vo. © Apr. 29, 
1934 ; 1 c. June 8 ; D 30190' ; Alexan- 
der Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 

4163 

Mesmer; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Nichols. © 1 c. July 6, 1934; D 
30055 ; Beverley Nichols, London. 

4164 

Million (A) torments; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Valentine Katayev, trans- 
lated and adapted from the Russian 
by C. Malamuth. © 1 c. July 25, 
1934; D 30272; Charles Malamuth 
and Eugene Lyons, Pasadena. 4165 

Ming Lo ; libretto for operetta in 1 act, 
by M. E. Fluegel. © 1 c. July 14, 
1934; D 30297; Marie Elizabeth 
Fluegel, Brooklyn. 4166 

Minnie Breezer ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Reby Edmond. New York [1934] 
96 p. 12mo. © June 15, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 16; D 29942; Fitzgerald pub. 
Corp., New York. 4167 

Mirage; a play in 3 acts, by Lockie 
Ingle and Alice Nichols. © 1 c. July 
13, 1934; D 30068; Lockie H. Ingle 
and Alice C. Nichols, Bloomfleld, 
N.J. 4168 

Mr. Ostrich ; a play in 3 acts, by Robert 
Ewing. © 1 c. July 18, 1934; D 
30136; Robert Martin Ewing, New 
York. 4169 

Mrs. Percival Belted Mortgage Lifter. 
See In a mirror. 

Modern (The) magi ; an allegory in a 
prologue and three acts from The 
Christmas cycle, by Harold F. 
Schory. [1934] 2 p. 1., [7]-46, 
[1] p. 12mo. © May 6, 1934; 2 c. 
July 9 ; D 29992 ; Harold F. Schory, 
Macomb, 111. 4170 

Monte Carlo. See Radio world cruise. 

Moon-dawn ; a romantic legend in 3 
acts, of the North American Indian, 
by S. J. Smith. © 1 c. July 5, 1934 ; 
D 29949; Susan Jessie Smith and 
Mary Elizabeth Smith, New York. 

4171 

Moonlight and lady; a play in 3 acts, 
by Edward Scott [i.e. W. E. Scott 1 
© 1 c. July 25, 1934; D 30259; 
William Edward Scott, San Fran- 
cisco. 4172 



Morally straight ; a revue sketch, by 
A. Baxter. © 1 c. July 25, 1934 ; D 
30269; Alan Baxter, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 4175 

Moroni; a play in 3 acts, by E. L. 
Masters. © 1 c. July 20, 1934; U 
30178; Edgar Lee Masters, New 
York. 4174 

Moscow (A) interlude; a 3-act play, 
by R. Van Raas. © 1 c. July 14, 
1934; D 30082; Rhyissa Van Raas. 
New York. 4175 

Moses ; a drama in 3 acts, by S. Hart- 
mann. © 1 c. June 26, 1934; r> 
30280; Sadakichi Hartmann, New 
York. 4176 

Mother's cooking; a comedy for five 
women, by Gertine Ahrens. New 
York [1934] 25 p. 12mo. (Play- 
house plays) © June 25, 1934; 2 c. 
June 26; D 30035; Fitzgerald pub, 
coip., New York. 4177 

Mountain (The) walking around; a 
play in 3 acts, by M. W. Dare. © 
1 c. July 2, 1934 ; D 29922 ; Margery 
Williams Dare, Chicago. 4178 

Movie madness ; a drama in 1 act, by 
Arthur Hedge. © 1 c. July 2. 1934 ; 
D 29917; Arthur William Hedge, 
Dickinson, N.D. 4179 

Multitude (A) of sins; a play in S 
acts, by A. H. Menkln and John 
Byers [pseud, of] I. Beierfeld. © 
1 c. June 16, 1934 ; D 29997 ; Arthur 
H. Menkin, New York and Isidore 
Beierfeld, Yonkers, N.Y. 41SO 

Mummers (The) ; by Jack Van Nos- 
trum!. Episode 2. Our capricious 
mistress. © 1 c. July 3, 1984 : D 
29936 ; Don Lee broadcasting system, 
Los Angeles. 4181 

Episode 3. Feud's over. © 

1 c. July 10, 1934; D 30007; Don 
Lee broadcasting system, Los An- 
geles. 4182 

episode 4. A sailor needs the 

sea. © 1 c. July 17, 1934 ; D 30124 ; 
Don Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 4183 



Murder for five thousand, 
hour. 



See Zero 



Murder will out; a drama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by K. Clugston. © 
1 c. July 20, 1934; D 30200; Kath- 
arine Clugston, Island, Me. 4184 



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no. 7, 1934 



4206 



Mush and Poke, butchers ; a blackface 
talking act, by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. 
Chicago [1934] 12 p. 16rno. © 
June 29, 1934 ; 2 c. July 2 ; D 29907 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 4185 

My name is — ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 

F. Reel. © 1 c. July 18, 1934; D 
30131 ; A. Frank Reel, Boston. 4186 

My strong intent ; a play in 3 acts with 
epilogue, by F. K. Davis. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934 : D 29946 ; Fitzroy Kelly 
Davis, Evanston, 111. 4187 

Mystery of the midnight bomb. See 
Calling all cars. 

Nacht (Die) vor zehn jahren. 

(Sweety) ; lustspiel in 3 akten, von 

Hans Adler. © 1 c. June 6, 1934 ; D 

30189 ; Georg Marton, verlag, Vienna. 

4188 

Napoleon agya ; boh6zat 3 felvonasban, 
irta : Halasz Imre [i.e. Imre Halasz] 
Budapest, Hungary, 1934. p. [129]- 
150. Svo. © May 6, 1934 ; 1 c. June 
8 ; D 30191 ; Alexander Marton, Bud- 
apest, Hungary. 4189 

Narrow (The) path. See Talkie pic- 
ture time. 

Neighbor Dryfus ; a play in 3 acts, by 

G. Minturn. © 1 c. July 31, 1934; 
D 30349 ; Garrett Minturn, Yorktown 
Heights, N.Y. 4190 

Nephews (The) of Paris; by Frank 
Cavett. © 1 c. July 5, 1934; D 
29945 ; Eastern productions, inc., 
New York. 4191 

New wine ; a 1-act play, by C. C. Wis- 

ner. © 1 c. July 9, 1934 ; D 29985 ; 

Carl Chauncey Wisner, Los Angeles. 

4192 

Newport (A) wedding; by D. Freed- 
man. © 1 c. July 28, 1934 ; D 30305 ; 
David Freedman, New York. 4193 

Newspaper mysteries ; no. 2, The Cres- 
cent Bay mystery, episodes 1-5, by 
Ruth Byers [i.e. R. B. Heed] © 
1 c. June 28, 1934 ; D 30139 ; Ruth 
Byers Heed, Chicago. 4194 

Next (The) number — Louella ! a play, 
by M. Nathan. © 1 c. July 20', 1934 ; 
D 30183; Mary Nathan, Jackson 
Heights, L.I., N.Y. 4195 

Nicholas Nickleby. See Nicholas 
Nickleby decides to become an actor. 

Nicholas Nickleby decides to become an 
actor ; a play from Charles Dickens' 
novel Nicholas Nickleby, dramatized 
by D. M. Vance. © 1 c. July 9, 



1934; D 30254; Daisy Melville 
Vance, Berkeley, Calif. 4196 

Ninety-nine years ; my kidnapping, by 
John Factor. © 1 c. June 7, 1934; 
D 29999; Rella Factor, Chicago. 

4197" 

Nitroglycerin parson. See Calling all 
cars. 

No bids — no offers ; a comedy drama, 
in 3 acts, by F. Mayer. © 1 c. June 
14. 1934; D 29698; Frances Mayer, 
Great Neck, L.I, N.Y. 4198 

No man's a hero ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Kathryn Kenney [pseud, of K. K. 
Gilmore] and D. Gihnore. © 1 c. 
July 18, 1934; D 30129; Douglas 
Gilmore and Katherine Kenny Gil- 
more, New York. 4199 

No new thing ; a play in 4 acts, by L. 
Gill. © 1 c. July 30, 1934 ; D 30342 ; 
Lilian Gill, New York. 4200^ 

Nobody much ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. Echard. Rev. version. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1934; D 30296; Margaret 
Echard, Hollywood, Calif. 4201 

Not today, not tomorrow ; a play in 3) 
acts, by E. G. Wood. © 1 c. July 
19, 1934; D 30175; Emmet George 
Wood, New York. 4202 

Nuts to you ; an original revue, book 
by Max Liss, Jessie Broock, E. Lede- 
rer, Gene Goldstein, lyrics by Martin 
and Max Liss, Irving Roberts and E. 
Lederer. Music by Fred Wander- 
man. Max Liss and E. Lederer. © 
1 c. June 18, 1934 ; D 28698 ; Edwin 
Lederer, New York. 4203 

Oiling the earth ; a Century of prog- 
ress play in 4 episodes, by Ethel 
Wilson. 1934. 14 p. 12mo. © 
June 20, 1934 ; 2 c. June 21 ; D 
30073; Ethel Wilson, Wilmington, 
Del. 4204 

Old (The) woman who lived in a 
shoe. See Once upon a time. 

Oliver Twist. See Vengeance. 

On Christmas night ; a play in 1 act, 
by Merrill Denison. New York, 
N.Y. [1934] 4 p.L, 5-26 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 12, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; D 
30108; Samuel French, New York. 
4205 

On life's highway ; a play by I. E. 
Thomas. © 1 c. July 25, 1934; D 
30257; Ida Elizabeth Thomas, Oak- 
land, Calif. 4206 



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4207 



pt. I, v. 7 



On time; by R. M. Ellery. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934; D 29954; Robert M. 
Ellery, Toledo, O. 4207 

On to Chattanooga ; by S. Goldstein. 
© 1 e. July 14, 1934; D 3O081 ; Sam- 
uel Goldstein, New York. 4208 

Once upon a time; a fantasy of Fairy- 
land, for the radio by David Taylor. 
Episode no. 8. Puss in boots. © 
1 e. July 10, 1934 ; D 3030S ; Ameri- 
can radio features syndicate, Los 
Angeles. 4209 

episode no. 9. The queen 

and the magic mirror. © 1 c. July 
10, 1934; D 30309; American radio 
features syndicate, Los Angeles. 

4210 

■ — — ■ -episode no. 10. Red Riding 

Hood. © 1 c. July 10. 1934; 1) 
30310 ; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4211 

episode no. 11. T he o 1 d 

woman who lived in a shoe. © 1 c. 
July 10, 1934 ; D 30311 ; American 
radio features syndicate, Los An- 
geles. 4212 

episode no. 12. Beauty and 

the beast. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; D 
30312; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4213 

episode no. 13. The sleeping 

beauty. © 1 e. July 10, 1934; D 
30313 ; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4214 

episode no. 14. Rumpelstilt- 

skin. © 1 e. July 10, 1934 ; D 30314 ; 
American radio features syndicate, 
Los Angeles. 4215 

episode no. 15. The king 

who became a stork. © 1 c. July 10, 
1934 ; D 30315 ; American radio fea- 
tures syndicate, Los Angeles. 4216 

episode no. 16. The three 

golden hairs. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; 
D 30316; American radio features 
syndicate, Los Angeles. 4217 

episode no. 17. Jack the 

giant killer. © 1 c. July 10, 1984; 
D 30317 ; American radio features 
syndicate, Los Angeles. 4218 

episode no. 18. The babes in 

the wood. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; D 
30318 ; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4219 

episode no. 19. Tom Thumb. 

© 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 30319; Amer- 
ican radio features syndicate, Los 
Angeles. 4220 



episode no. 20. The little 

red hen. © 1 c. July 10. 1934: D 
30320; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4221 

episode no. 21. The vellow 

dwarf. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; O 
30321; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles, 4222 

episode no. 22. Snow White 

and Hose Red. © 1 c. July 10. 1934 ; 
D 30322; American radio features 
syndicate, Los Angeles. 4223 

episode no. 23. The tailor 

and his three sons. © 1 c. July 10, 
1934; D 30323; American radio fea- 
tures syndicate, Los Angeles. 4224 

episode no. 24. Belling the 

cat. © 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 30324 : 
American radio features syndicate, 
Los Angeles. 4225 

episode no. 25. The snow 

queen. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; D 
30325; American radio features syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles. 4226 

One night stand; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Best program. June 1. 8, 15. 22, 
29, 1934) © 1 c. each July 5. 1934 ; 
D 29961-29905: McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4227-4231 

Opus number one; a farce in 3 ads, 
by R. H. Asen. © 1 c. July 12, 
1934; D 30045; Robert H. Asen. 
Long Island City, N.Y. 4232 

Our capricious mistress. Sec Mum- 
mers. 

Out of the dead past ; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by L. De Casanova. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1934; D 29948; Louis De 
Casanova, Brooklyn. 4233 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity 
nos. 210-230, by Frank Dahm. © 
1 C each July 9, 1934; D 299S8 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

4234 

Pa and Ma attend a Century of prog- 
ress; a rural comedy in 1 act. by 
Mrs. Philip Johnson [i. e. M. O. 
Johnson 1 [1934] 20 p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; D 30246 ; 
Mabel Olson Johnson, Brooklyn, 
Wis. 4235 

Paris sets the styles. See Two by two. 

Passing on the stairs; a comedy in 3 
acts, by M. J. Closser and Holmer 
Little [i. e. E. H. Little] © 1 c. 



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no. 7, 1934 



4256 



July 14, 1934; D 30080; My la Jo 
Closser and Emma Holnier Little, 
Jackson Heights, N.Y. 4236 

Patty Jane's trip through Music land ; 

a musical fantasy, by E. E. Crum. 

Text. © 1 c. July 13, 1934; D 

30070; Edna Earle Crum, Chicago. 

4237 

Peg and Patches. See Adventures of 
Peggy Brady. 

People's (The) choice; some notes on 
the origin of a statesman, in 13 
scenes, by K. Nicholson and A. De 
Sola. © 1 c. July 19, 1934 ; D 30174 ; 
Kenyon Nicholson, New York, and 
Alis De Sola, Brooklyn. 4238 

Persephone ; par Andre Gide. Paris 
[1934] 4 p. 1., 13-53 p. 16mo. © 
May 10, 1934 ; 1 c. July 10 ; D 30230 ; 
Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 4239 

Personal appearance ; a play in 2 acts, 
by E. North and James Gow. © 
1 c. July 23, 1934; D 30216; Ed- 
mund North, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

4240 

Petrified (The) forest; a play in 2 
acts, by R. E. Sherwood. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1934; D 30028; Robert 
Emmet Sherwood, New York. 4241 

Phantom frontiers ; episode 5, Con- 
quest of malarial fever, by H. W. 
Bull. © 1 c. July 30, 1934 ; D 30334 ; 
Howard Walworth Bull, Lynwood, 
Calif. 4242 

Pleasures of pain ; a modern drama 
in 3 acts, by J. Kasakov. © 1 c. 
July 7, 1934 ; D 29973 ; Joseph Kas- 
akov, Los Angeles. 4243 



Politics. 



Talkie picture time. 



Polly Potter's puppets ; script 1, by 
M. F. Woolsey. © 1 c. June 11, 
1934; D 30032; Mabel Frances 
Woolsey, Pawtucket, R.I. 4244 

Portrait of a gentleman ; a play in 3 
acts, by E. G. Sterne and P. M. Dun- 
can. © 1 c. June 8, 1934 ; D 30000 ; 
Perry M. Duncan, Bronxville, N.Y., 
and Emma Gelders Sterne, Pelham, 
N.Y. 4245 

Prelude ; a modern drama in 3 acts, by 
L. Matthews. © 1 c. July 14, 1934 ; 
D 30091; Laura Matthews, New 
York. 4246 

Press (The) box; a play in 3 acts, by 

L. L. Arms. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; 

D 30099 ; Louis Lee Arms, Pasadena. 

4247 



Price (The) level; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. A. Makaroff. © 1 c. July 23, 
1934; D 30213; George Alexander 
Makaroff, New York. 4248 

Princess (The) Sonia of Russia; a 
play in 3 acts, by E. Gerberding. © 
1 c. July 16, 1934 ; D 30O94 ; Eliza- 
beth Gerberding, San Francisco. 

4249 

Private (The) road; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Carlton [pseud, of J. W. 
Sabben Clare] © 1 c. June 23, 1934 ; 
D 30300; James William Sabben 
Clare and Zina Sabben Clare, Lon- 
don. 4250 

Private (The) room at the vanities; a 
play in 2 acts founded upon a play, 
by Walter Hackett and E. Carroll. 
© 1 c. July 16, 1934 ; D 30090 ; Earl 
Carroll, New York. 4251 

Prodigal (A) daughter; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Hans Rastede 
and H. Adler ; based on Hans Ras- 
tede's play: Unanswered parable. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1934; D 30350; 
Hyman Adler, Brooklyn. 4252 

Prologue; a comic skit, by Len D. 
Hollister. Chicago [1934] 8 p. 
16mo. © June 29. 1934 ; 2 c. July 2 ; 
D 29906; T. S. Denison & co., Chi- 
cago. • 4253 

Prophet for Caressa ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Mark Conoplin [pseud, of M. P. 
Conoplin] A revision of the play 
entitled Lorion and Caressa. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1934; D 30049; Michael 
Paul Conoplin, Los Angeles. 4254 

Prostitucion ; drama en verso, en 3 
actos [por] Luis Fernandez Ardavin. 
Madrid, Hernando, 1933. 168 p. 
12mo. {In Teatro, t. xiii) © Sept. 
7, 1933 ; 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 30012 ; 
Luis Fernandez Ardavin, Madrid. 

4255 

Pump (The) ; a dramatic exercise, by 
Mary Kelly. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. [1934] 6 p. 12mo. (Village 
drama society plays, dramatic exer- 
cise no. 2) © June 9, 1934; 1 c. 
July 2; D 30071; Mary Kelly, Lon- 
don. 4256 

Pure (The) in heart. See With a 
reckless preface: two plays. 

Puss in boots. See Once upon a time. 

Queen (The) and the magic mirror. 
See Once upon a time. 



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CATALOG OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



4257 



pt. I, v. 7 



Queen Eugenie ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. E. Duckers. © 1 c. July 19, 
1934 ; D 30173 ; Leslie Ellison Duck- 
ers, Brooklyn. 4257 

Quince (Los) millones ; coinedia en 
3 actos, original de Pedro Muhoz 
Seca. 1. ed. Madrid, Espasa-Calpe, 
s. a.. 1933. 117 p. 12mo. © Oct. 8, 
1933; 1 c. July 10, 1934: D 30015: 
Pedro Munoz Seca, Madrid. 4258 

Radio world cruise. Monte Carlo ; by 
Henry Gentry [i.e. H. B. Gentry jr.] 
© 1 c. July 2, 1934 ; D 29926 ; Henry 
Brinton Gentry, jr., Evanston, 111. 

4259 

Ragged (The) edge; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Heathfield. Revised edition 
of play A man's foes. © 1 c. July 
24, 1934 ; D 30245 ; Mary Heatbfield, 
New York. 4260 

Red clown. See Soviet princess. 

Red moons ; a 1-act play, by K. P. 
Thore. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1934; D 
30001; Katharine Parker Thore, 
Everett, Mass. 4261 

Red Riding Hood. See Once upon a 
time. 

Reintegro (El) ; apunte de sainete, 
original de Antonio Quintero Ra- 
mirez y Manuel Desco Sanz. 1. ed. 
Madrid, Sociedad general de autores 
de Espaiia, 1934. 14 p. 12mo. © 
Feb. 2, 1934 ; 1 c. July 10 ; D 30024 ; 
Antonio Quintero Ramirez and Man- 
uel Desco Sanz, Madrid. 4262 

Relatively speaking; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Tom Taggart. New York 
[19341 115 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
July 25, 1934 ; 2 c. July 26 ; D 3027G ; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

4263 

Relief in heaven. (Charity for all) ; 
a play in 3 acts, by Jo Lebo [i.e. J. 
R, Lebo] © 1 c. July 13, 1934 ; D 

30060; Joseph Roosevelt Lebo, New 
York. 4264 

Return (The) of Joe Penner as Pro- 
fessor J. Fountain Penner ; a play. 
by A. L. Ferguson. © 1 c. July 24. 
1934; D 3023S; A Lee Ferguson, 
Blcomfield, N.J. 4265 

Right (The) to be left; a comedy in :; 
acts, by Frances Ross and V. Gor- 
don. © 1 c. July 27. 1934 ; D 30295 : 
Virginia Gordon, South Norwalk, 
Conn. 4266 



Right up my alley ; a comedy in :; acts. 
by A. Sinclair. © 1 c. July 10, 
1934; D 3000S : Arthur Sinclair, Buf- 
falo. 4267 

Ring out the old. St e Lady, retire. 

Rise and set: a story of Sir Walter 
Raleigh, in 3 acts, by F. R. Greet. 
© 1 c. July 3. 1934; D 29916; Fran- 
ces Robinson Greet, Port Washing- 
ton, NY. 4268 

Road (The) song; a play in 2 acts, by 
Robert Johnas [pseud, of (\ F. Yohe] 
© 1 c. June 7, 1934; I) 30113; C. F. 
Yohe (Robert Johnas) Bridgeport, 

Conn. 420!) 

Robert E. Lee; radio drama, by S. T. 
Boyce. 1934. p. 61-76. 12mo. © 
June 19, 1934 : 2 c. June 26 ; D 30074 : 
National broadcasting CO., inc.. New- 
York. 4270 

Rock (The) ; a pageant play written 
for performance at Sadler's Wells 
theatre, 2S May-9 June, 1934, on be- 
half of the forty-five churches fund, 
of the Diocese of London. Book of 
words by T. S. Eliot. London. Faber 
& Faber, ltd. [1034] yd p. 12mo. 
Text. © May 31. 19.34: 1 c. June 
27; D 30327; Harcourt, Brace and 
co., inc.. New York. -1271 

Roger Williams ; a play in 3 ads. by 
L. Maughan. © 1 c. July 30, 1934; 
D 30341; Lavinia Maughan, Logan, 
Utah. 4272 

Room and booth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Shields and R. Sprague. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1934: D 30291; Sydney 
Shields and Ralph Sprague, Now 
York. 427:: 

Rosemary — that's fur remembrance. 
See Two by two. 

Roy (Le) de Malousie. See Theatre. 

Rumpelstiltskin. See Once upon a 
time. 

Ruy Bias (A literal translation of) : 
by Victor Hugo. [Translated by 
William Shapiro] with a brief in- 
troduction by Carl Gans. Cam- 
bridge, Mass.. 1934. 2 p. 1.. 2-71 
numb. 1. 4to. (Student translation 
series) © Mar. 1.1. 1934; 2 c. Mar. 
24: aff. Mar. 26: AA 143041: College 
tutoring bureau. Cambridge, Mass. 

4274 

Sailor (A) needs the sea. See Mum- 
mers. 



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no. 7, 1934 



4294 



Sales manager ; a play in prologue, 3 
acts and epilogue, by J. Hauser. © 
1 e. July 3, 1934; D 29939; Joseph 
Hauser, New York. 4275 

Santini's mansion ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Martha Madison [i.e. M. O. Ger- 
bino] © 1 c. June 23, 1934; D 
30301; Martha O'Dwyer Gerbino, 
New York. 4276 

Sap (The) runs high; a human com- 
edy in 3 acts, by H. T. Porter and 
A. H. White. © 1 c. July 14, 1934 ; 
D 302S2 ; Henry T. Porter, Brooklyn 
and Alfred H. White, New York. 

4277 

Sauce for the gander; a comedy in 3 
acts, by F. B. Foote. © 1 c. July 30, 
1934; D 30332; F. Bradbury Foote, 
N. Hollywood, Calif. 4278 

Sauce for the goose. See Death Valley 
days. 

Seraphita ; a dramatic adaptation in 
10 scenes, by Miriam Stockton, from 
the novel by Honor e Balzac (i.e. 
Honore de Balzac] © 1 c. July 5, 
1934 ; D 29951 ; Miriam K. Stockton, 
New York. 4279 

Seven old ladies of Lavender town; 
an operetta for boys and girls or for 
a cast of all girls [in] 2 acts, uni- 
son, book and lyrics by Henry C. 
Bunner, music by Catherine Kramer. 
Cincinnati, O. [1934] 35 p. diagr. 
4to. © June 5, 1934 ; 2 c. June 13 ; 
D 2.8696; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 4280 

Sevilla la martir; comedia en 3 actos, 
original y en prosa [por] Luis Fer- 
nandez de Sevilla. 1. ed. Madrid 
[Imprenta Europa] 1934. 79 p. 
12mo. © May 10, 1934; 1 c. July 
10 ; D 30017 ; Luis Fernandez de Se- 
villa, Madrid. 4281 

Shake hands with a millionaire; by 

H. Richman. © 1 c. July 14, 1934 ; 

D 30085 ; Harry Richman, New York. 

4282 

She goes the rounds. See Two by two. 

Shvanda, the piper; opera in 2 acts, 
composed by Jaromir Weinberger, 
tr. from the Czech of Milos Kares 
by L. Bartusek. Text. © 1 c. July 
16, 1934 ; D 30095 ; Libushka Bartu- 
sek, Oak Park, 111. 4283 

Silver Colorado ; by H. Sartin. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1934 ; D 30041 ; Hansel Sar- 
tin, Turlock, Calif. 4284 



Sin (The) of the mother; a play in 3 
acts, by Dr. A. B. Sloane. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1934; D 30329; Anna Bo- 
genholm Sloane, New York. 4285 

Sleeping (The) beauty. See Once 
upon a time. 

Snow (The) queen. See Once upon 
a time. 

Snow White and Rose Red. See Once 
upon a time. 

Society and politics; a dramatic 
sketch, by C. M. McNair. © 1 c. 
July 16, 1934; D 30092; Claude 
Melhorn McNair, New York. 42S6 

Sorcery (The) of a Bacchus; drama 
in 2 acts with a prologue and epi- 
logue, by H. B. Miller. © 1 c. July 
9, 1934; D 30299; Howard Edward 
Miller, New York. 4287 

Soviet princess ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Guttmann and Nina Wilcox Put- 
nam, suggested by Eugene Tschiri- 
kow's novel Red clown. © 1 c. July 
16, 1934; D 30096; Henry Gutt- 
mann, Los Angeles. 4288 

Spirit (The) of the thing; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Reby Edmond. New 
York [1934] 35 p. 12mo. © July 
2, 1934 ; 2 c. July 3 ; D 29941 ; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 4289 

Spring symphony; a play in 3 acts, 
by Nella Nagra [pseud, of E. de 
Facci] © 1 c. June 23, 1934; D 
30249 ; Erla de Facci, London. 4290 

Steel birds ; a play in 2 acts, by W. F. 
Gallagher. © 1 c. July 6, 1934; D 
29969; William Francis Gallagher, 
Long Island, N.Y. 4291 

Stigma ; a play in 3 acts, with a pro- 
logue and 2 interlogues, by E. C. 
Nowland. © 1 c. July 2, 1934; D 
29908; Eugene Carroll Nowland, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4292 

Stock exchange. See In a mirror. 

Sturm iiber Schlesien ; ein schauspiel 
von Ludwig Schiitte. [Breslau, 
1934] 78 p. 12mo. © Apr. 3, 1934 ; 
1 c. July 6; D 30037; Franz Goer- 
lich verlagsbuchhandlung, Breslau, 
Germany. 4293 

Sud ; piece en 4 actes et 3 tableaux, 
de Albert Paluel-Marmont. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1934 ; D 30036 ; Albert Pal- 
uel-Marmont, Paris. 4294 

Sugar (The) moon; an Indian play of 
the woodlands with traditional 
dance, by S. Myers. 1934. cover- 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Sugar (The) moon — Continued. 

title, 3 p.l., 2-8 numb. 1. 4to. © 
June 26, 1934 ; 2 c. July 2 ; D 3010(3 ; 
Susanna Myers, Santa Fe, N.M. 

4295 

Suit the Professor; a 1-aet farce, by 
Paul S. McCoy. Chicago [1934] 
13 p. 16mo. © June 29, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Julv 2; D 29905; T. S. Denison & 
co., Chicago. 4296 

Summer girl; a play in 7 scenes, by 
Philo Higley. © 1 c. July 25, 1934 ; 
D 30241; Philo Hall Higley, New 
York. 4297 

Sunshine and doughnuts ; an operetta, 
text and music by N. Segal and B. 
E. Petersen. Libretto, © 1 c. July 
5, 1934; Music, © 1 c. May 14; D 
2S694: Naomi Segal and Bessie E. 
Petersen, Oakland, Calif. 429S 

Susto (El) ; comediaen 3 actos [por] 
Sera fin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. 
Led. Madrid LTip. de Archives] 
1933. 96 p. 12 mo. © May 5, 1933 ; 
1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 30026 ; Seraf in 
and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. Mad- 
rid. 4299 

Sutro's coyote hole. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Sweety. See Nacht (Die) vor zehn 
jahren. 

Tailor (The) and his three sons. See 
Once upon a time. 

Talkie picture time ; Apr. S. 19?,4. 
Death walks Fifth avenue, by Betty 
Ryder. © 1 c. July 26. 1934: D 
30286; Chas. P. Hughes prod., inc., 
Chicago. 4300 

Apr. 15, 1934. Floating island. 

by Darrell Ware. © 1 c. July 26, 
1934; D 30287; Charles P. Hughes 
prod., inc., Chicago. 4301 

Apr. 22. 1934. Politics, by Betty 

Ryder. © 1 c. July 26, 1934; D 
30288; Charles P. Hughes produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 4302 

Apr. 29, 1934. Kicking high, by 

Darrell Ware. © 1 c. July 26. 1934 ; 
D 30289; Chas. P. Hughes prod., 
inc., Chicago. 4303 

May 20, 1934. The narrow path, 

by Darrell Ware. © 1 c. Julv 26. 
1934; D 30290; Charles P. Hughes, 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4304 

Tarzan and the diamond of Asher ; 
episodes nos. 19-39, Tarzan radio 
serial no. 2, by Edgar Rice Bur- 



roughs. © 1 c. each July 19, 1934; 
D 30150-30170; Edgar Rice Bur- 
roughs, inc., Tarzana, Calif. 

4305-4325 

Tempest calm ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. Rastede. © 1 c. July 10, 1934; 
D 30004; Hans Rastede, Trenton, 
N.J. 4326 

Tempo Walden II ! lustspiel in 3 
akten. von Georg Schneider. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1934; D 30128; Dreiklang- 
verlag a.-g., Berlin. 4327 

Texas. See Touring America by plane. 

That gets it; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, book and score by A. Sewall. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1934 : D 28701 : Alex- 
ander Sewall. New York. 1328 

Theatre ; Jeanne de Pantin ; Le roy de 
Malousie, [par] Jean Jacques Ber- 
nard. Paris. [1934] 2 p. 1.. [viil- 
xiv, 23S p., 1 1. 12mo. © Apr. 16, 
1934; 1 c. June 21: A 24965; Albin 
Michel, Paris. 4328* 

Theatre romance; episode 1, by Allyn 
George [pseud, of M. McMahon] © 
1 c. May 28, 1934: D 30030; Mar- 
garet McMahon, New York. 4:129 

There are women ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by G. Teal. © 1 c. Julv 
23. 1934 ; D 30227 ; George Teal. New 
York. 4330 

There's no fool. »S'ec Marriage habit. 

They lived happily; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Richard Spencer. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1934 ; D 29913 ; Richard Kar- 
rick Spencer, Hollywood, Calif. 

4331 

Think not of tomorrow: a play in 3 
acts, by J. Monks and Vincent Me- 
Connor. © 1 c. July 17, 19:54: D 
30119; James Monks. Pleasantville, 

N.Y. 4::.",2 

Three (The) golden hairs. See Once 
upon a time. 

Thrills of the Secret service : by Fran- 
cis Striker, no. A-.".. A-6. © 1 c. 
each July 7. 1934; D 29981, 29982; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 

Detroit. 4333. 4334 

A-7. A-S. © 1 c. each July 

23. 1934: I) 30219, 30220; Kunsky- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4335, 4336 

Thunder in the hills': a play in 1 act, 
by E. Aronfreed. © 1 c. July 11. 
1934; D 30033; Eva Aronfreed, 
Philadelphia. 4337 



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HO. 7, 1934 



4357 



Tom Thumb. See Once upon a time. 

Too many fathers ; a play in 1 act, by 
Edward Gilmore. © 1 c. July 11, 
1934 ; D 30202 ; Edward Carlisle Gil- 
more, Holly Hill, S.C. 4338 

Touring America by plane ; Jan. 17, 
1934. Texas, by B. Young. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1934; D 30002; Blanche 
Cowley Young, Wilmington, 111. 

4339 

Tourist camp. See First nighter. 

Transplanted ; a drama in 4 acts, by 

N. Rodinov. © 1 c. June 23, 1934; 

D 30089 ; Nicola Rodinov, New York. 

4340 

Trastos viejos ; juguete comico en 3 
actos, original de Pedro Munoz Seca 
y Pedro Perez Fernandez. 1. ed. 
Madrid, Espasa-Calpa, s.a., 1933. 
2 p. 1., [7] -91 p., 1 1. 12mo. © July 
2, 1933 ; 1 c. July 10, 1934 ; D 30021 ; 
Pedro Munoz Seca and Pedro Perez 
Fernandez, Madrid. 4341 

Trial (The) of the century ; or, Who is 
Nellie Ely? a mock trial, by K, E. 
Kostenbader. © 1 c. July 31, 1934 ; 
D 30343; Kenneth E. Kostenbader, 
Groton, N.Y. 4342 

Triptych (A) ; a revue sketch, by C. H. 
Barclay. © 1 c. July 13, 1934; D 
30063 ; Carleton Henry Barclay, New 
York. 4343 

Triste experiencia ; comedia dramatica 
en 1 acto, original y en prosa, por L. 
Jimenez. © 1 c. June 30, 1934; D 
29923 ; Lia Jimenez, Los Angeles. 

4344 

Troubadour ; a drama, by M. W. 
Boehm. © 1 c. July 13, 1934; D 
30069 ; Moritz W. Boehm, Chicago. 

4345 

Truant husbands. See Two by two. 

Truth (The) tester. See First nighter; 

Truth triumphant; a pageant in 2 
episodes, relating to education, re- 
ligion, industry and politics, adapted 
from The wayfarer pageant, by G. 
P. Keller. © 1 c. June 16, 1934 ; D 
29914; Gertude Ponickau Keller, 
West Grantwood, N.J. 4346 

Tuesdays out; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jean Newton [pseud, of H. N. Stich] 
© 1 c. June 15, 1934 ; D 29933 ; Her- 
mine Neustadtl Stich, New York. 

4347 



Twins' guaranteed ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Raymond Manion and Jack 
Leonard. © 1 c. July 7, 1934; D 
30057; Ida Jennings Manion and 
Jack K. Leonard, Ocean Park, Calif. 
4348 

Two by two ; a collection of plays and 
sketches, by various authors, New 
York [1934] 144 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Girls will be girls [by Edna 
Zola Wayne] — Make-up [by George 
Savage] — Enterprising Oswald [by 
Reby Edmond] — Truant husbands 
[by Wilmer Baffle] — The dormant 
heritage [by Reby Edmond] — Paris 
sets the styles [by William Ellis 
Jones] — Grandma fought the In- 
dians [by Marion Holbrook] — Rose- 
mary — that's for remembrance [by 
Marjorie Seligman] — She goes the 
rounds [by Tom Taggart] © July 
17, 1934; 2 c. July 19; D 30176; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

4349 

Two for tonight ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Lief and J. O. Lief. © 1 c. June 
15, 1934; D 29996; Max Lief and 
J. O. Lief, New York. 4350 

Two on a tower ; a play in 3 acts with 
music, by D. Taylor. Act. 3, Text. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1934; D 30112; 
Dwight Taylor, Hollywood, Calif. 

4351 

Two shall appear ; a religious-histori- 
cal drama in 5 acts, by Olivia Kelsey. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1934; D 30292; F. 
A. Kelsey, New York. 4352 

Ueberraschung (Die) ; sketsch in 1 
akt, von E. Kunze-Marischka. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1934 ; D 30263 ; W. Karc- 
zag verlag, Vienna. 4353 

Unanswered parable ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Rastede. © 1 c. July 10, 
1934 ; D 30005 ; Hans Rastede, Tren- 
ton, N.J. 4354 

Unanswered parable. See also, Prod- 
igal daughter. 

Uncle Nat and Aunt Hattie; nos. 
1-20, a series of dramatic sketches 
for radio, by J. H. Fassett. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1934; D 30117; James H. 
Fassett, Boston. 4355 

Underworld ; a play in 4 acts, by R. 
W. Bloeser. © 1 c. July 30, 1934; 
D 30330 ; Raymond W. Bloeser, Erie, 
Pa. 4356 

Unfaithfully yours ; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by Hally Pomeroy. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1934 ; D 30171 ; Hally Pom- 
eroy Soltan, New York. 4357 



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4358 



pt. I, v. 7 



Vengeance ; a play in 1 act, from Dick- 
ens' Oliver Twist, dramatized by D. 
M. Vance. © 1 c. July 9, 1934; D 
30253; Daisy Melville Vance, Berk- 
eley, Calif. 4358 

Viceroy Sarah ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Gerstein. © 1 c. July 3, 1934; 
D 29940; Evelyn Gerstein, New- 
York. 4359 

Victim (A) of vanity; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by J. A. Reed. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1934; D 30145; J. Alyn 
Reed, Sheepshead Bay, N.Y. 4360 

Virtue availeth ever ; a farce in 1 act, 
by Elma Lister. © 1 c. July 14, 
1934 ; D 30104 ; Elma Myrtle Lister, 
Hackensack, N.J. 4361 

Visit (A) to the Museum of fine arts; 
by R. L. Hamilton. © 1 c. June 16, 
1934: D 29995; Rose L. Hamilton, 
Pendleton, Or. 4362 

Volcano ; drama of the South Seas in 
prologue and 4 acts, by AV. C. Raue, 
adapted from Men of the outer is- 
lands, by Rex Beach. © 1 c. July 
7. 1934 ; D 29975 ; William Carl Raue, 
Ridley Park, Pa. 4363 

Voz (La) de su amo; juguete comico 
en 3 actos, original de Pedro Mufioz 
Seca y Pedro Perez Fernandez. 1. 
ed. Madrid, Espasa-Calpe. s. a., 
1933. 96 p. 12mo. © Oct. 6, 1933 ; 
1 c. July 10, 1934; D 30020; Pedro 
Munoz Seca and Pedro Perez Fer- 
nandez, Madrid. 4364 

Walking the dog: a play in 3 acts, by 

J. Hartryce. © 1 c. June 14, 1934 ; 

D 29929 ; Jean Hartryce, New York. 

4365 

Waxen man ; an episode ; by M. Rey- 
nolds. © 1 c. July 20, 1934; D 
301S6; Mary Reynolds, Vancouver, 
B.C. 4366 

Wayfarer (The) pageant. See Truth 
triumphant. 

We want Burke; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Marquis and F. S. Greene. © 
1 c. June 23, 1934; D 30054; Don 
Marquis, New York, and Frederick 
Stuart Greene, Albany. 4367 

What it takes in Hollywood ; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by David Kirkland 
[pseud, of D. H. Swim] © 1 c. 
July 21, 1934; D 30194; David 
Henry Swim, New York. 436S 



What price roses? a play in 3 acts, by 
F. Mola. © 1 c. July 12. 19:; 1; D 
30043; Frank Mola. New York. 

4369 

What the gulls knew; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by S. E. Allen. © 1 c. 
June 8. 1934: 1) 29987* Sally Elliott 
Allen, Eugene, Or. 4370 

Wheel (The) turns: a play in 3 acts, 
by P. J. Wolfson. © 1 c. July 14. 
i'.):;4; D 30298; P. J. Wolfson, rxw 

Angeles. 4371 

When the ladies tell; a comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by J. 1). .Myers. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1934; D 29968; Jeane Davi- 
son Myers, New York. 4372 

Where are they now; Minit rub con- 
tinuity nos. 9, 10, by Lemuel F. Par- 
ton. © 1 c. each July 20. 1934; D 
30180, 30181; McKnight and Jordan, 
inc., New York. 4373,4374 

Where's Elmer? a farce comedy in 2 
acts, by W. Stone. © 1 c. July 23, 
1934; D 30212; Walter Stone, 
Burlington, la. 4375 

White goods. See Death Valley days. 

White — or black? a moving picture 
crusade play, by Sigrid Van Swear- 
ingen. (A Seton play) © 1 c. July 
9, 1934; D 29990; St. Joseph's col- 
lege, Emmitsburg, Md. 4376 

Who is Nellie Bly? See Trial (The) 
of the century. 

Window panes; episodes 1, 2. by D. 

Day. © 1 e. each July 23, 1934; D 

30277, 3027S; Dorothy Day, Chicago, 

4377, 437S 

Wings of jade: a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Margery Weed. © 

1 c. July 17, 1934; D 30126; K. Mar- 
guerite Lauterjung, Maplewood. N.J. 

4379 

With a reckless preface: two plays: 
by John Howard Lawson. With a 
foreword by Harold Clurman. New 
York, Farrar & Rinehart [1934] 
xxv p., 1 1.. [21 p., 1 1., 3-221 p. 
8vo. Contents. — The pure in heart. — 
Gentlewoman. © June 29. 1934; 

2 c. July 3 ; aff. June 30 ; A 73281 ; 
John Howard Lawson, Moriches, 
L.I., N.Y. 437!>* 

With nothing up her sleeve: a comedy 
in 3 acts, by R. Van Sickle. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1934: D 30149; Raymon 
Van Sickle, Hollywood, Calif. 4380 



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110. 7, 1934 



4387 



"With variations; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by V. Rives. © 1 c. July 30, 1934 ; 

D 30335; Vaun Rives, Los Angeles. 

4381 

Without witness ; a play [in 3 acts] 
by Anthony Armstrong [pseud, of 
A. A. Willis] and Harold Simpson. 
London, Victor Gollancz, ltd., 1934. 
104 p. 12mo. © Apr. 27, 1934 ; 1 c. 
June 11; D 30247; Anthony Arm- 
strong Willis and Harold Simpson, 
London. 4382 

Woman's exchange; or, The gray 
mare, a comedy in a prologue and 2 
acts, by D. 0. Goodman. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1934 ; D 30262 ; Daniel Car- 
son Goodman, New York. 4383 

Yellow (The) dwarf. See Once upon 
a time. 



You forgot your gloves ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by Thorne Smith *and B. Robin- 
son, adapted from Thorne Smith's 
nudist novel: The bishop's jaegers. 
© 1 c. July 7, 1934 ; D 30284 ; Celia 
Smith and Bertrand Robinson, New 
York. 4384 

You funny people ; a rural comedy in 
3* acts, by F. MacDonald. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1934; D 30205; Franklin 
MacDonald, Bryantville, Mass. 

4385 

Zauberer (Der) : lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Erwin Kreker. © 1 c. July 17, 
1934; D 30127; Dreiklang-verlag 
a.-g., Berlin. 4386 

Zero (The) hour; episode no. 1, Mur- 
der for five thousand, by Dick Cree- 
don. © 1 c. July 2, 1934 ; D 29921 ; 
Don Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 4387 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,760 unpublished) 3,177 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 146 unpub- 
lished) 319 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 54 unpublished) 84 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 2 

unpublished) 24 

Total 3,604 



209 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [4387 



Brewster's millions ; a dramatization 
of the book of the same name, by 
Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley. 
© Charles A. Lillie and Phoenix 
state bank and trust co., Hartford, 
Conn., as the executors of one of 
the authors. R 31763, June 19, 
1934. 1 

Franchise (La) ; piece en 3 actes, par 
•[Eugene] Brieux. © Jeanne Marie 
Brieux, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 32385, July 6, 1934. 2 

Her own way ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. Fitch, 
Stamford, Conn., as the next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. 
R. 32241, June 22, 1934. 3 

Maison (La) d'argile; piece en 3 actes, 
par E. Fabre. © Emile Fabre, 
Paris, as the author. R 32387, July 
6, 1934. 4 

Miquette et sa mere ; piece en 3 actes, 
par Robert de Flers et G. A. de 
Caillavet, © Genevieve de Flers et 



Marie Claire Emilie Jeanne Annan 
de Caillavet, Paris, as the widows 
of the authors. R 29891, July 6, 
1934. 5 

Popularity ; a play in 3 acts, by G. M. 
Cohan. © George M. Cohan, New 
York, as the author. R 32412, July 
11, 1934. ' 6 

Thermidor; piece en 4 actes, par Yic- 
torien Sardou. © Genevieve de 
Flers, Jean Sardou et Pierre Sar- 
dou, Paris, as the children of the 
deceased author. R 29890, July 6, 
1934. 7 

Timon d'Athenes; piece en 5 actes, 
liar E. Fabre. © Emile Fabre, 
Paris, as the author. R 32386, July 
6, 1934. 8 

Truth (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. Fitch, 
Stamford, Conn., as the next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. 
R 32242, June 22, 19.".4. 9 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Art trouble ; no. 1674-75, story by Jack 
Henley and Dolpb Singer, directed 
by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © July 
24, 1984; 2 c. and description July 
25 ; L 4848 ; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 4388 

Badge of honor ; story by Robert Ein- 
mett, continuity and dialogue by 
George Morgan, directed by Spencer 
Gordon Bennet. 7 reels. © June 
2, 1934; 2 c. June 7; description 
July 6 ; L 4811 ; Mayf air pictures 
Corp., New York. 4389 

Beast (The) of Borneo; story by Al- 
fred Hustwick and Frank J. Mur- 
ray, screen play by Alfred Hustwick, 
directed by Harry Garson. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 20, 1934; 2 c. July 14; de- 
scription July 18 ; L 4830 ; DuWorld 
pictures, inc., New York. 4390 

Beggars in ermine ; from the novel by 
Esther Lynd Day, screen play and 
dialogue by Tristram Tupper, di- 
rected by Phil Rosen. 8 reels. © 
Apr. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
July 6 ; L 4812 ; Monogram pictures 
Corp., New York. 4391 

Betty Boop's life guard ; animated by 
Willard Bowsky and David Tendlar, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© July 11, 1934 ; 2 c. July 12, 1934 ; 
description July 13 ; M 4856 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4392 

Beyond the law; story and screen 
play by Harold Shumate, directed 
by D. Ross Lederman. 6 reels. © 
July 18, 1934 ; 2 c. July 20 ; descrip- 
tion July 21 ; L 4842 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 4393 

Buddy's bearcats ; animation by Ben 
Clopton. (Looney tune) Reel. © 
July 7, 1934; 2 c and description 
July 9 ; M 4844 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4394 

By persons unknown ; from the story 
Death back stage, by H. A. Ripley, 
screen play by Harold Shumate, di- 
rected by D. Ross Lederman. (Min- 



ute mysteries) Reel. © July 8, 
1934 ; 2 c. July 9 ; description July 
11 ; L 4818 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 4395 

Carrie Jacobs-Bond ; as interviewed by 
Edwin C. Hill. Reel. © Nov. 2, 
1933; 2 c. and description July 25, 
1934; M 4876; Master art products, 
inc., New York. 4396 

Cave (The) man; animation by Grim 
Natwick & Berny Wolf. (Willie 
Whopper cartoon) Reel. © July 
6, 1934; 2 c. and description July 
18; M 4860; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 4397 

Charlie Chan's courage; based on the 
novel The Chinese parrot, by Earl 
Derr Bigger s, screen play by Seton I. 
Miller, directed by George Hadden. 

7 reels. © July 6, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 10; L 4813; Fox 
film corp., New York. 4398 

Chinese (The) parrot. See Charlie 
Chan's courage. 

Chris Columbus jr. (A Walter Lantz, 
Oswald cartoon) Reel. © July 25, 
1934; 1 c. July 21 ; 1 c. July 25; 
description July 26; M 4879; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

4399 

Cockeyed cavaliers ; by Edward Kauf- 
man and Ben Holmes, additional 
dialogue by Grant Garrett and Ralph 
Spence, directed by Mark Sandrich. 

8 reels. © June 29, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 13; L 4822; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 4400 

Dad minds the baby ; no. 1599, edited 
by Bert Frank. Reel. © July 5, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 5; 
L 4805 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4401 

Damascus ; text by Russell Spaulding, 
narrator Alois Havrilla. (No. 7 of 
Vagabond adventure series) Reel. 
© June 22, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 10; M 4851; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 4402 



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pt. I, V. 7 



Dark (The) tower. See Man (The) 
with two faces. 

Dartmouth clays ; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith, directed by Maurice 
Rapf. (M-G-M Oddity) Reel. © 
July 11. 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 30; M 4S99 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 4403 

Death back stage. See By persons un- 
known. 

Defense (The) rests; story and screen 
play by Jo Swerling, directed by 
Lambert Hillyer. 7 reels. © July 
18. 1934; 2 c. July 20; description 
July 21 ; L 4843 ; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New York. 4404 

Denmark ; by K. R. Edwards. Reel. 
© Feb. 2. 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
July 7 ; M 4845 : Eastman teaching 
films, inc., Rochester, N.Y. 4405 

Dr. Monica ; screen play and adapta- 
tion by Charles Kenyon, directed by 
William Keighley. 7 reels. © July 
5, 1934 ; 2 c. and description July 5 ; 
L 4802; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4406 

Dog -gone babies ; story by Herbert P. 
McCormack, adapted by William 
Watson and Art Jarrett, produced 
by Al Christie. 2 reels. © July 6. 
1934 ; 2 c. and description July 17 ; 
L 4828; Two-reel productions, inc., 
New York. 4407 

East Indies : no. 1650, edited by Bert 
Frank. (E. M. Newman's musical 
journeys) Reel. © July 23, 1934; 
2 c. and description July 24; M 
4869; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4408 

Elmer and Elsie ; from a play by 
George S. Kaufman and Marc Con- 
nelly, screen play by Humphrey 
Pearson, directed by Gilbert Pratt. 
7 reels. © July 26, 1934 ; 2 c. July 
26; description July 27; L 4854; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4409 

Embarrassing moments ; original story 
by Wm. Anthony McGuire, screen 
play by Gladys Unger & Charles 
Logue, directed by Edward Laemmle. 
7 reels. © June 29, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description June 30; L 4799; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

4410 

Fur coats. See Side streets. 

Glimpses of Erin. (FitzPatrick travel- 
talk) Reel. © June 13, 1934; 2 c. 
and description July 5; M 4842; 



Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New 
York. 4411 

Going places with Lowell Thomas; 
no. 1, produced by Allyn Butterfield. 
Reel. © June 28, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 29; M 4838; Univer- 
sal pictures corp., New York. 4412 

Good shape. (Sportlight) Reel. © 
July 0. 1934; 2 c. July 5: description 
July 6; M 4*43 : Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4413 

Goofy movies ; no. 6. explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith. Reel. © 
July 19, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 26; M 4880; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4414 

Grand canary ; from the novel by A. J. 
Cronin, screen play by Ernest Pas- 
cal, directed by Irving Cummings. 

8 reels. © July IT. 1934; 2 e. and 
description July 18; L 4835; Fox 
film corp., New York. 4415 

Handy Andy ; based on play, Merry 
Andrew by Lewis Beach, adaptation 
by Kubec Glasinon, screen play by 
William Conselman and Henry 
Johnson, directed by David Butler. 

9 reels. © July 17, 1934: 2 c. and 
description July 18; L 4S36 ; Fox 
film corp., New York. 4416 

Happy landing; story by Stuart An- 
thony, screen play by Gordon Rigby, 
dialogue by Frances Hyland, directed 
by R. N. Bradbury. 7 reels. © 
July 24, 1934 ; 2 c. July 24 ; descrip- 
tion July 27 ; L 4853 : Monogram 
pictures corp., New York. 4417 

Hawaiian Islands ; by R. W. Hill. 
Reel. © June 21, 1934 : 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7: M 4846; Eastman 
teaching films, inc., Rochester. N.Y. 
4418 

Here comes the navy ; story by Ben 
Markson, screen play by Earl Bald- 
win and Ben Markson, directed by 
Lloyd Bacon. 9 reels. © July 21, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 30; 
L 4857 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4419 

Hitler's reign of terror ; supervised by 
Joseph Seiden, directed by Michael 
Mindlin. 6 reels. © Feb. 15, 1934; 
2 c. Apr. 28; description July 3: M 
4S54 ; Jewel productions, inc., New 
York. 4420 

Hollywood newsreel ; no. 6170, written 
and directed by George R. Bilson. 
Reel. © July 16, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 16; M 4859; Yita- 
phone corp., New York. 4421 



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4439 



Hollywood on parade ; B 13. Reel. © 
July 18, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 20; M 4867; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4422 

Housewife ; story by Robert Lord & 
Lillie Hayward, screen play by Man- 
uel Seff & Lillie Hayward, directed 
by Alfred E. Green. 7 reels. © 
July "21, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 23 ; L 4845 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4423 

I surrender dear ; story and dialogue 
by John A. Waldron, Earle Rodney 
and Harry McCoy, directed by Mack 
Sennett. 2 reels. © July 25, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description July 30 ; L 4858 ; 
Educational films Corp. of America, 
New York. 4424 

Irish sweepstakes; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © July 27, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 30; 
M 4895; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 4425 

Jane Eyre; based on the novel by 
Charlotte Bronte, screen play by 
Adele Comandini, directed by 
Christy Cabanne. 7 reels. © July 
14, 1934; 2 c. July 14; description 
July 18 ; L 4832 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 4426 

Jolly good fellow; no. 1678, story by 
Cyrus Wood, directed by Joseph 
Henabery. Reel. © July 5, 1934; 
2 c. and description July 5 ; L 4804 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 4427 

Jungle jitters. (Willie Whopper car- 
toon) Reel. © July 24, 1934; 2 c. 
and description July 30; M 4898; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4428 

Just concentrate ; no. 1641, story by 
Dolph Singer, directed by Ralph 
Staub. Reel. © July 21, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description July 23; L 4846; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4429 

Just we two ; story by W. P. Hackney 
and Sam Newfield, directed by 
James W. Home. 2 reels. © July 
27, 1934; 2 c. and description July 
28 ; L 4855 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 4430 

Kiss and make-up ; from a play by 
Stephen Bekeffi, screen play by Har- 
lan Thompson and George Marion, 
jr., adaptation by Jane Hinton, di- 
rected by Harlan Thompson. 8 
reels. © July 8, 1934 ; 2 c. July 10 ; 
description July 12; L 4819; Para- 
mount productions, inc., New York. 
4431 



Leap (A) for life. See Red (The) 
rider. 

Let's try again ; from the play by Vin- 
cent Lawrence, adapted for the 
screen and directed by Worthington 
Miner. 7 reels. © June 22, 1934; 
2 c. and description July 13 ; L 4820 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
4432 

Life (The) of Vergie Winters; from 
the story by Louis Bromfield, screen 
play by Jane Murfin, directed by Al- 
fred Santell. 9 reels. © July 15, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 13; 
L 4821; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4433 

Love thy neighbor; animated by My- 
ron Waldman & Edward Nolan, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
July 18, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 20; M 4868; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4434 

Making the rounds ; story and adapta- 
tion by James Mulhauser & Scott E. 
Cleethorpe, directed by Del Lord. 
2 reels. © June 6, 1934; 2 c. July 
,5 ; description July 6 ; L 4810 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4435 

Man (The) from Utah; story and 
screen play by Lindsley Parsons, di- 
rected by Robert Bradbury. 6 reels. 
© June 15, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 2 ; L 4800 ; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., New York. 4436 

Man (The) with two faces; based on 
play The dark tower, by George S. 
Kaufman and Alexander Woollcott, 
screen play by Tom Reed and Niven 
Busch, directed by Archie Mayo. 7 
reels. © July 14, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 16; L 4826; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 
4437 

Masks and memories; no. 1671-2-3, 
story by Cyrus Wood and Eddie 
Moran, directed by Roy Mack. 3 
reels. © July 19, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 20; L 4839; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4438 

Merry Andrew. See Handy Andy. 

Midnight alibi ; based on story The 
old doll's house, by Damon Runyon, 
screen play by Warren Duff, di- 
rected by Alan Crosland. 7 reels. 
© July 25, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 27; L 4852; First Na- 
tional pictures, inc., New York. 

4439 



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4440 



pt. I, v. 7 



Murder in the private ear ; from the 
play The rear car, by Edward E. 
Rose, adaptation by Harvey Thew, 
screen play by Ralph Spence, Edgar 
Allen Woolf and Al Boasberg, di- 
rected by Harry Beaumont. 7 reels. 
© June 27, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 5 ; L 4807 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 4440 

My lady's garden ; by Frank Moser and 

Paul Terry. Reel. © July 13, 1934 ; 

2 c. and description July 17 ; M 

4861 ; Moser & Terry, inc., New York. 

4441 

Nature's gangsters ; narration by 
James F. Clemenger, edited by Sam 
Citron. (A Battle for life release) 
Reel. © June 15, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 17 : M 4S63 ; Audio 
productions, inc., New York. 4442 



Night (The) attack, 
rider. 



Red (The) 



Notorious (The) Sophie Lang; from 
stories by Frederick Irving Ander- 
son, screen play by Anthony Veiller, 
directed by Ralph Murphy. 7 reels. 
© July 18, 1934; 2 c. July 19; de- 
scription July 20; L 4841; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4443 

Old (The) doll's house. See Midnight 
alibi. 

Old (The) fashioned way; from a 
story by Charles Bogle, screen play 
by Garnett Weston and Jack Cun- 
ningham, directed by William Beau- 
dine. 8 reels. © July 11, 1934; 
2 c. July 12 ; description July 13 ; 
L 4823 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4444 

Paramount pictorial 3; no. 13. Reel. 
© July 11, 1934; 2 c. July 12; de- 
scription July 13; M 4857; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4445 

Paramount sound news. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount productions, inc., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 4446-4455 

No. 89-97. © June 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 
27, 30, July 4, 7, 1934; 2 c. each 
July 28 ; description each July 27 ; 
M 4884^1892. 

No. 98. © July 11, 1934 ; 2 c. July 
30 ; description July 27 ; M 4S93. 



Past (The) 20 years; by R. G. Landis. 
© title, description and 2 prints, 
reed. July 2. 1934; M 4840; Shell 
oil co., San Francisco. 4456 

Penny (A) a peep; no. 1518, dialogue 
by Dolph Singer, edited by Bert 
Frank. Reel. © July 16, 1934; 2 
c. and description July 16: L 4827; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4457 

Picnic perils ; story by W. P. Hackney 
& Sam Newfield, directed by James 
W. Home. 2 reels. © July 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. July 6 ; description July 10 ; 
L 4816; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 4458 

Picturesque Siam ; BR 1647, edited by 
Bert Frank. (E. M. Newman's musi- 
cal journeys) Reel. © July 26, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 27; 
M 4883 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 4459 

Prize (The) sap; no. 1679-80, story 
by Glen Lambert and Jack Henley, 
directed by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. 
© July 21, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 23; L 4847; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 4460 

Pro football; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith, directed by Bay Mc- 
Carey. (M-G-M Oddity) Reel. © 
July 11, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 30; M 4897; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4461 

Pugs and kisses; no. 1621-22. story by 
Glen Lambert & Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Ray MeCarey. 2 reels. © 
July 19, 1934 : 2 c. and description 
July 20; L 4840; Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 4462 

Punch drunks ; story by Jerry Howard, 
Larry Fine and Moe Howard, screen 
play by Jack Cluett, directed by Lou 
Breslow. 2 reels. © July 8, 1934; 
2 c. July 9 : description July 11 : L 
4817; Columbia pictures corp.. New 
York. 4403 

Queen (The) of hearts : animation by 
Jimmie Cuchane & Al Eugster, di- 
rected by U. B. Iwerks. Reel. © 
July 13, 1934: 2 c. July 18; descrip- 
tion July 20; M 4866; Celebrity pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 4464 

Randy rides alone; story and screen 
play by Lindsley Parsons, directed 
by Harry Eraser. 6 reels. © July 
9, 1934; 2 c. July 16; description 
July 20: L 4S44 ; Monogram pictures 
corp.. New York. 4465 



214 



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4482 



Rear (The) car. See Murder in the 
private car. 

Redhead (The) from Sun Dog. See 
Red (The) rider. 

Red (The) rider; from the story The 
Redhead from Sun Dog, by W. C. 
Tuttle, screen play by George Plymp- 
ton, Vin Moore, Ella O'Neill & Basil 
Dickey, directed by Louis Fried- 
lander. 2 reels each. ' © Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 

4466-4469 

Chapter 1, Sentenced to die. © July 
9, 1934; 2 c. July 6; description 
July 10 ; L 4815. 

Chapter 2, A Leap for life. © July 
12, 1934; 2 c. July 10; description 
July 13 ; L 4824. 

Chapter 3, The Night attack. © 
July 17, 1934; 2 c. July 16; de- 
scription July 18 ; L 4829. 

Chapter 4, A Treacherous ambush. 
© July 25, 1934; 2 c. July 25; 
description July 26; L 4851. 

Return of the terror ; suggested by the 
story, The terror, by Edgar Wallace, 
screen play by Eugene Solow & 
Peter Milne, directed by Howard 
Bretherton. 7 reels. © July 2, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 2; 
L 4801 ; First national pictures, inc., 
New York. 4470 

Scrappy's relay race; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis. 
(A Charles Mintz, Scrappy produc- 
tion) Reel. © July 8, 1934; 2 c. 
July 9 ; description July 13 ; M 4855 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

4471 

Screen souvenirs 3 ; no. 13. Reel. © 
July 26, 1934 ; 2 c. July 26 ; descrip- 
tion July 27; M 4882; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
4472 

See the world ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © June 29, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 17; 
M 4862; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
York. 4473 

Sentenced to die. See Red (The) 
rider. 

She was a lady ; based on the novel 
by Elisabeth Cobb, screen play by 
Gertrude Pureed, directed by Hamil- 
ton MacFadden. 8 reels. © July 



15, 1934; 2 c. and description July 
18; L 4834; Fox film corp., New 
York. 4474 

Shiver me timbers ; animated by Wil- 
lard Bowsky and William Sturm, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© July 24, 1934; 2 c. July 26; de- 
scription July 27; M 4881; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4475 

Shock ; screen play by Madeleine Ruth- 
ven, original story by and directed 
by Roy J. Pomeroy. 7 reels. © 
July 14, 1934 ; 2 c. July 14 ; descrip- 
tion July 18; L 4831; Monogram 
pictures corp., New York. 4476 

Side streets ; based on the story Fur 
coats by Ann Garrick and Ethel 
Hill, screen play by Manuel Sen 2 , 
directed by Alfred E. Green. 7 
reels. © July 19. 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 20; L 4838; First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

4477 

Simple (A) solution; by H. A. Rip- 
ley, screen play by Harold Shumate, 
directed by D. Ross Lederman. 
(Minute mysteries) Reel. © July 
4, 1934 ; 2 c. July 5 ; description July 
6 ; L 4809 ; Columbia pictures corp. 



New York. 



4478 



Slackers and workers of the jungle ; 
BR 1648, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's musical journeys) 
Reel. © July 16, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 16; M 4858; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New. York. 
4479 

Song (The) of fame; no. 1690-91, 
story by Cyrus Wood, A. Dorian 
Otvos and Eddie Moran, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. 2 reels. © July 
5, 1934 ; 2 c. and description July 5 ; 
L 4803 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 
4480 

Speaking of relations ; directed by Hal 
Yates. (Irvin S. Cobb comedy) 2 
reels. © July 3, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 26 ; L 4850 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

4481 

Spotted wings ; narration by James F. 
Clemenger, edited by Sam Citron. 
(A Battle for life release) Reel. 
© June 8, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
July 30 ; M 4894 ; Audio productions, 
inc., New York. 4482 



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4483 



pt. I, v. 7 



Stainboul quest ; from the original 
story by Leo Birinski, screen play 
by Herman J. Mankiewicz, directed 
by Sam Wood. 9 reels. © July 10, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description July 19 ; 
L 4837 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4483 

Stranger than fiction ; no. 1, narrated 
by James Wallington, produced by 
Allyn Butterfield. Reel. © June 
29, 1934; 2 c. June 29; description 
June 30 ; M 4839 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 4484 

Street safety for advanced grades; 
by K. R. Edwards. (Safety series) 
Reel. © Feb. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7 ; M 4847 ; Eastman 
teaching films, inc., Rochester, N.Y. 
4485 

Street safety for primary grades; by 
K. R. Edwards. (Safety series) 
Reel. © Feb. 5, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7 ; M 4848 ; Eastman 
teaching films, inc., Rochester, N.Y. 



Sweden ; by K. R. Edwards. Reel. © 
Mar. 23, 1934; 2 c. and description 
July 7; M 4849; Eastman teaching 
films, inc., Rochester, N.Y. 44S7 

Taking care of baby ; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Jack Cummings. (M-G-M Oddity) 
Reel. © July 11, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 30 ; M 4896 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4488 

Terror (The) See Return of the 
terror. 

Them thar hills ; directed by Charles 
Rogers. (Laurel-Hardy comedy) 2 
reels. © July 18, 1934; 2 c. and 
description July 26 ; L 4849 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

4489 

Three chumps ahead ; directed by Gus 
Meins. 2 reels. © June 20, 1934; 
2 c. and description July 5; L 
4806 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4490 

Trailing along; story by Fred Guiol 
and Jack Townley, directed by Fred 
Guiol. 2 reels. © June 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description July 10; L 
4814; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 4491 

Treacherous (A) ambush. See Red 
(The) rider. 



Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc., New York. 4492-4499 

No. 247, 248. © May 8, 11, 1934; 

2 c. each July 2; description each 

June 26 ; M 4836. 4837. 
No. 249, 250. © May 15, 18, 1934; 

2 c. each July 12 ; description each 

July 11 ; M 4852, 4853. 

No. 251, 252. © May 22. 25, 1934; 
2 c. each July 17 ; description each 
July 13 ; M 48U4, 4865. 

No. 253, 254. © May 29, June 1, 
1934; 2 c. each July 25; descrip- 
tion each July 24; M 4S77, 4878. 

Visual (The) sound sales training 
course. Reel. © Oct. 1, 1933 ; 2 c. 
June 15, 1934; description July 23; 
M 4900; General electric co., Cleve- 
land. 4500 

We're rich again ; from a play by 
Alden Nash, screen play by Ray 
Harris, directed by William A 
Seiter. 7 reels. © July 13, 1934 
2 c. and description July 18 ; L 4833 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 
4501 

West (The) at your finger-tips; by 
Charles Dennis Parr. © title and 
description reed. July 2. 1934; 2 
prints, reed. June 15 : M 4841 ; Shell 
oil co., San Francisco. 4502 

What's the big idea ; by Al Weeks. 
© title, description and S prints. 
reed. July 9, 1934; M 4S50 ; Hupp 
motor car co., Detroit. 4503 

Who is that girl; no. 1G85-S6. story 
by Cvrus Wood, directed by Joseph 
Henabery. 2 reels. © July 6. 11)34 ; 
2 c. and description July 6 ; L 4808 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4504 

Whom the gods destroy ; story by Al- 
bert Payson Terhune, adaptation by 
Fred Niblo, jr., screen play by Sid- 
ney Buchman, directed by Walter 
Lang. 7 reels. © July 13. 1934; 
2 c. July 13; description July 14; 
L 4825; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 4505 

Wrong (The) bottle; story by Ruth 
Howard, adapted by William Watson 
& Art Jarrett. 2 reels. © July 13, 
1934; 2 c. and description July 30; 
L 4856; Two reel productions, inc., 
New York. 4506 



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4512 



1934 the World's fair ; A, B, by Burton 
Holmes films, inc. 1 reel each, © 
June 1, 20, 1934 ; 2 c. each July 20 ; 
description each July 21; M 4872, 
4875; Kaufmann & Fabry co., Chi- 
cago. 4507, 4508 

1934 villages of the World's fair ; A, B, 
by Burton Holmes films, inc. 1 reel 
each. © July 6, 1934; 2 c. each 
July 20; description each July 21; 
M 4870, 4874; Kaufmann & Fabry 
co., Chicago. 4509,4510 



1934 World's fair from the air; by 
Burton Holmes films, inc. Reel. © 
July 10, 1934 ; 2 c. July 20 ; descrip- 
tion July 21 ; M 4871 ; Kaufmann & 
Fabry co., Chicago. 4511 

1934 World's fair wings of a century ; 
by Burton Holmes films, inc. Reel. 
© July 6, 1934; 2 c. July 20; de- 
scription July 21; M 4873; Kauf- 
mann & Fabry co., Chicago. 4512 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934: 

Motion-picture photoplays 487 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 421 

Total 908 



o 



217 



4513-5207 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



According to formula ; a play in 7 
scenes, by Ory Davidson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 4, 1934; D 30523; Saulle H. 
Davidson, New York. 4513 

Adam, Eva und die schlange. See 
Thou shalt not covet. 

Adam's rib ; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Glasmon and A. Gaffney. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1934; D 30426; Kubec Glas- 
mon, and Arch Gaffney, Topanga, 
Calif. 4514 

Adventure (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
M. C. Munn. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1934; 
D 30813; Margaret Crosby Munn, 
New York. 4515 

Adventures of Capt'n Whale ; nos. 1-3, 
by Felix Riesenberg. © 1 c. July 
16, 1934; D 30378; Felix Riesen- 
berg, New York. 4516 

Aeneas. See Curse of Dido. 

Afternoon (An) at the white house of 
the confederacy; by Mrs. Hugh B. 
Gillespie in collaboration with Mrs. 
John H. Anderson. Raymond, Miss., 
Keith press, 1934. 3 p. 1., [5]-14 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 24, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 3; 
D 30745; Mrs. Hugh B. Gillespie, 
Raymond, Miss., and Mrs. John H. 
Anderson, Raleigh, N. C. 4517 

All our yesterdays; a little comedy in 
6 scenes, by Harvey Morison [i.e. 
G. H. Morison] © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1934; D 30591; Geo. Harvey Mori- 
son, Huntington, N.Y. 4518 

All that glitters; a play in 3 acts, by 
Robert Ewing. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1934 ; 
D 30610 ; Robert Martin Ewing, New 
York. 4519 

Allegory (An) ; a morality play in 1 
act, by F. P. Ward, from the original 
idea of Charles E. Meredith. © 1 
c. Aug. 11, 1934; D 30607; Francis 
Palmer Ward, Mobile, Ala. 4520 

Along came youth ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. F. Connor. © 1 c. July i3, 
1934; D 30456; William F. Connor, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 4521 



America sings; a musical romance in 

2 acts, by Kay Kenny and J. J. Shu- 
bert, sr. Musical score based on 
the melodies of Stephen Collins Fos- 
ter. Arranged by Karl Hajos and 
J. J. Shubert, sr., lyrics by Arthur 
Swanstrom and Stephen Foster. 2 
v. Libretto and Vocal score. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 31, 1934; D 28718; Amer- 
ica sings productions, inc., New 
York. 4522 

American (An) rhapsody; a play in 

3 acts, by Irene Osiel. ©lc. Aug. 
15, 1934; D 30665; Irene B. Osiel, 
Brooklyn. 4523 

Anniversary program ; no. 1, by R. W_ 

Pierson. © 1 c. July 20, 1934; D 

30692 ; Ralph W. Pierson, New York. 

4524 

Another racket. See Good night, Mr. 
Craig. 

Arch (The) enemy; a phantasy, by J. 
Faller. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1934; D 
30436; James Faller, New York. 

4525 

Armour (The) hour; by P. Baker. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 30731; Phil 
Baker, Chicago. 4526 

As times goes by ; scenario-talkie, text 
and music by Celia Anton, pseud, of 
V. L. Ring. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934; D 
2S711 ; Virginia Lewis Ring, Nor- 
folk, Va. 4527 

Asylum (The) of Dr. Julius; a play 
in 3 acts and a prologue, by C. E. 
Reynolds. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; D 
30617 ; Cecil Edward Reynolds, Ven- 
ice, Calif. 4528 

Aunt Sue and Polly : by D. S. Schott. 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934 ; D 30531 ; Dor- 
othy Stewart Schott, Rockville, Md. 
4529 

Auntie up ; a 1-act comedy, by Ted Fet- 
ter [i.e. T. H. Fetter] © 1 c. July 
17, 1934; D 30772; Theodore Henry 
Fetter, Princeton, N.J. 4530 



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4531 



pt. I, v. 7 



Back to Oklahoma ; comedy in 3 acts, 
by V. G. Selvaggi. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1934 : D 30S46 ; Vincent G. Selvaggi, 
St. Louis. 4531 

Bacon to the wolves ; a farce-comedy 
in 3 acts, by I. Campbell. © 1 e. 
Aug. 21, 1934; D 30784; Isabel 
Campbell, Norman, Old. 4532 

Beacon lights of literature ; bk. 3, by 
Rudolph W. Chamberlain. Syracuse, 
New York [etc.] 1934. xviii, 909 p. 
front., ports., diagr. 8vo. Dramatic- 
contents. — Julius Caesar, by William 
Shakespeare. — She stoops to con- 
quer, by Oliver Goldsmith. — The 
medicine show, by Stuart Walker. — 
A night at an inn, by Lord Dun- 
sany. — Sam Average, by Percy Mac- 
Kaye. — Trifles, by Susan Glaspell. 
© June 26, 1934 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
2; A 74080; Iroquois pub. co., inc.. 
New York. 4532* 

Beauty (The) cocktail; a play by M. 
H. Loeb. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; D 
30642; Madeleine H. Loeb, New 
York. 4533 

Belle (La) Isabelle ; comedie-bouffe en 
3 actes, de G. Berr et Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of Louis-Jacques-Marie Col- 
lin] © 1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30371 ; 
Georges Berr, Paris, and Louis Col- 
lin, Boulogne (Seine), France. 4534 

Belle (The) of the post ; by B. R. Far- 
ker. © 1 c. July 31, 1934 : D 30428 ; 
Bertha Rawolle Parker. Washing- 
ton. 4535 

Best (The) of worlds; a play in 3 
acts, by Margaret Anderson [i.e. 
M. A. Kende] and G. Kende. © 1 c. 
Aug. 21, 1934; D 30773; Margaret 
Anderson Kende and George Kendo. 
New York. 4536 

Between the lines ; by M. H. Loeb and 
P. Stewart : script 1. Jo, I'm here. 
© 1 c. June 27, 1934 ; D 30561 ; Mad- 
eleine H. Loeb, New York, and Paul 
Stewart, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y. 4537 

■ script 2. College graduate. 

© 1 c. June 27, 1934 ; D 30562 ; Mad- 
eleine H. Loeb, New York, and Paul 
Stewart, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y. 4538 

Big brother; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by Mabel Conklin Allyn. Chi- 
cago [1934] 86 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
© Aug. 16, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 
30753; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 
4539 



Big business ; a play by Al. Boasberg. 
© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1934; D 30439; Sam- 
uel Baerwitz, New York. 4540 

Big (The) frog; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. A. Stanford. © 1 c. July 23, 
1934; D 30580; Mabel Ayretta Stan- 
ford, Ontario, Calif. 4541 

Big game ; a farce in 1 act, by Le Roy 
Stahl. Minneapolis, Minn.. 1984; 18 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 3, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 
7; D 30529; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 414:! 

Bill, Mack and Jimmy round the world 
club; episodes 1-72, by 11. V. Mcin- 
tosh. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934 : D 30544 ; 
Ronald U. Mcintosh, Los Angeles. 

4543 

Blind dates. See Girls, inc. 

Blonde (The) vamp in green ; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Samuel Goldberg. © 1 
c. Aug. 30. 1934; D 30880; Samuel 
Goldberg, New Haven. 4544 

Blondin im gliick ; heiteres rokoko fur 
musik in 3 aufziigen. von Hans 
Grimm. Magdeburg [1934] 3 v. 
fol. Orchester partitur 1-3. © July 
12, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 10; D 28709; 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. Magdeburg. 
Germany. 4545 

307 p. fol. Klavierauszug 

mit text. © Apr. 28. 1934; 1 c. 
Aug. 10; D 28708; Heinrichshofen's 

verlag, Magdeburg, Germany. 4540 

Blood for the moon ; a mystery play in 
3 acts, by John Larkin, jr. © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1934: D 30602; John F. 
Larkin, jr., Hollywood, Calif. 4547 

Blood on the fields; a play in :: acts, 
by Ella Winter and L. Hughes. © 
1 c. Aug. 13. 1934: D 30630; Langs- 
ton Hughes, Carmel, Calif. 4548 

Boccace, conte 19; piece en 3 actes. par 
Gilbert Davel [pseud, of J. Luehaire] 
© 1 c. July 24. 1934; D 30372: 
Julien Luchaire, Paris. 4549 

Boy (The) detective; episodes nos. 
1-25, by H. R. ('onner. © 1 c. June 
12. 1934; D 30650; Herbert R. Con- 
ner, Long Beach, Calif. 4550 

Boy (The) detective. Under the big 
top; story 1, episodes 1, 6, a serial 
play for radio, by II. R. Conner. © 
1 c. each June 12, 1934; D 30694, 
30695; Herbert R. Connor. Long 
Beach, Calif. 4551.4.1.12 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1934 



4575 



Brass madonnas ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Rodenbacli. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1934; D 30632; Walter Rodenbach, 
New York. 4553 

Bread ; a play in 5 acts, by Vladimir 
Kirsbon, tr. by Sonia Volocbova. © 
1 c. Aug. 16, 1934 ; D 30892 ; Eugene 
Lyons, New York. 4554 

Bride of the sea ; a stage play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Jack Donaldson 
[pseud, of W. J. MacDonald] © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1934 ; D 30609 ; William 
J. MacDonald, Los Angeles. 4555 

Bride of Torozko ; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted from the Hungarian of Otto 
Indig, by R. Langner. © 1 c. Aug. 
29, 1934; D 30867; Ruth Langner, 
New York. 4556 

Brothers' keeper; a commentary upon 
the morals, tastes and manners of 
some of us, by William Robynston 
[pseud, of] W. R. Stone. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1934; D 30687; William 
Robbins Stone, Philadelphia. 4557 

Bubble (The) peddler. See Let's pre- 
tend. 

Bully for the mouse; a 1-act sketch, 
by G. W. Gage. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1934; D 30843; George W. Gage, 
Sebring, Fla. 4558 

Eungrazesco from Pitesti ; a play in 3 

acts, by A. de Hertz, translated by 

M. Jean. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1934; 

D 308S0 ; Monique Jean, New York. 

4559 

But a step ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Teal. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1934; D 
30682 ; George Teal, New York. 

4560 

By this sign; by Zarada Redfield. 
Rev. version. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1934 ; 
D 30857; Zarada Calle Redfield, 
St. Louis. 4561 

Calico cat ; a play in 2 scenes for 
juveniles, by Mary T. Johnson. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1934. 20 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 3, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; 
D 30528 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4562 

Calma ; a play in 3 acts, by L. P. 
Merriam. Rev. ed. of: Game. © 
1 c. Aug. 16, 1934; D 30677; Lillie 
Fuller M e r r i a m, Framingham, 
Mass. 4563 

Capables (The) ; a play in 1 act, with 
prologue, by E. Van Port. © 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1934; D 30595; Ethel Van 
Port, Jamaica, N.Y. 4564 



Carry on ; a play in 3 acts, by A. E. 
Gluckman. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1934; 
D 30552 ; Arthur Edward Gluckman, 
New York. 4565 

Catspaw (The) See First nighter. 

Caught napping; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Austin Goetz. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company [1934] 88 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 21, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 23; D 30804; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 4566 

Chaff or cheese; a play in 1 act for 
children or marionettes, by Mar- 
garet K. Soifer. Brooklyn [1934] 
17 p. 16mo. © July 27, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 7 ; D 30545 ; Furrow press, 
Brooklyn. 4567 

Chance (The) miracle ; a drama in 1 
act, by Paul S. McCoy. Minne- 
apolis, 193-1 15 p. 12mo. © Aug. 
1, 1934; 2 c. July 30; D 30365; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4568 

Charm (The) school of the air; by P. 
V. Sweet. © 1 c. May 21, 1934; 
D 30741; Peggy V. Sweet, Mil- 
waukee. 4569 

Charm (The) shop; a romantic cos- 
tume drama in 3 acts, by Arthur 
Jearue. Minneapolis, 1934. 80 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Aug. 27, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 30S61 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4570 

Charred (A) stump; a drama in 1 
act, by May S. Forrester [pseud. 
of M. S. Forrester] © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1934; D 30723; Mathilde S. 
Forrester, Los Angeles. 4571 

Cheap publicity ; a drama in 7 scenes, 
by O. Davidson. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 
1934; D 30714; Ory Davidson, New 
York. 4572 

Checkerboard (The) ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Bee Humphries [pseud, 
of] B. A. Humphreys. © 1 c. Aug. 
13, 1934; D 30631; Bertha Amlin 
Humphreys, Hollywood, Calif. 4573 

Chemist (The) ; a farce-comedy in 1 
act, by G. W. Ross. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1934; D 30601; Garfield William 
Ross, St. Paul. 4574 

Children of the future; a play in 3 
acts, by M. C. Munn. © 1 c. Aug. 
23, 1934 ; D 30812 ; Margaret Crosby 
Munn, New York. 4575 

Chinaman's luck. See Death Valley 
days. 



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4576 



pt. i, v. 7 



Chinese milestones ; story and screen- 
play, by Carroll Lunt. © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1934; D 30543; Carroll Lunt, 
Shanghai, China. 4576 

Chinese (The) nightingale; a drama- 
tization of the Hans Christian 
Andersen tale of the same name by 
Hans Sehmiedel and Lasar Galpern, 
in the German; translated into 
English by J. L. A. Bun-ell. © 1 c. 
Aug. 4, 1934; D 30524; Lasar Gal- 
pern, New York. 4577 

Christmas at Clinton Corners ; a 
humorous play, by Edith Godwin 
Hull. New York. 1934. 20 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 1, 1934; 2 e. Aug. 29; D 
30911; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 4578 

Christmas (A) carol; a dramatiza- 
tion in 3 acts, of Dickens' famous 
story, by John Boruff [jr.] © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1934 ; D 30S42 ; John Perry 
Boruff, jr., New York. 4579 

Christmas (The) carol; by Charles 
Dickens, dramatic version in 3 acts 
with added scenes and an atmos- 
pheric background by I. P. Sellars. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1934; D 30658; 
Irma Peixotto Sellars, Los Angeles. 
4580 

Christmas in stained glass ; by E. 
Eckert and Charles Ernest White. 
© 1 c. July 5, 1934 ; D 30548 ; Edna 
Eckert, Newark, N.J. 4581 

Christopher Columbus the discoverer 
of America. See Cristoforo Colombo 
lo scopritore d' America. 

Cinderella ; a play in 2 acts, by Mimi 
Ohley Pickering. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1934; D 30829; Sara Kathryne 
Spencer, Charleston, W.Va. 4582 

Clear block ; a radio drama in 8 

scenes, by C. M. Roach. © 1 c. 

Aug. 20, 1931; D 30727: Clarence 

Michael Roach, Takoma Park, D.C. 

4583 

Clive of India. See Famous plays of 
1933-1934. 

Cockades : or, Ribbons, by V. Suratt. 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1934; D 30433; 
Valeska Suratt, New York. 4584 

Collaborators. See 'Twas ever thus. 

College graduate. See Between the 
lines. 

Collegiate Joe; by M. M. Golden, no. 
1. © 1 c. Aug. 18. 1934; D 30719; 
Myron M. Golden, Chicago. 4585 



nos. 2-5. © 1 c. Aug. 31,. 

1934 ; D 30S97 ; Myron Marc Golden, 
Chicago. 4586: 

Colored (The) congressman; a dia- 
logue for two blackface comedians 
intended for vaudeville or radio, by 
A. T. Thatcher. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1934; D 30899; Arthur T. Thatcher. 
San Francisco. 4587 

Come on over ; a play in prologue and 
2 acts, by E. West. © 1 c. Aug. 
2 2. 1934; D 30801; Evelyn West, 
Los Angeles. 4588 

Come out of the beaten path. See 
Four religious dramas. 

Come-uppance ; a play in forescene 
and 3 acts, by F. Harrison Dowd 
[i.e. Frank Harrison Dowd] © 1 c. 
Aug. 9. 1934: D 30576; F. Harrison 
Dowd, Madison, Conn. 4589 

Commander (The) takes the floor; 
a play for Washington's birthday, 
by Rufus Learsi [pseud, of I. Gold- 
berg] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934; D 
M(i7 ( .i.">: Israel Goldberg. Brooklyn. 

4590 

Complex bridge; a 1-act play, by G. P. 
Blake. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1934; D 
30834; Grace Parker Blake, New 
Rochelle, N.Y. 4591 

Confidential; a comedy in 5 scenes,, 
adapted and translated by H. Bern- 
stein from a Hungarian play by Ru- 
dolph Lothar and Nicholas Gaspar. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1934; D 30690; 
Herman Bernstein, New York. 

4592 

Cotton town minstrel first -part ; a 
complete routine for the circle, by 
Bob Royce. Chicago, [1934] 47 p. 
diagrs. 16mo. © Aug. 9. 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 13 ; D 30614 ; T. S. Deni- 
son & co., Chicago. 4593 

Country air: a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Gray. Rev. edition. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1934: D 3046S ; Max Gray, Brook- 
lyn. 4.V.>4 

Couronne (La) de carton; piece en 
4 actes et un prologue [par] Jean 
Sarment [pseud, of Jean P.ellemere] 
[Paris] 1934. 38. [2] p. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 674) 
© May 12. 1934; 1 c. July 10: D' 
30616: Jean Bellemere, Paris. 4595 



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•no. 8, 1934 



4618 



Crazy politics ; a master stage show 
[by R. R. Stewart, W. T. Stewart, 
Wayne Allen] Fairfield, la., 1934. 
cover-title, 38 numb. 1. 4to. [Re- 
vised edition] © July 23, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 3; D 30452; Universal 
producing co., Fairfield, la. 4596 

'Crime (Le) du bouif; drame policier 
en 4 actes et 9 tableaux (d' apres 
le roman de G. de la Fouchardiere) 
[par] Andre Mouezy-Eon et G. do 
la Fouchardiere. Paris [1934] 191 
p. 12mo. © May 22, 1934; 1 c. 
July 24; D 30366; Albin Michel, 
Paris. 4597 

Criminal (The) court; no. 1, by 
Charles Martin. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1934 ; D 30424 ; Donald Flamm, New 
York. 4598 

■Cristoforo Colombo lo scopritore 
d'America. Christopher Columbus 
the discoverer of America ; dramma 
in un prologo e 3 atti, del G. P. 
Daraio. © I c. Aug. 9, 1934; D 
30572; Giovanni P. Daraio, New 
York. 4599 

'Cromwell ; schauspiel in 5 aufziigen 
[von] Mirko Jelusich. Wien [etc. 
1934] 175, [1] p. 12mo. © Mar. 
7, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 6; D 30759; 
F. G. Speidel'sche verlagsbuch- 
handlung, Vienna. 4600 

'Cross currents; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. Asch. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; D 
30634 ; Noel Asch, New York. 4601 

Cruciarius ; a tragic drama of the 
early Christian era in a prologue, 
2 acts and an epilogue, by R. E. 
Perry. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1934; D 
30659 ; Robert E. Perry, Bradford, O. 
4602 

'Crucible (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
H. P. Evans. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934 ; 
D 30844; Helena Phillips Evans, 
Santa Monica, Calif. 4603 

'Curse (The) of Dido; sequel to 
Aeneas, by Allen E. Woodall, 
Utica, N.Y., The Sunset press. 
[1934] 2 p. 1., 4-63 p. 8vo. © 
Aug. 13, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; D 30820 ; 
Allen E. Woodall, Utica, N.Y. 4604 

'Cycle (The) round ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Bull. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934; 
D 30716; Lois Bull, East Long 
Meadow, Mass. 4605 

'Cynthia's present, pt. 2, a dramatic 
composition in 3 acts, by R. F. 



Hoffman. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1934; D 
30814 ; Rose Florence Hoffman, New 
York. 4606 

Damned (The) don't cry; a drama in 
3 acts, by F. Bosworth. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1934 ; D 30554 ; Francis Bos- 
worth, New York. 4607 

Dark star ; a 3-act dramatic composi- 
tion, by J. B. Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1934; D 30706; Joe Bates Smith, 
New York. 4608 

Dawning (The) ; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by A. E. Gluckman. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1934 ; D 30551 ; Arthur Ed- 
ward Gluckman, New York. 4609 

Day after tomorrow; a drama in 4 
acts, by F. G. Buchanan. New ed. 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 30833; 
Frances G. Buchanan, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. [Copyright is claimed 
on changes and new matter] 4610 

Dead timber. See First nighter. 

Dear lady, be brave ; a farce-comedy in 
1 act, by L. L. Shelton. © 1 c. 
Aug. 23, 1934; D 30806; Loyd L. 
Shelton, Springfield, Mo. 4611 

Death at dinner ; a play in 4 acts, 
by E. Jordan and E. R. Cochran. 
© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1934; D 30459; 
Elizabeth Jordan, and E. Reeves 
Cochran, Pittsburgh. 4612 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
July 5, 1934. Mistress Mary of the 
Mojave. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; D 
30471 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4613 

July 12, 1934. Chinaman's 

luck. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934 ; D 30472 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 
4614 

July 19, 1934. Ma Preston. 

© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; D 30473; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

4615 

July 26, 1934. The widow's 

might. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; D 
20474; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4616 

Aug. 2, 1934. Lola Montez. 

© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934 ; D 30475 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 4617 

Decade (A) ago; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Schwartz. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1934; D 30905; Annette Schwartz, 
St. George, Staten Island, N.Y. 4618 



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4619 



l>t. I. v. 7 



Decoy; a drama in 3 acts, by E. R. 
Bills. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934: D 
30629; Elizabeth Roop Bills, Chi- 
cago. 4619 

Descent into night ; a play about a 
swift channel in 3 acts, by Manuel 
Rothstein. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1934 ; D 
30686 ; Emanuel Bernard Rothstein, 
Philadelphia. 4620 

Desert (The) ; a dramatic play in 3 
acts, by E. A. Eckert. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1934; D 30889; Elizabeth Ann 
Eckert, Brooklyn. 4621 

Devil's work. See Fool's mate. 

Diane; a play in 3 acts, by Frances 
Gross. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; D 
30625; Frances Wetmore Gross. 
Madison, Wis. 4622 

Dirty work at Uncle Sam's post office. 
See Oh, the pity of it. 

Discovery ; a play in 3 acts, by Mi- 
chael Joseph. London, Victor Gol- 
lancz. ltd., 1934. 104 p. 12mo. © 
July 16. 1934 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; D 30641 : 
Michael Joseph, London. 4623 

Distaff (The) side. See Famous plays 
of 1933-1934. 

Divorce: a play in 3 acts, by M. Caron 
[pseud, of M. H. Carson] © 1 c. 
July 27, 1934 ; D 30559 ; Maurice H. 
Carson, Brooklyn. 4624 

Doctor (The) said no; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Claire Parrish [pseud, of 
M. P. Grotewohl] © 1 c. Aug. 4. 
1934; D 30533: Mable P. Grotewohl, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4625 

Don Yuan meets Atalanta : a comedy 
in 4 acts, by J. Kelly. © 1 c. Aug. 
9, 1934 ; D 30575 ; James Kelly, Sau- 
gatuck, Mich. 4626 

Double wedding ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Jay Tobias. Boston [1934] 86 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © July 12, 1934: 2 c. 
Aug. 2; D 30361; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 4G27 

Dream (The) doctor; a Thanksgiving 

comedy, by Rufus Learsi [pseud, of 

I. Goldberg] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934 ; 

D 30797 ; Israel Goldberg, Brooklyn. 

4628 

Dream-sea ried ; a play in 10 scenes, 
by L. Sack. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; 
D 30592; Louis Sack, New York. 

4629 

Dress reversal; a farce in 1 act, by 
John C. Gerber. Chicago [1934] 31 



p. 12mo. © Aug. 16, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 20; D 30755; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 4630 

Driven from home. See Father's (A) 
curse. 

Drought; by M. S. Armstrong, {In 

Prize one-act plays. London, George 
G. Harrap & co., ltd. [1934]) © 
Tune 2, 1934; 1 c. June 29; D :;ho74 : 
Millicent Armstrong, New South 
Wales. Australia. 4631 

Dummox (The) : a play in 3 acts, by 

R. Streifer. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; 

D 30726: Ruth Streifer, New York. 

4632 

Dustman (The) : a drama in 1 act, by 
Frances D. Singler. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1934. 25 p. 12mo. © Aug. 
4, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 7; D 30526; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 4<;."13 

Earth-woman ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
B. Mason. © 1 c. Aug. 25. 1934; 
D 30S93: Helen B. Mason, Upper 
Montclair, N.J. 4634 

Easy blackouts; a collection of short 
comedy sketches, by various authors. 
New Yolk [1934] 93 p. 12mo. 
Contents.— Gratitude, by Tom Tag- 
gart. — The stars and the stripes, by 
Devin York. — The lover's errand, by 
Marion Holbrook. — A la Eugene 
O'Neill, by Tom Taggart.— Polite, 
but firm, by Marion Holbrook. — 
Death, by Tom Taggart. — No con- 
nection, by William Milligan. — Just 
a love nest, by Marion Holbrook. — 
Razzberry, by Tom Taggart. — Lost 
and found, by Marion Holbrook. — 
Thursdays, by Tom Taggart.— 
There's one born every minute, by 
William Milligan.— Birds of a feath- 
er, by William Milligan. — Meat, by 
Tom Taggart. — Her souvenirs, by 
Charles F. Wells.— A bit of blue rib- 
bon, by Marion Holbrook. — Ro- 
mance, by Tom Taggart. © Aug. 8, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 9: I> 30586; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp- New York. 4635 

Easy money; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Austin Goetz. Minneapolis, 1934. 
90 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. July 26 ; D 30450 ; North- 
western press. Minneapolis. 4636 

Egy asszony hazudik ; szinjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta: Fodor Laszlo |i. e. 
Laszlo Fodor] © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1934; 
I) 30910; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 4637 



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4647 



Elizabethan and Stuart plays ; edited 
by Charles Read Baskervill, Virgil 
B. Heltzel [and] Arthur H. Nether- 
cot. New York [1934] viii p., 1 1., 
1660 p. Svo. Contents. Pt. 1 : Eliz- 
abethan plays. — Roister Doister, by 
Nicholas Udall. — Gammer Gurton's 
needle, by Mr. [William] S[teven- 
son?]. — Gorboduc, by Thomas Nor- 
ton and Thomas Sackville.- — Sup- 
poses, by George Gascoigne.- — Cam- 
bises, by Thomas Preston. — Endy- 
mion, by John Lyly. — The arraign- 
ment of Paris, by George Peele. — 
The old wives' tale, by George 
Peele. — Friar Bacon and Friar Bun- 
gay, by Robert Greene. — George A. 
Greene, by Robert Greene (?). — 
Tamburlaine, part I, by Christopher 
Marlowe. — Doctor Faustus, by Chris- 
topher Marlowe. — Edward II, by 
Christopher Marlowe. — The Spanish 
tragedy, by Thomas Kyd. — Arden of 
Feversham. — Attowell's jig (Fran- 
cis' new jig). — Mucedorus.— The 
shoemakers' holiday, by Thomas 
Dekker. — The honest whore, part I, 
by Thomas Dekker. — A woman 
killed with kindness, by Thomas 
Heywood. — The malcontent, by John 
Marston and John Webster. — Bussy 
d'Ambois. by George Chapman. — 
The Duchess of Malfi, by John 
Webster. Pt. 2: Stuart plays — 
Every man in his humor, by Ben 
Jonson. — Sejanus his fall, by Ben 
Jonson. — Volpone ; or, The fox, by 
Ben Jonson. — The alchemist, The 
hue and cry after cupid, The sad 
shepherd, by Ben Jonson. — The 
knight of the burning pestle, by 
Francis Beaumont and John Fletch- 
er. — The faithfull shepherdess, by 
John Fletcher. — Philaster, by Fran- 
cis Beaumont and John Fletcher. — 
The maid's tragedy, by Francis 
Beaumont and John Fletcher. — 
A trick to catch the old one, by 
Thomas Middleton. — The change- 
ling, by Thomas Middleton and 
William Rowley. — A new way to pay 
old debts, by Philip Massinger. — The 
maid of honor, by Philip Massing- 
er. — The witch of Edmonton, by 
John Ford, Thomas Dekker, and 
William Rowley. — The broken heart, 
by John Ford. — Perkin Warbeck, by 
John Ford. — The lady of pleasure, 
by James Shirley. — The cardinal, by 
' James Shirley. © Aug. 8, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Aug. 22; A 73982; Henry 
Holt and co., inc., New York. 4637* 

Elternliebe ; lustspiel in 3 akten, von 
Frederieh-Cerf [i.e. Fritz Frederich 



und Arthur Cerf] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1934; D 30907; Westend verlag, 
Berlin-Charlottenburg. 4638 

Enter Mr. Patricia ; a mirth provoking 
farce in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. 
Minneapolis, 1934. 97 p. diasr. 
12mo. © Aug. 27, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
29; D 30858; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4639 

Eric ; a comedy in 3 acts, by L. L. Taf e. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 30786; 
Leonard Louis Tafe, Los Angeles. 

4640 



Erwachen an der grenze; schau.spiel 
in 3 akten, von Roland Strunk. © 
1 c. Aug. 6, 1934; D 30764; Drei 
masken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 4641 

Escape ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by L. F. 
Kimball. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1934; D 
30550; Lulu Fisk Kimball, Man- 
chester, N.H. 4642 

Every woman's enemy. See Mary — 
queen of stars. 

Extra ! extra ! ! ! Hollywood star kid- 
napped ; a mystery in 3 acts, by Mar- 
garet Jaques [pseud, of M. J. Rowe] 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934 ; D 30811 ; Mar- 
garet Jaques Rowe, London. 4643 

Eye (The) ; a mystery play in 3 acts, 
by Halsey Raines and Rayness Cope- 
land. New version compiled and re- 
constructed in collaboration with H. 
Adler. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1934; D 
30469; Hyman Adler, Brooklyn. 

4644 



Eye (The) witness; a play in 3 acts, 
by Brandon Tynan and F. Bruegger. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; D 30702 ; Fred- 
erick Bruegger, Jackson Heights, 
L.I., N.Y. 4645 

F is for family ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of C. Gordon 
Kurtz] Boston, Walter H. Baker 
co. [1934] 143 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
July 16, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; D 30744 ; 
C. Gordon Kurtz. Jamaica. L.I., N.Y. 
4646 

Family affairs ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. Jennings. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934 ; 
D 30587; Gertrude Jennings, Lon- 
don. 4647 



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pt. I, v. 7 



Famous plays of 1933-1934; London, 
1934. 712 p. 12mo. Contents. — 
Clive of India, by W. P. Lipscomb 
and R. J. Minney. — The wind and 
the rain, by Merton Hodge [pseud. 
of Horace Emerton Hodge 1 Reunion 
in Vienna, by Robert E. Sherwood. — 
The laughing woman, by Gordon 
Davict [pseud, of Elizabeth Mac- 
Kintosh] Sixteen [by] Aimee and 
Philip Stuart. The distaff side, by 
John Van Druten. © June 4, 1934 ; 
1 c. June 16 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; D 30675 ; 
Victor Gollanez, ltd., London. 4648 

Father's (A) curse; or, Driven from 
home, an original melodrama by 
J. S. Lancaster, based on a play 
written in 1885, by H. H. Dunn. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 30730; John 
Spalding Lancaster, Los Altos, Calif. 
4649 

Favola (Una) di Andersen ; sceneggiata 
e musicata [di] Antonio Veretti. 
Riduzione de'.l 'autore per canto e 
pianoforte. Milano, New York, [etc.] 
1934. 2 p. 1., 35 p. 4to. © Aug. 
25, 1934 ; 1 c. Aug. 25 ; D 28717 ; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 4650 

Femme ( La ) coupee en morceaux ; 
piece en 3 actes, d'Yvan Noe [pseud, 
of J. Noetinger] Musique de Wal- 
Berg, couplets de Camille Frangois. 
Text. © 1 c. July 24, 1934 ; D 30369 ; 
Jean Noetinger, Paris. 4651 

Festgefahren ! komodie in 2 akten, 
von Bernard Shaw [Einzig berech- 
tigte deutsche iibertragung von Sieg- 
fried Trebitsch] Berlin [1934] 3 
p. 1., 9-118 [1] p. 12mo. Contains 
music. © Mar. 8, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 
6; D 30760; S. Fischer verlag a.-g., 
Berlin. 4652 

Final (The) touch ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Doyle and R. H. Carlysle. © 
1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; D 30482; Wil- 
liam Doyle and Robert H. Carlysle, 
New York. 4653 

Finale (The) ; a prize-fight comedy 
melodrama in 3 acts, by Packer 
O'Gatty [pseud, of P. Agati] Rev. 
version. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1934; D 
30S36; Pasquale Agati, New York. 
4654 

Finesse; a comedy in 3 acts, by Edwin 
L. [Barker] and A. Barker. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1934. D 30717; Albert 
Barker, Chicago. 1655 

Fire across the sky; a dramatic com- 
position in 3 acts, by J. B. Smith, 
based on several incidents in Edgar 



Allen Poe's life. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1934; D 30705; Joe Bates Smith, 
New York. 4656 

First nighter; radio broadcast. Aug. 
3, 1934. Dead timber, by Darrell 
Ware. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934 : I » 30483 ; 
Campana sales co.. Batavia, 111. 

4657 

Aug. 10, 1934. The eatspaw, 

by Agnes Ridgway. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1934: D 30603; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 4658 

Aug. 17. 1934. The little 

black bag. by Edwin M. Marshall. 
© 1 e. Aug. 18, 1934; D 30710; 
Campana sales co.. Batavia, 111. 

4659 

Aug. 24. 1934. The stow- 
away, by Eloise Barrangon. © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1931; D 30838; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 4660 

First (The) spring; a play in 2 acts, 

by E. Gilbert. © 1 c. Aug. 15. 1934 ; 

D 30660; Edwin Gilbert. New York. 

4661 

Flea circus; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
M. Reddington. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1934 : 
D 30570; Bernard Michael Redding- 
ton, New York. 4ot!2 

Flower of freedom: by M. P. When. 

© 1 c. Aug. 29. 1934; D 30873; 

Myra Page Wiren, Locust Valley, 

L.I., N.Y. 4063 

Folk-song; a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
John F. Vuilleumier, translated by 
Theodore Lorenz. © 1 c. July 24, 
1934; D 30470; Jules A. Vuilleu- 
mier, New York. 4664 

Foolish follies: program no. 1. Paul 
Revere's ride, by Jean V. Grombacn 
and Leonard Holton. © 1 c. Aug. 
1, 1934; I) 30429; Grombacn pro- 
duction, inc.. New York. 4665 

Fool's mate ; or, Devil's work, a 
mysterious comedy in 2 acts, by R. 
Maibaum and A. Gould. © 1 c. 

June 14, 1934; D 30691; Richard 
Maibaum and Alan Gould. New 
York. 4666 

Fool's (A) passion; a play in ."» acts, 
by Lorson Herberts [pseud, of H. 
Lozier] © 1 c. July 10, 193 1: D 
30563; Herbert Lozier, New York. 

4667 

For her children. See Life for lives. 



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no. S, 1934 



4691 



For the plaintiff; a talking picture in 
22 scenes (a play in 3 acts) by 
L. H. Schleider. Rev. version. © 
1 c. Aug. 23, 1934; D 30S16 ; Louis 
H. Schleider, Brooklyn. 4668 

For your sake, Daddy ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Macklym Hartyl, from the 
foreign play by that title, by Leo 
Strauss and Johanns Rosier. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1934; D 30578; Thomas E. 
H. Black, Detroit. 4669 

Forbidden (The) dance; an opera 
libretto in 2 acts, by H. B. Smith. 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934; D 30799; 
Harry B. Smith, New York. 4670 

Forgotten ( The ) man ; a drama in 1 
act, by Jewell Bothwell Tull. Chi- 
cago [1934] 31 p. 12mo. © Aug. 
16, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 30748; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4671 

Fountain (The) of youth; a skit, by 
J. R, Osborn. © 1 c. May 21, 1934 ; 
D 30737 ; Julia Reese Osborn, Forest 
Grove, Or. 4672 

Four generations ; a 1-act play for 
Memorial day, by Rufus Learsi 
[pseud, of I. Goldberg] © 1 c. 
Aug. 22, 1934 ; D 30796 ; Israel Gold- 
berg, Brooklyn. 4673 

Four religious dramas ; suitable for 
churches with limited dramatic 
equipment, by Mary Hykes Harsh. 
Petersburg, W.Va., The Grant 
county press [1934] 24 p. 8vo. 
Contents. — Come out of the beaten 
path. — Profit by losing. — A hymnic 
drama. — The living Bible. © July 
31, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 4; D 30818; 
Mary Hykes Harsh, Petersburg, 
W.Va. 4674 

Four stakes ; or, The return of Bloody 
Butch, a clean play, by F. H. Dowd. 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 30720; F. 
Harrison Dowd, Madison, Conn. 

4675 

France — Louisiane ; piece en 3 actes, 
de L. C. May. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; 
D 30698; Laure Castellanos May, 
New Orleans. 4676 

Free (A) girl ; a play in 3 acts, by 

Fred Ballard [i.e.] J. F. Ballard. 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; D 30699 ; John 

Frederick Ballard, Peterboro, N.H. 

4677 

From rags to riches ; melodrama of 
New York life in 4 acts, by Chas. A. 
Taylor. New material added by 



George W. Poultnev. © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1934 ; D 30743 ; George W. Ponlt- 
ney, San Francisco. 4678 

From then to now ; a play in 6 acts,, 
by M. B. Martin. © 1 c. July 30,. 
1934 ; D 30460 ; Margaret B. Martin, 
Phoenix, Ariz. 4679 

Front ( Die ) unter tage ; ein bergwerks- 
stiick in 3 akten, von Josef Wies- 
salla. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934; D 
30906 ; Arcadia verlag, g.m.b.h., Ber- 
lin. 4680 

Game. See Calma. 

Garibaldi ; schauspiel in 4 akten, von 
Paul Altenberg. © 1 c. Aug. 6> 
1934 ; D 30766 ; Drei masken verlag: 
a.-g., Berlin. 4681- 

Genius on trial; scenes nos. 1-12, ai 
play by B. Fried. © 1 c. Aug. 13,. 
1934; D 30628; Bella Fried, Brook- 
lyn. 4682 

Gentlemen, good evening; a comedy in 
3 acts, by M. L. Glucher. © 1 c, 
Aug. 28, 1934; D 30853; Maurice 
Leon Glucher, Hicksville, N.Y. 4683; 

Gentlewoman's gazette; script nos.. 
1-3, by Lillian R. Lowans [i.e. Lil- 
lian Ruth Lowans Jason] © 1 c_ 
each Aug. 30, 1934 ; D 30881-30883 ;: 
Lillian Ruth Lowans (Mrs. Alexan- 
der H. Jason) New York. 4684-^686 

Get out of your cage ; by Mary Plow- 
man. (In Prize one-act plays. Lon- 
don, George G. Harrap & co., ltd. 
[1934] ) © June 2, 1934 ; 1 c. June 
29; D 30672; Mary Plowman, Ox- 
ford, England. 4687 

Giant's stride ; a play in 3 acts, by- 
R. H. Hepburn. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1934; D 30676; Richard Houghton 
Hepburn, West Hartford, Conn. 



Girl (The) from Italy; or, Yolanda, 
a comedy in 3 acts, by Hutcheson 
Boyd. © 1 c. Aug. 20', 1934; D 
30729; Arnold Wolford, Santa Mon- 
ica, Calif. 4689 

Girls, inc., Blind dates ; by Mila Lund. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1934 ; D 30669 ; Mila 
E. Lund, New York. 4690 

Go West young man ; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, with accompaniment 
for piano or orchestra, written and 
composed by Merlin S. Temple. 
Summit, N.J., 1934. 70 p. fol. © 
June 21, 1934; 2 c. June 22; D 
28706; Merlin S. Temple, Summit, 
N.J. 4691 



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4092 



pt. i, v. 7 



Gods decide. See Job. 

Gotter mid riesen ; ein lustspiel mit 
spreehchoren in 9 episoden fiir 
deutsche schulen, yon Otto Koi- 
schwitz. Middlebury, Vt., The In- 
terscholastic federation of German 
clubs, Middlebury college, 1934. 31 
p. 8vo. © Aug. 1, 1934 ; 1 c. Aug. 
S; 1 c. Aug. 20; D 30819; Otto Koi- 
schwitz, Long Island City, N.Y. 4692 

Golden apple; a play in 3 acts, by 

E. H. Smith and L. McCamy. © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1934; D 30612; Earl 
Hobson Smith and Louise McCamy, 
Harrogate, Tenn. 4693 

Golden bird. See Once upon a time. 

Golden (The) touch. See Let's pre- 
tend. 

Goldene (Der) Pierrot; operette in 8 
bildern von Oskar Felix und Otto 
Kleinert. Musik von Walter W. 
Goetze. Regiebuch. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1934; D 30767; Allegro theaterver- 
lag, g.m.b.h., Berlin. 4694 

Gone but not forgotten ; a farce-com- 
edy in 3 acts, bv Burch Laker [i.e. 

F. G. B. Baker] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1934; D 30S69; Frank Glenn Burch 
Baker, Pasadena. 4695 

Good (A) cry; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Cairns and F. Hopkins. © 1 c. 
July 20, 1934; D 30458; Dorothy 
Cairns, Hollywood, Calif., Florence 
Hopkins. Philadelphia. 4696 

Good night, Mr. Craig; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Peter-Moune [pseud, of 

G. H. McCall and S. Bouvet de Lo- 
zier] A revision of play by same 
authors entitled Another racket. © 
1 c. Aug. 22, 1934 ; D 30S02 ; S. Bou- 
vet de Lozier, New York. 4697 

Goodbye — please; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. C. Chase. © 1 c. Aug. 9. 1934; 
D 30571; Herbert C. Chase, New 
York. 4698 

Grace Henry ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
David Gaille [pseud, of H. L. Daiell] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1934 ; D 30674 ; Har- 
vey L. Daiell, Brooklyn. 4699 

Grandpa goes hunting; a comedy in 

I act, by Marion Short. Minneapo- 
lis, 1934. 30 p. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 
1934 ; 2 c. July 23 ; D 3044S ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 4700 

Grange (The) goat; a 2 act play, by 
Erie E. Jones. 1934. cover-title, 

II p. 16mo. © Mar. 10, 1934 ; 2 c. 
June 15; D 30443; Earle E. Jones, 
Caldwell, Id. 4701 



Great (The) Abraham Lincoln 

drama; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 

Rank. © 1 c. July 18, 1934: D 

30457; R. E. Green, Lincoln. Neb. 

4702 

Greatest (The) of these; a play in 1 
act from the story of the same 
name, by Carl H. Claudy, published 
in the Masonic news (Detroit. Mich- 
igan) 1927. The Masonic service 
association of the United States. 
1934. cover-title. 14 numb. 1. 
facsim., diagr. 4to. © Aug. 1, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 1; D 306S8; Carl 
H. Claudy, Washington. 4703 

Greenwich (A) village nocturne; an 
exotic tale from Greenwich village, 
a play in 5 parts, by Jack Donald- 
son [pseud, of W. J. MacDonald] 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; I) 30623; 
William J. MacDonald, Los Angeles. 
4704 

Hark, hark, the lark! comedy in 3 
acts, by R. M. Knerr. © 1 c. Ausr. 
10, 1934; D 30583; Russell Master 
Knerr. Allentown, Pa. 47<)."» 

He troups to conquer : a farce comedy 
of ruses and romance, by Leonard 
W. Diegre. Minneapolis, 1034. 28 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 1. 1934: 2 c. 
July 23: D 30445; Northwestern 
press. Minneapolis. 47H0 

He was a gay senorita : a farce- 
comedy, by Austin Goetz. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company 
[19341 Dayton. O., Paine publish- 
ing company [1934J 104 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Aug. 21. 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
23; D 30S05; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 4707 

Hell hath no fury: or. A woman 
scorned, bv M. Wentworth. © 1 e. 
Aug. 20. 1934; D 30732; Margaret 
Wentworth, New York. 4708 

Help wanted female: a play in 3 

ac r s, by D. Flanini and Charles 

Martin. © 1 c. Aug. 1. 1934: D 

30425: Donald Flamm. New York. 

4709 

Here I am: a bit of nonsense in 1 
act, by F. T. Crafts. © 1 c. Aug. 
21. 1984; D 30774: Flora Taylor 
Crafts. Manchester, Mass. 4710 



Hidden (The) force. 
(The) hadji. 



See White 



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4731 



Hidden treasure ; a play for children 
or grown ups, by. Selden M. Lor- 
ing. Boston [1934] 41 p. 12mo. 
© July 12, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 2; D 
30362; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. # 4711 

Hitch and run; a play in a prologue 
and 2 acts, by S. B. Smith and 
L. S. Prumbs. © 1 c. i^ug. 1, 
1934 ; D 30431 ; Sarah B. Smith 
and Lucille S. Prunibs, New York. 

4712 

Hitler's last day ; a 1-act comedy, by 
L. Bobbins. 

.oi'axn xy 1 ? pa ;jkd -lyoxj? 1 ? D'lyVtrn 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 30782; 
Leo Robbins, New York. 4713 

Home (The) life of the O'Neills; 
episodes 1-5, by J. West. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 23, 1934 ; D 30807-30811 ; 
Edward Wolf and Jane West, New 
York. 4714-4718 

Honest sinners and dishonest saints ; 
a comedy drama in 4 acts, written 
and published by T. E. Smedley 
[and] Edna Bergdorf. [Eureka 
Springs, Ark., 1934] 44 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 1, 1934 ■; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 
30863; T. E. Smedley and Edna 
Bergdorf, Eureka Springs, Ark. 

4719 

Horse sense in three facts ; by Leo 
Benedict [pseud, of W. F. Kohn] 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934; D 30537; 
Walter F. Kohn, Stamford, Conn. 

4720 

Hot biscuits ; a farce in 1 act, by Le 
Roy Stahl. Minneapolis, 1934. 17 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 1934; 2 c. 
July 23; D 30447; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4721 

House (The) by the side of the 
road; a melodrama in 3 acts, by 
F. N. Rogers. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1934; 
D 30738 ; Franklin Norwood Rogers. 
Manchester, N.H. 4722 

Howl (The) of the wolf; a folk play 
in 1 act, by Elizabeth Hyer Neff. 
Chicago [1934] 33 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Aug. 16, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; 
D 30752; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 4723 

Human beings being human ; acting 
character monologues, by Lilian 
Holmes Strack. Boston [1934] 134 
p. 12mo. Contents. — And points 
north. — Budging the budget. — De- 
tour — straight ahead. — For the bene- 
fit of — . — Fragile! Please handle 



with care. — Fried, baked or fricas- 
seed. — Ice cold ! — I'll be seeing 
you ! — It gives me great pleasure — . 
— I use this line, myself. — Low, in- 
termediate and high. — Station 
BLAB or Mike-ado about nothing.— 
Not this year. — Quiet home in the 
suburbs. — Something in hats, please. 
— Window shopping. © Aug. 7, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 18; aff. Aug. 20; 
A 73932 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 4723* 

Human (The) Christmas gift; a 1-act 
Christmas play, by Grace Sorenson. 
Chicago [1934] 25 p. 16mo. © 
Aug. 9, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; D 30615 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 4724 

Human (The) soul; a play in 1 act 
arranged for presentation, from the 
life of Dr. Adolph Berrich, by J. A. 
Schwenk. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; 
D 30622; John Andrew Schwenk, 
Kingston, N.Y. 4725 

Hurricane house; a play in 3 acts, 
by Josiah Walker Bancroft. © 1 c. 
July 18. 1934 ; D 30454 ; J. W. Ban- 
croft, Fairfield, Ala. 4726 

Husband (The) of a star; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by Prince A. Soumbatoff ; 
translated from Russian by V. 
Ughet. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1934; D 
30467; Valentine Ughet, New York. 
4727 

Hymnic drama. See Four religious 
dramas. 

I have been forsaken ; or, The rash 
vow, a tragedy in 3 acts, by George 
De Marco. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; 
D 30740; George Joseph De Marco, 
Philadelphia. 4728 

In Ellen's kitchen ; a 1-act play, by 
P. P. Etz. © 1 c. July 31, 1934; 
D 30653; Pearl Potter. Etz, Be- 
thesda, Md. 4729 

In such a night ; by Ted Fetter [i.e. 
T.'H. Fetter] © 1 c. July 17, 1934; 
D 30771; Theodore Henry Fetter, 
Princeton, N.J. 4730 

In terra di leggenda ; [opera in] 3 
atti di Cesare Meano. [Musica di] 
Lodovico Rocca. Riducione dell' au- 
tore per canto e pianoforte. Milano, 
New York [etc.] 1934. 6 p. 1., 242 
p. front, (port.) 4to. © Aug. 14, 
1934 ; 1 c. Aug. 14 ; D 28712 ; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 4731 



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4732 



pt. I, v. 7 



In the hands of man ; a farcical fan- 
tasy in a prologue and 3 acts, by 
L. E. Vogel. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1934; 
D 30868 ; Lester E. Vogel, New York. 
4732 

In the red ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. L. Scribner. © 1 c. July 28, 
1934 ; D 30739 ; Robert Leslie Scrib- 
ner, Bridgeport, Conn. 4733 

In the telegraph office ; by F. Lonyai. 
© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1934 ; D 30718 ; Fer- 
dinand Lonyai, Long Beach, Calif. 
4734 

Incognita ; a musical comedy in 2 acts, 
original by A. Alfaro de Conte, Eng- 
lish version translated and adapted 
from the original in Spanish by the 
author. Text. © 1 c. July 27, 1934 ; 
D 30888; Anna Alfaro de Conte, 
Brooklyn. 4735 

comedia musical en 2 actos, por 

A. Alfaro de Conte. Spanish ver- 
sion. Text. © 1 c. July 27, 1934: 
D 30887; Anna Alfaro de Conte, 
Brooklyn. 4736 

Indira. See Sin of the mother. 

Information please ; by B. Telaak. © 
1 c. July 21, 1934; D 30696; Bill 
Telaak, Buffalo. 4737 

Is you a fool ? a musical comedy drama 
in 1 act, by M. W. Willis, sr. Li- 
bretto. © 1 c. Aug. 21. 1934; D 
30780; Moxley Waldo Willis, sr., 
Baltimore. 4738 

Isle (The) of Ariel; a play for chil- 
dren and grown-ups in 3 acts, by M. 
M. Sweeny. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 1934; 
D 30877 ; Maida M. Sweeny, Larch- 
mont, N.Y. 4739 

It's your misfortune ; musical comedy 
in 2 parts, book, lyrics and melodies 
by E. E. Chesterman. © 1 c. Aug. 
8. 1934; D 28705; Elnora Emily 
Chesterman, San Diego, Calif. 4740 

Jack the ripper ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Leslie Reade. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1934 ; 
D 30553 ; Leslie Isaac Reade, New 
York. 4741 

Jane Wogan ; by Florence Howell. (In 
Prize one-act plays. London, George 
G. Harrap & co., ltd. [1934]) © 
June 2, 1934 ; 1 c. June 29 ; D 30673 ; 
Florence Howell, Pembroke Dock, 
S. Wales. 4742 

Je ne sais rien de plus. See Reflets 
etranges. 

Jewish (A) tragedy; drama in 3 acts, 
by Baruch Bernard. New York, 



Bloch publi slung co.. 1934. 160 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 10, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
17; D 30689; Baruch Bernard, New 
York. 4743 

Jill and Mr. Jack; a play in 3 acts, 

by P. Goodman. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 

1934; D 30534; Philip Goodman, 

New York. 4744 

Jo, I'm here. See Between the lines. 

Job ; or, The gods decide, a play in 3 
scenes, by Charles Shope. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1934; D 30574; Charles 
H. B. Sutton Shope, New York. 

4745 

Joli (Le) monde; comedie en 3 actes, 
de Alfred Savoir [pseud, of A. Poz- 
nanski] and Jean Sarrus. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1934 ; D 30370 ; Alfred Poz- 
nanski and Jean Sarrus, Paris. 4746 

Jolly buccaneers; a radio operetta in 
13 episodes, by L. R. Cook. Text. 
episode 2. © 1 e. Aug. 6. 1934 ; D 
30538; Laurence Russell Cook, Los 
Angeles. 4747 

episode 3. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 

1934 ; D 30618 : . Laurence Russell 
Cook, Los Angeles. 4748 

Jose and Joan ; a play in 2 parts 
with prologue, intermezzo and epi- 
logue, by R. Brackman. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18. 1934; D 30715; Raquel 
Brackman, Noank, Conn. 4749 

Josephine ; drame en 5 actes, par 
Louis E. Brun. © 1 c. Julv 28, 
1934 ; D 30455 ; Louis Etienne Brun, 
Los Gatos, Calif. 4750 

Julius Caesar. See Beacon lights of 
literature. 

Just families; a play in 7 scenes, by 
Gertrude S. Hays. © 1 c. Aus. 20, 
1934: D 30742; Gertrude Hays, 
Brooklyn. 4751 

Just for laughs. See Panther Peggy. 

Kaser's complete minstrel guide: a 
collection of minstrel materia] for 
every occasion, by Arthur LeRoy 
K.iser. Chicago [1934 1 152 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 16. 1934: 2 e. Aug. 
20; D 30750: Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 47-"i2 

Katharine Pan-, illustrious queen of 
King Henry VIII: a drama in 3 
acts, by W. L. Hillyer. © 1 c. Aug.. 
2.1. 1934; 1) 30839; William Lowe 
Hillyer, Washington. 4753: 



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no. 8, 1934 



4769* 



Key to freedom ; a satirical sketch, by 
M. R. Thorup. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1934 ; 
D 30648; M. Romney Thorup, Los 
Angeles. 4754 

Key$ and cue$ ; (business plays) for 
reading or presentation, the dramatic 
way of teaching business attitudes, 
by Bruce Allyn Findlay, Esther Blair 
Findlay. New York, Chicago, The 
Gregg publishing company [1934] x, 
591 p. 12mo. Contents. — Two-act 
plays : Hang on. — Minutes are pen- 
nies. — Fishin'. — Fighting hear t. — 
Caught. — All wool. — F 1 a s h. — Hard 
boiled. — One act plays : Speed. — The 
golden hand. — Power. — College 
bread. — The best policy. — The big 
moment. — The dreamer. — Sterling. — 
Murder will out. — Thin ice. — Short 
plays : Be yourself, Dora. — The third 
degree. — A dollar down. — In my 
opinion. — Prospects. — Brains.— Roll- 
ing stones. — A check from Daddy. — 
A badge of honor. — Sketches ; Tricks 
and trades. — The dotted line. — Are 
you sure, Mr. HosterV © July 18, 
1934 ; 2 c. and aff . July 23 ; A 73562 ; 
Bruce Allyn Findlay, Los Angeles. 

4754* 

King Cole; episodes 1-5, words, dia- 
logue and music, by M. E. Arm- 
strong. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1934 ; 
D 30837 ;' Margaret Elizabeth Arm- 
strong, Lac L'Aehigon, P. Q., via 
Shawbridge, Que. 4755 

Kingdom (The) of content; a play in 
4 acts, by L. K. Ansoacher. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1934; D 30856; Louis K. 
Anspacher, Ossining, N.Y. 4756 

Kris Malm ; a play in 4 acts, by A. M. 
Larson or Anders Magnus Larson 
[pseud, of M. E. E. Larson] © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1934; D 30831; May Elsie 
Elizabeth Larson, Builth Wells, 
Brecs, South Wales. 4757 

Ladies' money ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Flournoy, L. Hazard and G. Ab- 
bott, based on a play Manhattan 
medley, by R. Flournoy, and L. 
Hazard. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1934; D 
30884 ; Richard Flournoy, New York, 
Lawrence Hazard, Hollywood, Calif., 
and George Abbott, New York. 

4758 

Lady Eileen ; or, Love on a holiday, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Geraldine Bon- 
ner and Hutcheson Boyd. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1934 ; D 30824 ; Arnold Wol- 
ford, Santa Monica, Calif. 4759 



Lady (The) loses her hoop; a gay 
little comedy in 1 act, by Leisa 
Graeme Wilson. Boston [1934] 15 
p. plate. 12mo. © July 16, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 2; D 30355; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4760 

Lamb (A) among wolves; a play in 2 
scenes, dramatized from Dickens's 
novel Oliver Twist, by D. M. Vance. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934 ; D 30624 ; Daisy 
Melville Vance, Berkeley, Calif. 

4761 

Lament in prose. See Pickle factory- 
Lane (A) ; szinmii 3 felvonasban, irta : 
Hatvany Lilly [i.e. Lilly Hatvany] 
© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1934 ; D 30909 ; Alex- 
ander Marton, Budapest, Hungary.. 
4762 

Latchkeys for ladies ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Claudia Harris. Boston 
[1934] 85 p. 12iiio. © July 12, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; D 30360 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4763 

Laughing prosperity; a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. D'Albert. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1934; D 30840; Charles D'Albert, 
New York. 4764 

Laughing (The) woman. See Famous: 
plays of 1933-1934. 

Left bank idyll ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. E. Balluff. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934 ; 
D 30635; Ruth Elizabeth Balluff, 
Kenosha, Wis. 4765 

Less majesty ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. E. Harris. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1934 ; 
D 30427; George Edward Harris, 
New York. 4766 

Lest we forget, where are our dead?' 
play, by C. A. B. Peterson. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1934; D 30894; Cora Anna 
Beal Peterson, Phoenix,. Ariz. 4767 

Let's pretend ; four half hour plays for 
young people, by Alice C. D. Riley. 
Boston [1934] 144 p. 12 mo. Con- 
tents. — The bubble peddler. — The 
golden touch, an original dramatiza- 
tion of the Greek myth. — The willow 
tree, a fantasy in somewhat the 
Chinese manner. — The ugly ducklinsc, 
an original dramatization of the 
Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. 
© Aug. 8, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 18; D 
30746 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 
476& 

Libel; a drama in 3 acts, by Ward 
Dorane [pseud, of] (Edward Wooll) 
© 1 c. May 26, 1934 ; D 30581 ; Ed- 
ward Wooll, London. 4769 



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4770 



pt. I, v. 7 



Liebestraum (Ein) ; singspiel in 3 
akten unci einem vorspiel (Nach 
eineni entwurf von dr. Franz Mar- 
tos und L. Szilagyi) von Heinz 
Reichert. Musik von Karl Komjati. 
Vollstandiges regie- und soufflierbuch. 
Wien [etc.] 1934. 99, [1] p. diagrs. 
8vo. © Jan. 4, 1934 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; 
D 30525 ; W. Karczag verlag, Vienna. 
4770 

Liever (Der) rabbi; historical drama 
in 4 acts, by Michl Davidsohn 
[pseud, of J. M. Davidsohn] 
4 f k ya*m yernxBOTi ;'m "lynyV -r>n 

.JKITTIXT Va'S ]1D ,]BpK 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1934 ; D 30639 ; Jacob 
Michel Davidsohn, Brooklyn. 4771 

Life (A) for lives; a play in 3 acts, 
by Ruth Nanda Anshen, assisted by 
V. P. Solotaroff, adapted from the, 
play : For her children, by Dr. H. 
Solotaroff. © 1 c. July 16, 1934; 
D 30823; Vera P. Solotaroff, New 
York. 4772 

Life plays its little joke; a play in 7 
acts, by S. L. Mook. © 1 c. July 
26, 1934; D 30735; Susan L. Mook, 
Highland Park, Mich. 4773 

Lights (The) and shadows of the 
news; by Earl Sparling. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1934; D 30376; Jean V. 
Grombach, inc., New York. 4774 

Lines and spaces ; by C. H. Cable ; 
episode nos. 27-29. © 1 c each, 
Aug. 14, 1934; D 30644-30646; 
Clarence Henry Cable, Norwalk, 
Conn. 4775-4777 

episode nos. 30, 31. © 1 c 

each Aug. 18, 1934 ; D 30711, 30712 ; 
Clarence Henry Cable, Norwalk, 
Conn. 4778, 4779 

Link (The) ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by Benrimo [i.e. J. H. Ben- 
rimo] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 
30788; M. C. Lange, New York. 

4780 

Little (The) black bag. See First 
nighter. 

Living Bible. See Four religious 
dramas. 

:Lo! The poor millionaire; a modern 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. Bourdelle. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934 ; D 30619 ; Joan 
Bourdelle, New York. 4781 

Lola Montez. See Death Valley days. 

Lone (The) Ranger by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-9-A 11. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 15, 17, 1934; D 30663, 
30664, 30707 ; Kunsky-Trendle broad- 
casting Corp., Detroit. 4782-4784 

no. A-12. © 1 c Aug. 31, 

1934; D 30902; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 4785 

Lonely (The) man; a social com- 
mentary in 3 acts, a prologue and 
an epilogue, by Howard Koch. © 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1934 ; D 30876 ; Howard 
E. Koch and Lucie May Koch, New- 
York. 4786 

Love is everything ; a style-show in 
4 acts, by Alice Hayes Robertson. 
[1934] 31 p. lOino. © Aug. 18, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 23; D 30803; Alice 
Hayes Robertson, Chicago. 4787 

Love (The) life of Captain Queen; 
a tragedy in 3 acts, bv F. Schlick. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; D 30701 ; 
Frederick Schlick, Portland, Or. 

4788 

Love on a holiday. See Lady Eileen. 

Lovey (divine) ; romantic operetta in 
3 acts, by G. Herold-Schultheis. 
Text. © 1 c. June 30, 1934; D 
30560 ; Gustav Herold-Schultheis, 
Los Angeles. 4789 

Ma Preston. See Death Valley days. 

Macht (Tiberius und Sejan) ; his- 
torisches sehauspiel in 5 akten. von 
I. M. Heyser. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934 ; 
D 30765; Drei" masken' verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 4790 

Mad spectacle ; the tragedy of John 
Faust, in 3 acts, by Ralph Mead. © 
1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; D 30621; Ralph 
Henry Mead, Merrill, Wis. 4791 

Mademoiselle Linda. See Reflets 
etranges. 

Magic (The) gum tree; an Australian 
musical play for children, by Arline 
Sauer. Sydney, 1934. 24 p. 8vo. 
© June 11, 1934; 1 c. June 21; D 
2S704; AV. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 4792 

Magic (The) melody; a play in 10 
scenes, by Adelaide Cohen. © 1 c. 
Aug. 2, 1934; D 30437; Frank M. 
Cohen in trust for Adelaide Cohen, 
New York. 4793 

Magic (The) moment. See Vase. 

Magic (The) voice; a Lincoln play in 

1 act, by Rufua Learsi [psued. of 

I. Goldherg] © 1 c. Aug. 22. 11)34: 

D 30794 ; Israel Goldberg, Brooklyn. 

4794 



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no. 8, 1934 



4813 



Maiden vows. See Man, you are a 
jackass. 

Man (The) and the empire; a play in 
a prelude and 4 acts, by O. K. Robin- 
son. © 1 c. June 8, 1934 ; D 30565 ; 
Olga K. Robinson, Menlo Park, 
Calif. 4795 

Man, you are a jackass; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Exwiezy and J. J. Steph- 
ens, based on the play, Sluby pani- 
enski (Maiden vows) by Alexander 
Fredro. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934; D 
30789' ; Joseph J. Stephens and Aloy- 
isius Exwiezy, Erie, Pa. 4796 

Manager (The) ; by Al. Boasberg. © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1934; D 30608; Calny, 
inc., New York. 4797 

Manhattan idyll ; a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts; by M. E. Ringnalda. © 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; D 30596; Margo 
Elizabeth Ringnalda, New York. 

4798 

Manhattan medley. See Ladies' 
money. 

Marionette (The) ; a drama in 2 acts, 
by E. Glazer. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; 
D 30775; Etta Glazer, Dorchester, 
Mass. 4799 

Mary Ann on the lonely trail; a com- 
edy drama in 3 acts, by E. L. Mit- 
chell and D. E. McCuistian. © 1 c. 
July 16, 1934; D 30564; Elbert L. 
Mitchell and Dell E. McCuistian, 
Draker Creek, Ark. 4800 

Mary — queen of stars; or, Every wom- 
an's enemy, a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Cox. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1934 ; D 30465 ; 
Curt Cox, Hollywood, Calif. 4801 

Mary Tudor (A translation and adap- 
tation of Victor Hugo's) ; in 3 acts, 
by A. Dean. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1934 ; 
D 30852; Alexander Dean, New 
Haven. 4802 

Master (The) of Gadshill ; authentic 
episodes in the life of Charles Dick- 
ens based chiefly on his correspond- 
ence with the sweetheart of his early 
manhood, in 3 acts, by H. H. Harp- 
er. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1934 ; D 30599 ; 
Henry H. Harper, Berlin, Mass. 

4803 

Medicine (The) show. See Beacon 
lights of literature. 

Meet Mrs. Beeton; a culinary comedy 
in 1 act, by L. du Garde Peach. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, 
The Year book press, ltd. [1934] 
24 p. 12mo. (The Year book press 



series of plays) © July 9, 1934; 

1 c. July 24 ; D 30453 ; L. du Garde 
Peach, Derbyshire, England. 4804 

Mill (The) of the gods; a drama in 
3 acts, by Eugene Todd [pseud, of 
Jean Lee Latham] Chicago [1934] 
91 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Aug. 16, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 30756; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4805 

Miller (The) of Mountain Falls; a 
thrilling drama of the old days with 
a vital message for these clays, by 
Guy P. Benner. [Rockland, Mass., 
Edward H. Austin, 1934] cover- 
title, 50 p. 8vo. © Aug. 6. 1934; 

2 c. Aug. 15; D 30656; Guy P. Ben- 
ner, Rockland, Mass. 4806 

Miracle (The) of the clock; a Christ- 
mas miracle play in 2 scenes, by 
Margaret Eckman. Boston [1934] 
23 p. diagr. 12 mo. Contains 
music. © July 12, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
2; D 30356; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4807 

Mistress Mary of the Mojave. See 
Death Valley days. 

Molehill (The) ; in 2 prologues and 3 
acts, text and music by S. P. J. 
Sims. © 1 c. July 26, 1934; D 
28710 ; Sarah Pauline Johnson Sims, 
Narberth, Pa. 4808 

Mollie the old maid ; a drama in 3 
acts by L. Bobbins. 

.03'3NT 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934 ; D 30627 ; Leo 
Robbins, New York. 4809 

Mon crime ! . . . comedie en 2 actes et 
7 tableaux [par] Georges Berr et 
Louis Verneuil [pseud, of L. Collin] 
Paris, 1934. 38, [3] p. 4to. (La 
Petite illustration, no. 675) © May 
19, 1934; 1 c. July 24; D 30367; 
Georges Berr and Louis Collin, 
Paris. 4810 

Moon madness ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
I. J. Santora. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1934 ; 
D 30466 ; Inez J. Santora, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 4811 

Most beautiful lies; a romantic-com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Leo Wason. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1934; D 30547; Leo Robert 
Wason, Kearny, N.J. 4812 

Mottenkiste (Die) ; komodie in 3 
akten, von Vera Bern. © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1934 ; D 30763 ; Biihnenverlag Aim 
& Simrock, Berlin. 4S13 



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4814 



pt. 



Movie (The) queen; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Adella Cramer. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13. 1934; D 30620; 
Amateur theatre guild, Boston. 

4814 

Mussolini ; historical drama in 3 acts, 
by V. G. Selvaggi. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1934 ; D 30S45 ; Vincent G. Selvaggi. 
St. Louis. 4815 

My lady Erminie; in 2 acts, by E. A. 
Paulton. Text. © 1 c. July 2, 
1934; D 30377; Edward Antonio 
Paulton. Hollywood, Calif. [Copy- 
right claimed on new dialogue: new 
treatment of story : change of locale : 
new lyrics] 4816 

My song and my star ; a Christmas 
pageant, book and lyrics by Marian 
Morris, incidental music by Miriam 
Lois Fisher [pseud, of Ira B. Wil- 
son] New York, Dayton, O., 1934. 
20 p. 8vo. © July 5, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 9 ; D 28716 ; Lorenz publishing 
co., Dayton. O. 4817 

Myra's sixth child ; a two act play, 
by F. M. Jordan. © 1 c Aug. 14. 
1934; D 30643; Farris Margaret 
Jordan, New York. 4818 

Nemesis ; a 1-act opera, by M. Mott- 
Smith. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1934 ; 
D 30768; May Mott-Smith, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4819 

New dawn ; a fairy play in 1 act, by 
Rufus Learsi [pseud, of I. Gold- 
berg] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934; D 
30790; Israel Goldberg, Brooklyn. 

4820 

New (A) deal for Mary; a comedy in 
1 act, by Daniel Fager. Minneapo- 
lis. 1934. 17 p. 12mo. © Aug. 27, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 30859 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 4821 

New (The) love deal; a constructive 

satire in 4 acts, by Helen Gholson 

Kittreclge. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934 ; D 

30588 ; Helen G. Kittredge,* Denver. 

4822 

Nifty Nyce ; by J. D. Murphy. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1934; D 30850; Chas. A. 
Loder, New York. 4823 

Night (A) at an inn. Sec Beacon 
lights of literature. 

No goose so gray ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Burnham. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1934; D 30540; Helen Burnham, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4824 



No mind of her own ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by T. Bullock. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1934; D 30555; Turner Bullock, Put- 
ney, Vt. 4825 

No to himself; a matter of destiny in 
3 acts, by J. B. Mackie. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1934; D 30700; Jean Bry- 
son Mackie, Hollywood, Calif. 4826 

Noah knows ; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by A. H. Menkin. © 1 c. 
Aug. 2, 1934 : D 30438 ; Arthur How- 
ard Menkin, New York. 4827 

Noel ; a dramatic sketch in 3 acts, by 
C. T. Edmunds. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1934; D 30854; Catharine Tarr Ed- 
munds, Utica, N.Y. 4828 

Nude (The) Diane; comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by Lea Medisca [pseud, of L. 
L. Roux] © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934; D 
30522; Lea L. Ronx, New York. 

4829 

Nujol's clinic of the air; episodes 1- 
39, by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
1 c. each Aug. 4, 1934; D 30483- 
30521 ; McCann-Erickson, inc.. New 
York. 4830-4868 

Nut (The) ; a sketch, by Louis La 
Bey [pseud, of L. La Bissonniere] 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1934 ; D 30435 ; Louis 
La Bissonniere, New York. 4869 

Oh ! oh ! Odette ! a farce-comedy play 
in 1 act, by S. Phillips. © 1 c. 
Aug. 31, 1934; D 30903; Stanley 
Phillips, Colorado Springs, Col. 

4870 

Oh, Paris, Paris ; a comedy-farce in 3 
acts, by J. E. Silver. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1934; D 30464; J. Edward Silver. 
Jersey City. 4871 

Oh, the pity of it; or. Dirty work at 
Uncle Sam's post office, a melodrama 
in 4 acts, by Zoe Rae ami D. P. 
Chandler. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1984; D 
30542; Davis P. Chandler. Glendale. 
Calif. 4ST2 



Old fashioned ; by David Kirkland 
[pseud, of D. H. Swim] © 1 c. Aug. 
24, 1934; D 30S25 : David Hen 
Swim, New York. 4873 



„1 
5 



Old (The) grove; a play for arbor 
day. by Rufus Learsi [pseud, of I. 
Goldberg] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 19:54 ; D 
30791 ; Israel Goldberg, Brooklyn. 

4874 

Oliver Twist. See Lamb (A) among 
wolves. 

On the rocks. See Festgefahren ! 



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no. S, 1934 



Once upon a time; episode 26. The 
golden "bird, a fantasy of Fairyland, 
for the radio, by David Taylor. © 
1 c. July 10, 1934; D 30374; Amer. 
radio features syndicate, Los An- 
geles. 4875 

One act plays for women ; selected by 
A. P. Sanford. New York, 1934. v, 
236 p. 12mo. Contents. — Lady of 
dreams, by Percival Wilde. — The 
last frontier, by Adelaide C. Row- 
ell. — The death of Anulis, by Grace 
Dorcas Ruthenburg. — The screen, by 
Jerry Emerson. — The clock, by Per- 
ry Boyer Corneau. — Just babies, by 
Iris Vinton. — Culture, by Mirjane 
Strong. — Susan should marry, by 
Lucy Barton. — All's vanity, by Ma- 
rion Holbrook. — Kid gloves, by Ma- 
rion Holbrook. — The siege, by Colin 
'Clements. — Letters, by Florence Ry- 
erson and Colin Clements. — Retired, 
by Perry Boyer Corneau. © Aug. 
22, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; aft. Aug. 25 ; 
A 74659; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 4875* 

One hour to live; a play in a pro- 
logue. 2 acts and epilogue, by R. 
Streifer. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 
30725 ; Ruth Streifer, New York. 



One man's paradise ; a play in a 
prologue, 3 acts and epilogue, by R. 
Porter. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1934; D 
30724; Rogers Porter, San Fran- 
cisco. 4877 

One night stand ; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Best program, July 6, 13, 20, 27, 
1934) © 1 c. each Aug. 4, 1934; D 
30476-30479 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 4878-4881 

One word alone ; a sketch in 1 act, 
by Paul S. McCoy. Minneapolis, 
1934. 7 p. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 1934 ; 
2 c. Aug. 1 ; D 30364 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4882 

Opferstunde ; schauspiel in 3 akten, 
von Hellmuth Unger. Berlin [1934] 
62 p. 16mo. © Apr. 25, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 6; D 30758; Verlag Neues 
volk, Berlin. 4883 

Orchid (The) squad; a comedy in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Fred Heren- 
deen, music by Dave Stamper. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934; D 
30875; Fred Herendeen, Chicago. 

4884 



Other fish ; a play in 3 acts, by R. A. 
Simon and R. T. Colwell. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1934; D 30442; Robert A. 
Simon and Robert T. Colwell, New 
York. 4885 

Other lips ; a comedy in 3 acts, by A. 
S. Jarvie. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; D 
30776; Alex. S. Jarvie, New York. 



Oxtail college minstrels ; a complete 
minstrel show, by Phil Wayne 
[pseud, of Arthur L. Kaser] Bos- 
ton [1934] 64 p. 12mo. © July 
16, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; D 30353 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 4887 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 231-236, 238-252, by Frank 
Datim. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934; D 
30532 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4888 

Paean (A) of victory ; a play in 3 
acts, by S. Sommerfeld. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1934; D 30647; Siegfried 
Sommerfeld, Brooklyn. 4889 

Paging Mr. Tweedy ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Susan Harrison Cobb. Bos- 
ton [1934] 20 p. 12mo. © July 
12, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 2; D 30358; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4890 

Pair (A) of gold shoe buckles; a 
fantasy in 3 acts, by C. H. Rodgers. 
Rev. version. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1934 ; 
D 30670; Carrolyn Hale Rodgers, 
Pelham Manor, N.Y. 4891 

Panther Peggy; or, Just for laughs, a 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. Peterson. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; D 30593; 
Marjorie Peterson, New York. 4892 

Park avenue Arabs ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by F. Hatton and Fanny Hat- 
ton. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934 ; D 30589 ; 
Frederic Hatton, Bronxville, N.Y. 

4893 

Park scene ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Estelle Morando. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1934; D 30704; Estelle 
Meyer, New York. 4894 

Party's (The) over; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Daniel Kusell. Boston 
[1934] 3 p. 1., 5-157 p. 12mo. © 
July 16, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; D 30354 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4S95 

Passion's prodigal ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. Maronde. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1934; D 30872; Eleanor Maronde, 
San Marino, Calif. 4S96 



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Patsy strings along; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1934; D 30900; Len D. Hollister, 
South Casco, Me. 4897 

Paul Revere's ride. See Foolish follies. 

Phooey ; an original musical comedy in 
2 acts, by L. Wynn. Text. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1934 ; D 305S2 ; Larry Wynn, 
Chicago. 4898 

Pia de' Tolomei ; opera in 4 atti, versi 
e musica dell'artista, P. Leoni. 
Libretto di Cesare Barbieri. © 1 c. 
June 25, 1934; D 28714; Pasquale 
Leoni, San Francisco. 4899 

Pickle factory ; or, Lament in prose, 
a play in 3 acts, by J. J. Sullivan. 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934 ; D 30826 ; John 
J. Sullivan, Lawrence, Mass. 4900 

Pin a pin on me ; a comedy in 1 act. 
by Gordon Berry. Chicago [1934] 
32 p. 12mo. © Aug. 16, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 20; D 30751; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 4901 

Platitudinous (The) pose; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Hope H. Moulton. Bos- 
ton [1934] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
July 12, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; D 30357 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4902 

Platonic love; a 1-act comedy, by Ted 
Fetter [i.e. T. H. Fetter] © 1 c. 
July 17, 1934; D 30770; Theodore 
Henry Fetter, Princeton, N.J. 4903 

Playlets ; by Mildred A. Nichols. A 
series of plays to be given at sales 
meetings or by home service groups 
to the consumer. [New York, 1934] 
various pagings. 4to. Contents. — 
Before and after. — Home sweet 
home. — Balancing the budget. — Cook- 
ing appliances and range. — Washer 
quickies. — Ironer playlet. — Vacuum 
cleaner skit. — Vacuum cleaners. — 
Florida by wire. — Christmas play. 
© Aug. 1, 1934; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
25 : AA 153735 ; Graybar electric co., 
New York. 4904 

Pleasant street ; episodes 1—42, by G. 
K. Flavin. © 1 c. each Aug. 2. 1934 ; 
D 30896 ; Genevieve Kinkaid Flavin. 
Chicago. 4905 

Pneumonia ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. G. Karels. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; 
D 30709 ; Elsie Gow Karels, Hutch- 
inson, Minn. 4906 

Popular plays for junior high schools ; 
a collection of ten one-act plays, by 
Mary T. Johnson. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1934. 133 p. 12mo. Con- 



tents. — Dates or figs. — Dawn maid- 
en. — F i g h t i n g windmills.— Honor 
bright. — Forget-me-not. — Uncle Will- 
will. — Squad thirteen. — Jugendher- 
bergen. — Grandmother will have her 
way.— Lucky girl. © Aug. 1, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 7; D 30530; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4907 

Portrait of a queen ; a monodrama of 
Elizabeth, in 6 scenes, by Joel 
Disher. © 1 c. Aug. 14. 1934; D 
30SJ54 ; Joel Blankenship Disher, Bos- 
ton. 4908 

Present (The) ; a 1-act play by P. P. 
Etz. © 1 c. July 31, 1934 : D 30652 ; 
Pearl Potter Etz, Bethesda. Md. 

4909 

Prince of the house of hate ; a play in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by M. I. War- 
ner. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; D 30777 ; 
Mary Irene Warner, Albany. 4910 

Princesse (La) lointaine; piece en 4 
actes, d'Edmond Rostand. Adapta- 
tion a la scene lyrique et musique 
de G.-M. Witkowski. La partition 
chant et piano. Paris [1934] 4 p. 1., 
352 p. 4to. © June 1, 1934; 1 c. 
July 25 ; D 28707 ; Heugel, Paris. 

4911 

en vers [de] Edmond Rost- 
and, adaptation a la scene lyrique et 
musique de G. M. Witkowski. Paris, 
1934. 89 p. 16mo. [Textl © Mar. 
1, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 6: D 30655; 
Heugel, Paris. 4912 

Prison rhythm ; a play in 4 acts, by 
S. S. Hecht. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; 
D 30636: Sampson S. Hecht, New 
York. 4913 



Profit by losing. 
dramas. 



See Four religious 



Pullman (The) murder: a mystery 
comedy in 3 acts, by H. Ashton, jr. 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1934; D 30835 ; Her- 
bert Ashton, jr., New York. 4914 

Quality (The) of mercy: a play in 3 
acts, bv G. F. Foster. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1934: D 30594; Gladys Funck Fos- 
ter, Chatham, N.J. 4915 

Quest (The) of peace: a play bv K. 
Mathie. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1934: D 
30549; Karl Mathie, Los Angeles. 

4916 

?Quien es el? comedia musical en 2 
actos, por A. Alfaro de Conte. Span- 
ish version. Text. © 1 c July 27, 
1!«4: D 30885: Anna Alfaro de 
Conte, Brooklyn. 4917 



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no. 8, 1934 



4937 



Races ; a drama by Ferdinand Bruck- 
ner, translated from the German for 
the first time, by Ruth Langner. New 
York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. 6. p. 1., 
- 3-138 [1] p. 12mo. ©Aug.'2,1934 ; 
2 c. Aug. 3; D 30557; Ferdinand 
Bruckner, Nice, France. 4918 

Races (Les) ; piece en 3 actes et 9 
tableaux [par] Ferdinand Bruck- 
ner, adaptation franchise de Renee 
Cave. Paris, 1934. 34, [3] p. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 673) © 
May 5, 1934 ; 1 c. July 24 ; D 30368 ; 
Ferdinand Bruckner and Renee Cave, 
Paris. 4919 

1 Jackets of the day; story no. 1, To- 
morrow at four, a series of dramatic 
sketches, by J. Montague. © 1 c. 
July 18, 1934 ; D 30461 ; Joel Monta- 
gue, Brooklyn. 4920 

Ragnarok ; a drama, by John McKee 
Reid and Clarence Morley Pierce. 
LOU City, Pa., 1934] various pagings. 
4to. © Aug. 8, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 10; 
1 c. Aug. 11 ; D 30912 ; John McKee 
Reid and Clarence Morley Pierce, Oil 
City, Pa. 4921 

Rain before seven ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Cort Palmer. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; 
D 30480 ; Cort Nelson Palmer, White 
Plains, N.Y. 4922 

Raleigh ; a tragedy in 5 acts, by Stan- 
ley Kauffmann. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1934 ; 
. Ji 30815 ; Stanley Jules. Kauffmann, 
New York. 4923 

Rash (The) vow. See I have been 
forsaken. 

Reaction ; a drama in 1 act, by G. D. 
Robbins. Minneapolis, 1934. 15 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 1, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 1; D 30363; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4924 

Ready money; a play in 3 acts, by G. 

Barton. © 1 e. Aug. 29, 1934; D 

30871 ; George Barton, Philadelphia. 

4925 

Rebecca Rockefeller ; a drama, based 
on the novel, by L. Robbins. 
xyV ps xsxtt x pyVysypno xpyay-i 
.oj'aip 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 30781; 
Leo Robbins, New York. 4926 

Beftets etranges; by Elisabeth Marie 
Therese Loftus. Illustrated by 
Henry Meloy. New York, Cincin- 
nati [etc. 1934] ix, 203 p. front., 
illus. 12mo. Dramatic contents. — 
Mademoiselle Linda. — Je ne sais 
rien de plus. — La vieille Nanna. © 



Aug. 1, 1934; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 7; 
A 74443 ; American book co., New 
York. 4926* 

Religious, recitations and plays; v. 1, 
by Joanna Rouse. New York, 1934. 
36 p. 16 mo. © July 30, 1934; 
2 c. and aff. Aug. 17; AA 154001; 
Joanna Rouse, Brooklyn. 4927 

Requiescat in pace ; by Elizabeth Mid- 
dleton [i.e. E. M. Maddock] © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1934; D 30822; Elizabeth 
Middleton Maddock, Trenton, N.J. 

4928 

Resort hotel; a play in 3 acts, by 

D. Morgan. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1934; 

D 30S98; Deck Morgan, New York. 

4929 

Return (The) of Bloody Butch. See 
Four stakes. 

'Return (The) of the devil; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by A. A. Names. 
© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1934; D 30569; 
Arthur A. Names, McCracken, Kan. 
4930 

Reunion in Vienna. See Famous plays 
of 1933-1934. 

Revenant (Le) ; piece en 5 tableaux, 
par. J. Bommart. © 1 c. July 24, 
1934; D 30373; Jean Bommart, 
Paris. 4931 

Reviewing the movies ; a radio serial- 
ette, by Kathleen Nichols. © 1 c. 

1 : Aug.' 10; 1934; D M 30597; Richard 
Calvert Haws, Wilmette, 111. 4932 

Reviewing the movies with Mary Pick- 
ford ; a radio serialette, by Kath- 
leen Nichols. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; 
D 30598; Richard Calvert Haws, 
Wilmette, 111. 4933 

Ribbons. See Cockades. 

Right about faces ; a farce in 1 act, 
by Howard Reed. Chicago [1934] 
31 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 16, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 30749; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4934 

Robin Rooster; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frances Gross. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1934; D 30626; Frances Wetmore 
Gross, Madison, Wis. 4935 

Roof (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by A. S. 
Ingalls, jr. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1934; 
D 30890; Albert S. Ingalls, jr., 
Westport, Conn. 4936 

Royal (The) law; a play in 3 acts, 
by Bimsley Peabody. © 1 c. Aug. 
1, 1934; D 30546; Jessamine Pea- 
body, New York. 4937 



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4938 



pt. I, v. 7 



Ruhamel; a dramatic composition in 

a prologue, 6 scenes, and an epi- 
logue, by J. L. Spencer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1934 ; D 30536 ; James Lance 
Spencer, St. Louis. 4938 

S. S. Kapiolani (The) ; a mystery play 
in 4 acts, by J. M. Baker. © 1 c. 
Aim. 16, 1934; D 30683; John Mil- 
ton Baker, Oneonta, N.Y. 4939 

Sail on ! a play for Columbus day, by 
Rufus Learsi [pseud, of I. Gold- 
berg] © 1 c. Aug. 22. 1934; D 
30793; Israel Goldberg. Brooklyn. 

4940 

Saluta ; a play in a prologue and 2 
acts, by W. Morrissey. © 1 c. Aug. 
24, 1934; D 30828; Will Morrissey. 
New York. 4941 

Sam Average. See Beacon lights of 
literature. 

Santa Rita, monaca Agostiniana-sua 
vita e morte ; dramma sacro in 2 
parti e sette quadri dell'artista. F. 
Vela. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1934; D 
30685; Frank Vela, Philadelphia. 

4942 

Sap-sucker ; a play in 5 scenes, by Le- 
roy Rumsey. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1934 ; 
D 30432 ; Leroy Renner Rumsey, El 
Centro, Calif. 4943 

Say when ; a play in 2 acts, music by 
R. Henderson, lyrics by T. Koehler 
and book by J. McGowan. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1934; D 30568; 
John McGowan, New York, Ray 
Henderson, Bronxville. N.Y., and 
Ted Koehler, Brooklyn. 4944 

Schieber (Der) ; komodie in 5 auf- 
ziigen nach dem franzosischen des 
Francois de Le Sage, iibertragen 
und bearbeitet von Adam Kuckhoff. 
© 1 c. Nov. 21, 1933; D 25581 ; Drei 
masken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 4945 

Schweizergarde (Die) ; trauerspiel in 

5 akten, von Werner Johannes Gug- 
genheim. Aarau, H. R. Sauerlander 

6 cie. [1934] 142 p. 12mo. Con- 
tains music. © May 15. 1934; 1 c. 
Aug. 6; D 30761: M. Kantorowitz 
hiihnenvertrieb, Zurich, Switzerland. 

4946 

Second lives; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
K. Simcoe [i.e. B. Simcoe] © 1 c. 
Aug. 2, 1031; I) 30440; Benjamin 
Simcoe, Huntington Station. L.I., 
N.Y. 4947 

Seine excellenz giebt sich die ehre . . . 
komodie in 3 aufziigen, von Rudolf 



Kurtz, Berlin. 1934. 2 p. 1., [3]- 
89 i.. 12mo. © May 1. 1934; 1 c. 
Aug. 6: D 30762; Arcadia verlag,. 
g.m.h.h., Berlin. 4948 

Sestfif-ky u Sv. panny Klary ; lira o '■'> 
dejstvfch [napsal] Jos. Hais Ty- 
neckf. Rezijnimi posn&mkami opa- 
tfil Karel Kalista. V 1'raze, Nakla- 
dem divadelniho nakladatelstvf, 
knihkupectvi a agentury E. .1. 
Rosendorfa [1932] 71. [1] p. illus.. 
diagr. 8vo. © Nov. 1. 1932; 1 c. 
Mar. 211. 1934: I> :!0s32 ; Theatrical 
representatives of society Bohemians 
authors, Maj.. Praha, Czecho- 
slovakia. 4949 

Sham: a play in 3 acts, by S. B. 

Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 1. i934: D 

30430: Sarah B. Smith. New York. 

4950 

Shanty car: a play in 3 acts, by S. 
Easton. © 1 c. Aug. 21. 1934; D 
30779; Sidney Easton, Brooklyn. 

4951 

She believed in love: a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. Zerner and P.. S. Cross. 
© 1 c. Aug. 2(i. 1934; D 30721: 
Charles Zerner, Jersey City, and 
Ben S. Gross, New York. 4952 

She stoops to conquer. See Beacon 
lights of literature. 

Silent (The) man; an Oregon idyl 
in 4 acts, by Joaquin Miller, ar- 
ranged for oral delivery, by Juanita 
Miller. © 1 c. July 30, 1934; D 
30SC4: Juanita Miiler, Oakland. 
Calif. 4953 

Silver (A) lining: by Grace V. Kin- 
von. Minneapolis. Minn., 1934. 27 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 4. 1934: 2 e. Aug. 
7 : I > 30527 : Northwestern press. 
Minneapolis. 4954 

Sin (The) of the mother; or, Indira, 
a moving picture play, by A. B. 
Sloane. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1934; D 
30800; Anna Bogenholm Sloane, 
New York. 4955 

Singing (The) waiter: radio scripts 
1-9, by Harriet Avery Gaul. © 1 c. 
Aug. 22, 1934; I> :!H7!>S; Harriet A. 
Gaul. Pittsburgh. 4956 

Sins of the fathers; a play in 3 acts, 
bv G. Alfred Woods [i.e. G. A. 
Woods] © 1 c. Aug. 2. P.t:',4: I> 
30441 : Gustavus Alfred Woods, New 
York. 4957 

Sixteen. See Famous plays of 1933- 
1934. 



238 



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no. S, 1934 



5021 



Skippy ; continuity nos. 211-254, a 
series of radio sketches, by Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, inc. © 1 c. each 
July 19, 1934; D 30380-30423; 
Skippy, inc., McLean, Va. 4958-5001 

Sleeping dog; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
S. Oriswell. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; 
D 30733 ; Carl S. Criswell, Columbia, 
Pa. 5002 

Sluby panienski; See Man, you are a 

jackass. 

Smoke screen ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Warwick. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934; 
D 30535; James Warwick, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5003 

Snowbound on Christmas eve; a 
Christmas play, by May M. Brew- 
ster. With incidental music by Anne 
Owen [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] 
Dayton, O., 1934. 27 p. 12mo. © 
July 5, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; D 28715 ; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 5004 

So are we ; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by A. A. Webster. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1934; D 30541; Alfred A. Webster, 

. New York. 5005 

So this is our mother ; drama in 4 
parts, by M. Boros. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 
1934; D 30585; Morris Boros, New 
York. 5006 

Soap Creek Corners ; episode 1, Solicit- 
ing for the pound party, by M. B. 
Locke. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 
30769; Mabel Burkhalter Locke, 
Chicago. 5007 

Sod ; a drama of the Western prairie 
in 1 act, by Stuart McK. Hunter. 
Minneapolis, 1934. 17 p. 12mo. © 
Aug. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. July 23 ; D 30449 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5008 

Soliciting for the pound party. See 
Soap Creek Corners. 

Solving (The) of the Diamond mur- 
der mystery; a play by C. A. 
Wrigglesworth. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1934 ; D 30637 ; Charles Alfred Wrig- 
glesworth, Washington. 5009 

Son ame-sosur ; operette bouffe en 1 
acte, de Lucien Jacot, musique de 
Leon Brice. Paris [1934] 2 p. 1., 
67 p. 4to. © June 1, 1934; 1 c. 
July 25 ; D 28703 ; Leon Brice, Paris. 
5010 

Sous d'autres cieux ; comedie en 3 
actes, de Eugene Brieux. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1934 ; D 30908 ; Jeanne Ma- 
rie Brieux, Paris. 5011 



Speak of the devil ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Alexander and G. Backus. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934; D 30787; Hi 
Alexander, Brooklyn and Georgia 
Backus, Fire Island, L.I., N.Y. 

5012 

Speedy days of yore ; a scenario for 
talking moving pictures, by Sara 
Seward [pseud, of E. H. Gould] and 
Adele Guttman Nathan. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1934; D 30584; Elizabeth 
Hull Gould, Rochester, N.Y. 5013 

Spring fever; a comedy of youth in 3 
acts, by Ray Hodges. Minneapolis, 
1934. 76 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 
27, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 30862; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5014 

Stand by for fate ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Elna Klem. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1934 ; 
D 30539; Elna Evelyn Klem, Em- 
poria, Kan. 5015 

Stepping high ; a musical comedy, by 
Eugene McDonald. 1934. 23 numb. 
1. 4to. [Libretto] ©Aug. 6, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 14; D 30640; Theodore 
Hollis Ware, Boston. 5016 

Stowaway. See First nighter. 

Sugar loaf; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. S. Conkling. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1934; D 30600; Wilbur Scott Conk- 
ling, Hollywood, Calif. 5017 

Summer escape ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Robert Rosten [pseud, of R. Rosen- 
stein] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934; D 
30827 ; Reuben Rosenstein, New 
York. 5018 

Szeressen kedves! operett 3 felvonas- 
ban irta : Andai Erno [i.e. Erno An- 
dai] zenejet, Harmath Imre [i.e. 
Imre Harmath] verseire szerezte : 
Komjathy Karoly [i.e. Karoly Kom- 
jathy] Text. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1934 ; 
D 30566; J. F. Bard, Leipzig, and 
Francis Bard & son, Budapest. 

5019 

Take it easy ; [by R. R. Stewart, W. T. 
Stewart and Wayne Allen] Fair- 
field, la., New York [etc.] 1934. 
cover-title, 20 numb. 1. 4to. Rev. 
ed. © Aug. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; 
D 30657; Universal producing co., 
Fairfield, la. 5020 

Tecumseh; a folk-lore play, by L. E. 

Quinn. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1934; D 

30573 ; Leila Elma Quinn, Xenia, O. 

5021 



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5022 



pt. i, v. 7 



Temperamento ; a play in the Italian 
manner in 3 acts, by Seti-Devi 
[pseud, of M. Alexander] © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1934; D 30651; Mathilde 
Alexander, New York. 5022 

Tempo; a play in 4 acts, by Nikolai 
Pogodin, authorized translation, by 
Irving Talmadge. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1934; D 30891; Eugene Lyons, New 
York. 5023 

There's always a breeze ; a farce-com- 
edy in 3 acts, by E. Caulfield. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1934; D 30671; Ed- 
ward Caulfield, Hawthorne, Calif. 

5024 

Third party ; a play in 3 acts, by P. S. 
Le Poer Trench. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1934; D 30847; Paul Stewart Le 
Poer Trench, New York. 5025 

This marriage formality ; a farce in 3 
acts, bv Ralph Spenser Zink [pseud, 
of R. *M. Zink] © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1934; D 30895; Ralph Max Zink, 
New York. 5026 

Thou shalt not covet; by Leon Rains, 
based on Adam, Eva und die 
Schlange, by Paul Eger. A play in 
3 acts. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1934; D 
30848; Leon Rains, Los Angeles. 

5027 

Three cars meet ; a play in 7 scenes, by 
A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1934 ; D 30678 ; Albert N. C. Fowler, 
Glens Falls, N.Y. 5028 

Three disgraces ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by E. R. 
Baker. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1934; D 
30849; Edith Ridley Baker, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5029 

Thrills of the Secret service ; by Fran- 
cis Striker, no. A-9-A 11. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 15, 17, 1934; D 30661, 
30662, 30708 ; Kunsky-Trendle broad- 
casting corp., Detroit. 5030-5032 

no. A-12. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 

1934; D 30901; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 5033 

Thru the keyhole ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by William F. Davidson. Minneapo- 
lis, 1934. 87 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 
Aug. 27, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 30860 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5034 

Thus be it ever; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Thonipson-Loomis, based upon an 
original idea by Lillian Driscoll and 
R. Hume-Gibbons. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1934; D 30734; Robert Hume-Gib- 
bons, New York. 5035 



Tiberius und Sejan. See Macht. 

Tin (The) hero; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Charles George. Minneapolis, 1!)."»4. 
78 p. diagr. 12mo. ©Aug. 1,1984; 
2 c. July 26 ; D 30451 ; Northwestern 

press, Minneapolis. 5036 

Tisztelt haz ; zenes komedia 3 felvonas- 
ban, irta: Vadnai Laszlo [i.e. Laszlo 
Vadnai] zenejet Bekeffi Istvan [i.e. 
Istvan Bekeffi | verseire szerzette: 
Markus Alfred [i.e. Alfred Markus] 
rendezo: Dr. Brddy Pal. [i.e. Pal 
Brody] Budapest, Hungary, 1933. 
129-149 numb. 1. Svo. [Textl © 
Dec. 26, 1933: 1 e. Aug. 3. 1934; D 
30558; Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
Hungary. 5037 

To those who dream; a play in •". acts 
and an epilogue, by S. Strouse. © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1«.)34: D 3046.". ; Sandy 
Strouse, New York. 5038 

Togo ; a mystery comedy in 1 act, by 
D. P. Chandler. © 1 c. Aug. 1. 1!>34 ; 
D 30434: Davis P. Chandler. Glen- 
dale, Calif. 5039 

Tom Sawyer; a play in 4 acts, drama- 
tized from Mark Twain's story, by 
Sara Spencer. © 1 e. Aug. 24, 1934 : 
D 30830; Sara Kathryne Spencer, 
Charleston, W.Va. 5040 

To-morrow at four. See Rackets of 
the day. 

Tomorrow's tangle; a play in 3 acts, 
by Sarah Newmeyer. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1934; D 30S78 : Sarah Webb 
Newmeyer, New York. 5041 

Tonight one must die : a mystery play 
in 3 acts, by Bill and Onda Marceau 
[i.e. W. Marceau and O. Marceau] 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934: D 30613; 
William Marceau and Onda M 
Salt Lake City. 5042 

Tooth (A) for a tooth: a comedy in 1 
act, by Bessie F. White. Boston 
[1934] 23 p. 12mo. © .Tr.lv 19, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 2:1) 30352; 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5043 

Tragedy (The) of the Hesperus; a 
play in 3 acts, by L. E. Field, based 
on Longfellow's The wreck of the 
Hesperus. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1934; D 
306S4; Louis Elton Field. New York. 
5044 

Tree (The) : a Christmas comedy in 1 
act, by Ellen Laura McMartin. Min- 
neapolis, 1934. 27 p. 12 mo. © 
Aug. 1. 1934: 2 c. July 23: D 30444; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5045 



240 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1934 



5067 



Trifles. See Beacon lights of literature. 

True (The) story of William Tell; a 
burlesque skit with conversation and 
song, by J. R. Osborn. Text. © 1 c. 
May 21, 1934 ; D 30736 ; Julia Reese 
Osborn, Forest Grove, Or. 5046 

'Twas ever thus ; or, The collaborators, 
a play in 3 acts, by I. L. Singer. © 
1 c. July 28, 1934 ; D 30693 ; Irving 
L. Singer, Oakland, Calif. 5047 

Two shall go free ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Allan Hale. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1934; 
D 30S41; Alfred Hale, Fall River, 
Mass. 5048 

Ugh ! an original screen play, by G. B. 
Reichart. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1934 ; D 
30697 ; George Burl Reichart, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5049 

Ugly (The) duckling. See Let's pre- 
tend. 

Under three flags ; a pageant of Wis- 
consin history, by Louise Phelps 
Kellogg and Susan Burdick Davis, 
verses by S. K. Carhart. © 1 c. Aug. 
7, 1934; D 30866; Sara Kimball 
Carhart, Milwaukee. 5050 

Unfolding of life in four movements ; 
by H. Luther. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; 
D 30783; Holton Luther, Hacken- 
sack, N.J. 5051 

Unknown soldier ; a 1-act phantasy for 
Armistice day, by Rufus Learsi 
[pseud, of I. Goldberg] © 1 c. Aug. 
22. 1934; D 30792; Israel Goldberg, 
Brooklyn. 5052 

Ursula Drake; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Stanley. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; 
D 30633 ; Edwin Stanley, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5053 

Vadvirag ; zenes vigjatek 3 felvonasban 
irta : Andai Erno [i.e. Erno Andai] 
Music by Michael Eisemann. Text. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1934 ; D 30567 ; J. F. 
Bard, Leipzig, and Francis Bard & 
son, Budapest, Hungary. 5054 

Values ; a comedy of morals in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by H. G. Kittred2,e. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1934; D 30590; 
Helen Gholson Kittredge, Denver. 

5055 

Vandal (The) king; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. I. Warner. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1934 ; D 30778 ; Mary Irene Warner, 
Albany. ' 5056 

Vase (The) ; or, The magic moment, a 
play in 3 acts, by I. Sokoloff. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1934; D 30667; Ivan Soko- 
loff, Berkley Heights, N.J. 5057 



Viceroy Sarah ; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. Ginsbury. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1934; 
D 30713 ; Norman Ginsbury, London. 

5058 



Vieille Nanna. 



Reflets etranges. 



Villa (The) Claudia; a play in 3 acts, 
by T. Gorecki, from the novel of 
the same title, by J. A. Mitchell. 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1934; D 30870; 
Thaddeus Gorecki, Philadelphia. 

5059 

Village (The) purity league; a play 
in 3 acts, by A. Adams. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1934; D 30681; Adolph 
Adams, New York. 5060 

Wake up chillun ; a play in 3 acts, by 
V. P. Johns. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1934; 
D 30666; Vandelia Perry Johns, 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 5061 

Wandering minds ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Curtis. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1934 ; 
D 30649; Muriel Curtis, Point Pleas- 
ant, N.J. 5062 

Way (The) of a man with a maid. 
See What a troupe! 

Welcome to our city ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Harry J. Leland. Rev. by J. C. 
McMullen. Boston [1934] 120 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 7, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 18 ; D 30747 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5063 

What a troupe ! or. The way of a man 
with a maid, a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Velida [pseud, of V. de 
Benn] Rewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 
16, 1934 ; D 30679 ; Velida de Benn, 
New York. 5064 

What next? sound photoplay for 5 

reels, by Edith Margaret Jackson. 

© 1 c. June 23, 1934; D 30579; 

Edith M. Jackson, Myrtle Point, Or. 

5065 

What, no Santa suit! a comedy in 1 
act, by Mary Cunningham [pseud, 
of Mary Cunningham Pierce] Chi- 
cago [1934] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Aug. 16, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 
30754; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 
5066 

When a man tarries; a farce in 3 
acts, by Eugene Todd [pseud, of 
Jean Lee Latham] Chicago [1934] 
80 p. diagrs. 12 mo. © Aug. 16, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; D 30757; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5067 



241 



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5068 



pt. I, v. 7 



When Oliver comes through : a comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. A. Hansl. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1934 ; D 30722 ; Jean Archi- 
bald Hansl, New Milford, Conn. 

5068 

Where are they now? Minit-rub con- 
tinuity nos. 11-13, by Lemuel F. 
Parton. © 1 c. each Aug. 11, 1934; 
D 30604-30606; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 5069-5071 

Where's Elmer? a combined musical 
comedy and guessing game, by F. B. 
Ingram and W. Stone, adapted from 
a comedy by W. Stone. Text. © 
1 c. Aug. 23, 1934; D 30817; Wal- 
ter Stone, Burlington, la., and 
Frederick B. Ingram, Rock Island, 
111. 5072 

Whirlwind (The) ; a temperance play, 
by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. Boston, 
Walter H. Baker co. [1934] 23 p. 
12mo. © July 12, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
2; D 30359; Dorothy Clarke Wil- 
son, Westbrook, Me. 5073 

White (The) hadji ; a drama in 3 
acts, by M. Rogers. Adapted from 
The hidden force, a novel of the 
Dutch East Indies, by Louis Cou- 
perus. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934; D 
30904; Merrill Rogers, New York. 

5074 

Who is he? a musical comedy in 2 
acts, original by A. Alfaro de Conte, 
English version translated and 
adapted from the original in Span- 
ish by the author. Text. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1934; D 308S6: Anna Al- 
faro de Conte, Brooklyn. 5075 

Widow's might. See Death Valley 
days. 

Willow (The) tree. See Let's pre- 
tend. 

Wind (The) and the rain. See Fa- 
mous plays of 1933-1934. 

Wind song ; a drama in 1 act, by Jack 
Holland. © 1 c. Aug. 4. 1984; D 
30865; Jack B. Holland, Los An- 
geles. 5076 

Winding road ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Middleton [i.e. E. M. 
Maddock] © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1934; 
D 30821 ; Elizabeth Middleton Mad- 
dock, Trenton, N.J. 5077 

Window on the world : a comedy in 
3 acts, by E. B. Ginty and H. Os- 
borne. © 1 C Aug. 8. 1934; D 
30556; Elizabeth B. Ginty and Hu- 
bert Osborne, New York. 507S 



Wings (The i sighed : a play in 3 acts, 
by William Cope. © 1 c. Aim. 17. 
1934; D 30703; William D. Cope, 
San Antonio. 5079 

Witch's (The) tale; episodes 140, 
141, 143. 144. 146-159, a series of 
radio sketches, by A. D. Cole. © 
1 c. each Aug. 13. 1934; D 3063S; 
Alonzo Deen Cole, Pelham Manor, 
N.Y. 50S0 

With a higher education; dramatic 
supplement to The Campus, libretto 
by Elizabeth Eddy, lyrics by Molly 
Kowalewski. Margaret Frohnknecht 
and Maryl Browning, music by 
Sophie Bostelmann. Bronxville, 
N.Y. [1934] 4 p. fol. © June 7, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 22; D 2S713 : Pub- 
lications activity, Sarah Lawrence 
college, Bronxville, N.Y. 5081 

Wives of today; a play in 3 acts, by 
Calvin Reisland [i.e. M. C. Reisland] 
© 1 c. Aug. 27. 1934; D 30855; M. 
Calvin Reisland, Cleveland. 5082 

Woman (A) of valor; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by B. Feigen, 
dramatized by Abram Goldberg. © 
1 c. July 9, 1934; D 30375; Bertha 
Feigen, Chicago. 5083 

Woman scorned. See Hell hath no 
fury. 

World (The) is mine; a play in 3 
acts, by Valerie Tauszky. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1934; D 3072S; Valerie J. 
Tauszky, New York. 5084 

Wreck (The) of the Hesperus. See 
Tragedy of the Hesperus. 

Yellow bird; a play in 3 acts for 
junior high schools, by Mary T. 
Johnson. Minneapolis, 1934. 32 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 1, 1934; 2 c. July 
23; D 30446: Northwestern press. 
Minneapolis. 5085 

Yellow (The) streak: a drama in 3 
acts, by Dwetta Ollive [pseud, of 
S. Frank] © 1 c. June 30, 1934; 
I) 30462; Sadie Frank, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5086 

Yes. William; a play in 4 acts, by J. 
H. Bancroft. © 1 c. June 20. 1934; 
D 3066S; Jessie Huhhell Bancroft, 
Lake Placid Club. N.Y. 5087 

Yolanda. See Girl from Italy. 



242 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1934 



5089 



Yoo-hoo, everybody! a play in 3 acts, 
by E. J. Young and A. C. Noel. © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1934; D 30851; Effie J. 
Young, Newark, N.J., and Agnes C. 
Noel, Bloomfield, N.J. 5088 



You wouldn't believe it; a modern 

farce in 4 acts, by L. F. Merriam. © 

1 c. Aug. 9, 1934; D 30577; Lillie 

Fuller Merriam, Framingham, Mass. 

5089 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,209 unpublished) 3,696 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 173 unpub- 
lished) 364 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 58 unpublished) 89 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 
unpublished) 32 

Total 4,181 



243 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [50S9 



Fascinating Flora ; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, book by R. H. Burnsicle 
and Joseph W. Herbert, music by 
Gustave Kerker. Libretto only. © 
R. H. Burnside, New York, as one 
of the authors of the words. R 
330S6, Aug. 21, 1934. 1 

Lion (The) and the mouse; a play 
in 4 acts, by Charles Klein. © 
Philip Klein, Beverly Hills, Calif., 
and John Victor Klein, Walton on 



Thames, Surrey, England, as the 
children of the deceased author. R 
32806, July 26, 1934. 2 

Little Nemo; by H. B. Smith. © 
Harry B. Smith, New York, us the 
author. R 32659, July 20, 1934. 3 

Vecci (La) ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
Louis Kaufman Anspacher. © 
Louis K Anspacher, Ossining, N.Y., 
as the author. R 33096, Aug. 22, 
1934. 4 



244 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Africa, land of contrast. (M. G. M. 
traveltalk) Reel. © July 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Aug. 27; M 
4947 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5090 

Among the Latins ; written and spoken 
by John P. Medbury. Reel. © Aug. 
9, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 9; description 
Aug. 25 ; M 4942 ; Futter Corp., ltd., 
New York. 5091 

Among the missing ; story by Florence 
Wagner, screen play by Herbert As- 
bury and Fred Niblo, jr., directed by 
Albert Rogell. 7 reels. © Aug. 14, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; description Aug. 
22 ; L 4898 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 5092 

Aniakchak (The Story of hell on 
earth) ; editorial supervision by 
Truman Talley, Beverly Jones and 
Louis de Rochemont. 10 reels. © 
Aug. 18, 1933; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 13, 1934; M 4918; Fox film 
Corp., New York. 5093 

Are you a good wilier?; by Russell 
W. Varney. © title, description and 
52 prints reed. Aug. 22, 1934; M 
4936 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 5094 

Axe me another ; animated by Sey- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Crandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© Aug. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; de- 
scription Aug. 24; M 4937; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5095 

Bachelor bait; from a story by Ed- 
ward and Victor Halperin, screen 
play by Glenn Tryon, directed by 
George Stevens. 8 reels. © July 
27, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 9 ; 
L 4874; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5096 

Back to the soil; story and screen 
play by Ewart Adamson, directed 
by Jules White. 2 reels. © Aug. 
13, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 13; description 
Aug. 14 ; L 4889 ; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New] York. 5097 



Birth (The) of a new America ; narra- 
tion by Alois Havrilla, directed by 
Sidney B. Lust. 7 reels. © Aug. 
11, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug, 
11 ; M 4917 ; Super film attractions, 
inc., Washington. 5098 

Blasted (A) event; story by Leslie 
Goodwins and Norman Markwell, 
directed by Alf Goulding. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 27; L 4909; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5099 

Blind date; based on the story by 
Vida Hurst, screen play by Ethel 
Hill, directed by Roy William Neill. 
8 reels. © Aug. 6, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 
6 ; description Aug. 10 ; L 4879 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 

5100 

Blue Danube ; by Doris Zinkeisen, di- 
rected by Herbert Wilcox. 7 reels. 
© Aug. 24, 1934 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 25 ; L 4906; British & Do- 
minion films corp., ltd., London. 

5101 

Brink (The) of death. See Red (The) 
rider. 

Buddy's garage ; animation by Jack 
King and Sandy Walker. (Looney 
tunes) Reel. © Aug. 8, 1934; 2 c. 
and description Aug. 9; M 4914; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 5102 

Buddy's trolley troubles ; animation 
by Ben Clopton and Frank Tipper. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © Aug. 25, 
1934; 2 c. and description Aug. 27; 
M 4948 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5103 

Busted blossoms ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Aug. 10, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 22 ; 
M 4929; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
Rochelle, N.Y. 5104 

Cab Calloway's hi-de-ho ; story by 
Milton Hocky and Fred Rath, di- 
rected by Fred Waller. Reel. ©' 
Aug. 21, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 23; de- 
scription Aug. 24; L 4902; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5105. 



245 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5106 



pt. i, v. 7 



Cash ; scenario and continuity by An- 
thony Gibbs and Dorothy Greenhill, 
dialogue by Anthony Gibbs, directed 
by Zoltan Korda. 7 reels. © Aug. 3, 
1934; 2 c. Sept. 24; description 
Sejpt. 27; L 4968; London films 
corp., ltd., London. 5106 

€at's (The) paw; story by Clarence 
Budington Kelland ; screen play by 
and directed by Sam Taylor. 12 
reels. © Aug. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Aug. 21; L 4S95; Harold 
Lloyd Corp., New York. 5107 

Citadels of the Mediterranean. (M. 
G. M. traveltalk. ) Reel. © July 6, 
1934 ; 2 c and description Aug. 20 ; 
M 4924 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 5108 

Contented calves; story by Joseph A. 
Fields and Roily Asher, directed by 
Sam White. 2 reels. © Aug. 6, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 6 ; L 
4869; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 5109 

Crime without passion ; written and 
directed by Ben Hecht and Charles 
Mac-Arthur. 8 reels. © Aug. 21, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 23; description Aug. 
24 ; L 4901 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5110 

Cruising in the South Seas. (Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © July 
2, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 20; 
M 4925 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 5111 

Cuearacha (La) ; from a story by 
Lloyd Corrigan & Carly Wharton, 
screen play by Jack Wagner and 
John Twist. 2 reels. © July 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 9 ; 
L 4877 ; Pioneer pictures, inc., New 
York. 5112 

Cuesta abajo; argumento y adaptation 
einematografica de Alfredo Le Pera, 
dirreceion de Louis Gasnier. 8 reels. 
© Aug. 10, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 14; de- 
scription Aug. 17; L 4893; Exito 
corp., inc., New York. 5113 

Dare devil O'Dare; no. 1683-84. story 
by Dolph Singer and Jack Henley, 
directed by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 3, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 4 ; L 4865 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5114 

Dark Africa ; BR 1649, edited by Bert 
Frank. (E. M. Newman's, Musical 
.journeys) Reel. © Aug. 2. 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 3 ; M 4907 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New 
York. 5115 



Decks awash; narrated by Ford Bond. 
(World of sports) Reel. © Aug. 
16, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 16; description 
Aug. 25; M 4946; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 5116 

Dillinger. (Public enemy, no. 1) 2 
reels. © July 1, 1934: 2 C. Aug. 2: 
description Aug. 3: M 4906; Teitel 
films, inc., Chicago. 5117 

Dionne quintuplets. 3 reels. © Aug. 
23, 1934; 2 c. and description Aug. 
23; M 4931; Pathe news, inc.. New 
York. 5118 

Discontented (The) canary. (M. G. M. 
cartoon) Reel. © July IS, 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 21 >: M 
4949 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5119 

Dizzy (The) dwarf; artists Cecil 
Surry, Ed. Benedict, Victor McLeod 
& Ernest Smythe. (A Bill Nolan, 
Oswald cartoon) Reel. © Aug. 20, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 : description Aug. 
21 ; M 4926 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 5120 

Dumb-bell letters; program 1, 2. edited 
by Juliet Lowell from her collection 
of Dumb-bell letters. 1 reel each. 
© Aug. 6, 1934; 2 c. and description 
each Aug. 6; M 4910. 4911: Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 5121 . 5122 

Eternal (The) masculine. See Two 
heads on a pillow. 

Exposing evolution ; by Prof. Medcraft, 
dialogue and story by J. White & 
C. M e d c r aft. ( Sketch-o-grams) 
Reel. © June 26, 1934 ; 2 c. July 7 : 
description July 3; L 4896: Jack 
White & New deal pictures, % Calif, 
bank, Los Angeles. 5123 

Eyes on Russia (From the Caucasus to 
Moscow) ; photographed and pro- 
duced under the personal direction 
of Miss Margaret Bourke White. 
Reel. © Aug. 2. 1934: 2 c. and de- 
scription Aug. 6: M 4912: Van 
Beuren Corp., New York. 5124 

Fads and fancies; direction by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Aug. 14, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 8: description Aug. 
15; L 4890; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 5125 

Fatal (The) plunge. See Red (The) 
rider. 

Filling a need; bv R. G. Landis. © 
title, description and 2 prints reed. 
Aug. 14, 1934 : M 4919 ; Shell oil co., 
San Francisco. 5126 



246 



MOTION PICTUKES 



1934 



5144 



Flying (The) mouse. (Walt Disney's, 
Silly symphony) Reel. © June 28, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 1; description Aug. 
2 : M 4901 ; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 5127 

From the Caucasus to Moscow. See 
Eyes on Russia. 

Fugitive road; from Charles S. Bel- 
den's screen play International 
bridge, adapted by Charles S. Belden 
and Robert Ellis, directed by Frank 
R. Strayer. 7 reels. © Aug. 22, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; description Aug. 
25 ; L 4905 ; Invincible pictures Corp., 
New York. 512S 

Fuller (The) gush man; by Al Boas- 
berg. 2 reels. © Aug. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. 
and description Aug. 27; L 4911; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 
5129 

Gentlemen of polish ; directed by Alf 
Goulding. (M. G. M. musical revue) 
2 reels. © Aug. 15, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 27; L 4907; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

5130 

Girl (The) at the ironing board. Reel. 
© Aug. 23. 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 24 ; M 4938 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 5131 

Girl (The) from Missouri; original 
screen play by Anita Loos and John 
Emerson, directed by Jack Conway. 
8 reels. © July 31, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 7 ; L 4872 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

5132 

Girl in clanger ; story and screen play 
by Harold Shumate, directed by D. 
Ross Lederman. ' 6 reels. © Aug. 
22, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 27; description 
Aug. 31 ; L 4917 ; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New York. 5133 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 

2, produced by Allyn Butterfield. 
Reel. © Aug. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. July 23 ; 
description Aug. 4; M 4909; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

5134 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 

3, produced by Allyn Butterfield. 
Reel. © Aug. 20, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
20; description Aug. 22; M 4928; 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 

5135 

Good luck, best wishes; story by Art 
Jarrett & William Watson, produced 
by Al Christie. 2 reels. © Aug. 24, 



1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 24 ; 
L 4904 ; Educational prod., inc., 
New York. 5136 

Grandfather's clock ; directed by Burt 
Gillett and James Tyer. >(Burt 
Gillett's, Toddle tales) Reel. © 
Aug. 9, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 9 ; M 4913 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 5137 

Great (The) experiment; story by Sid 
Marcus. Reel. © July 30, i934 ; 
2 c. July 30 ; description Aug. 2 ; 
M 4902; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 5138 

Hat, coat and glove ; from the play by 
Wilhelm Speyer, screen play by 
Francis Faragoh, directed by Worth- 
ington Miner. 7 reels. © July 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 27 ; 
L 4912 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5139 

Hello sailors ; story by William Wat- 
son, Art Jarrett and Bert Granet. 
2 reels. © Aug. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 22; L 4897; Edu- 
cational productions, inc., New 
York. 5140 

Hide-out ; from the story by Mauri 
Grashin, screen play by Frances 
Goodrich and Albert Hackett, di- 
rected by W. S. Van Dyke. 9 reels. 
© Aug. 16, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 29; L 4915; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 5141 

His greatest gamble ; from the story 
by Salisbury Field, screen play by 
Sidney Buchman & Harry Hervey, 
directed by John Robertson. 8 reels. 
© July 17, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 13; L 4887; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 5142 

Hits of today ; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. (A Mentone produc- 
tion) 2 reels. © July 30, 1934; 
2 c. July 31 ; description Aug. 1 ; 
L 4859 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 5143 

Human (The) side; from the play by 
Christine Ames, screen play by 
Ernest Pascal & Edward Buzzell, di- 
rected bv Edward Buzzell. 7 reels. 
© Aug. 20, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 20; 
description Aug. 22; L 4899; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

5144 

International bridge. See Fugitive 
road. 



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5145 



pt. i, v. 7 



Islands (The) of the Pacific; written 
and spoken by John P. Medbnry. 
Reel. © July 19, 1934; 2 c. July 
19; description Aug. 25; M 4943; 
Futter corp., ltd., New York. 5145 

Joan Lowell, adventure girl ; from 
Miss Lowell's book of the same name, 
narration by Joan Lowell, from 
the text by Ferrin Frazier, directed 
by Herman Haymaker. 8 reels. © 
Aug. 9, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 13; descrip- 
tion Aug. 9 ; L 4S76 ; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 514G 

Krazy's Waterloo ; story by Ben Har- 
rison, animation by Manny Gould, 
Al Rose and Harry Love. (A 
Charles Mintz, Krazy Kat produc- 
tion) Reel. © Aug. 22, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 22 ; description Aug. 25 ; M 
4941 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Anseles. 
5147 

Ladies should listen; from the play 
by Alfred Savoir and Guy Bolton, 
screen play by Claude Binyon and 
Frank Butler, directed by Frank 
Tuttle. 7 reels. © Aug. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 2 : L 4860 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5148 

Lady ( The ) is willing ; story by Louis 
Verneuil, screen play by Guy Bolton, 
directed by Gilbert Miller. 7 reels. 
© Aug. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 3 ; L 4S64 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5149 

Madhouse movies 4 ; no. 1, directed by 
Eric Von Zourpuss. Reel. © Aug. 
21, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 23; description 
Aug. 24 ; L 4903 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

5150 

March of the years ; M 10. Reel. © 
Aug. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 25; M 4945; Columbia 
pictures Corp., New York. 5151 

Men of tomorrow ; based on the novel 
Young Apollo by Anthony Gibbs, 
directed by Leontine Sagan. (i 
reels. © Aug. 14, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 15 ; L 4891 ; Lon- 
don film productions, ltd., London. 
5152 

Mice in council; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Aug. 24, 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 24 ; M 
4939; Moser & Terry, inc.. New 
Rochelle, N.Y. 5153 

Mike fright ; directed by Gus Meins. 
(Our gang comedy) 2 reels. © 



July 25, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 29; L 4914; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5154 

Miles per hour. (The Grantland Rice 
Sportlight) Reel. © Aug. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 2 ; M 4904 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5155 

Name the woman ; screen play by Fred 
Niblo, jr. & Herbert Asliury, di- 
rected by Albert Rogell. 6 reels. 
© July 30, 11131; 2 c. July 30; de- 
scription Aug. 2 ; L 4861 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 5156 

New (The) code; by F. H. Ricketson, 
jr. © title, description and 2 prints 
reed. Aug. 4, 1934: M 4920: Asso- 
ciated theatres, inc., Denver. 5157 

Now and forever; from a story by 
Jack Kirkland and Melville Baker, 
screen play by Vincent Lawrence 
and Sylvia Thalberg, directed by 
Henry Hathaway. 9 reels. © Aug. 
29, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 30: description 
Aug. 31; L 4919; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

5158 

Odor in the court: story by Ben 
Holmes and Johnnie Grey, dialogue 
by Bobby Clark, directed by Ben 
Holmes. 2 reels. © Aug. 2, 1934; 
2 c. and description Ana. 6 : L 4868 : 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.', New York. 
5159 

Of human bondage : from the novel 
by W. Somerset Maugham, screen 
play by Lester Cohen, directed by 
John Cromwell. 9 reels. © July 
5, 1934; 2 c. and description Aug. 
9: L 4873; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5160 

Oil (The) raider; story by Rex Tay- 
lor, continuity by George Morgan, 
dialogue by George Morgan and 
Homer King Gordon, directed by 
Spencer Gordon Bennet. 7 reels. 
© Aug. 6. 1934: 2 c. Aug. 6; de- 
scription Aug. 7: L 4S7H: Mayfair 
pictures Corp., New York. 5161 

One more river; story by John Gals- 
worthy, screen play by R. C. Sher- 
riff, directed by James Whale. 9 

reels. © Aug. S, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
10; description Aug. 9; L 4878; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

5162 



248 



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no. S, 1934 



5171 



One night of love ; story by Dorothy 
Speare & Charles Beahan, screen 
play by S. K. Lauren, James Gow 
& Edmund North, directed by Vic- 
tor Schertzinger. 9 reels. © July 
30, 1934; 2 c. July 30; description 
Aug. 2; L 4S62; Columbia pictures 
corp., New York. 5163 

Orphans' benefit. (Walt Disney's 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © July 18, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 25 ; description Aug. 
24; M 4940; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 5164 

Painted (The) lady. See Pursued. 

Paramount pictorial 4 ; no. 1. Reel. 
© Aug. 15, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 16; de- 
scription Aug. 17 ; M 4922 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5165 

Paris interlude ; from a play by S. J. 
Perelman and Laura Perelman, 
screen play by Wells Root, directed 
by Edwin L. Marin. 8 reels. © 
July 19, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 7; L 4871; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 5166 

Physiology (The) of fertilization in 
the human female ; by Cyrus W. 
Anderson. © title and description 
reccl. Aug. 30, 1934; 5 prints reed. 
July 5; M 4952; Mead Johnson & 
co., Evansville, Ind. 5167 

Poor Cinderella ; animation by Sey- 
mour Kneitel, Roland Crandall and 
William Henning, direction by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Aug. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Aug. 2 ; M 4903 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5168 

Professor (The) gives a lesson; by 
H. A. Ripley, screen play by Harold 
Shumate, directed by Lambert Hill- 
yer. (Minute mysteries) Reel. © 
July 31, 1934 ; 2 c. July 30 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 2 ; L 4863 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5169 

Pursued ; adapted from the story The 
Painted lady by Larry Evans, screen 
play by Lester Cole & Stuart An- 
thony, directed by Louis King. 7 
reels. © Aug. 24, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 28; L 4913; Fox 
film corp., New York. 5170 

Red (The) rider ; from story The Red- 
head from Sun Dog by W. C. Tuttle, 
screen play by George Plympton, 
Vin Moore, Ella O'Neill and; Basil 



Dickey, directed by Louis Fried- 
lander. 2 reels each. © Universal 
pictures corp., New York. 

5171-5174 

Chapter 5, Trapped. © Aug. 1, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 3; description 
Aug. 4; L 4866. 

Chapter 6, The Brink of death. © 
Aug. 9, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 10; L 4885. 

Chapter 7, The Fatal plunge. © 
Aug. 14, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 15; de- 
scription Aug. 16 ; L 4892. 

Chapter 8, The Stampede. © Aug. 
27, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 24; descrip- 
tion Aug. 28; L 4916. 

Redhead (The) from Sun Dog. See 
Red (The) rider. 

Romance in the rain ; story by Sig 
Herzig & Jay Gorney, screen play 
by Barry Trivers, additional dia- 
logue by Gladys Unger and John 
V. A. Weaver, directed by Stuart 
Walker. 8 reels. © Aug. 10, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Aug. 11 ; L 
4886; Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 5175 

Rowing rhythm ; narrated by Ford 
Bond. (World of sports) Reel. © 
Aug. 23, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 25; M 4944; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 5176 

She loves me not ; from the novel by 
Edward Hope and the play by 
Howard Lindsay, screen play by 
Benjamin Glazer, directed by Elliott 
Nugent. 9 reels. © Aug. 9, 1934; 
2 c. Aug. 9; description Aug. 10; 
L 4880; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5177 

Society notes; story by Milton Hocky 
and Fred Rath, directed by Fred 
Waller. Reel. © Aug. 1, 1934; 
2 e. and description Aug. 2 ; M 4905 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood. 5178 

Spring-board champions. (The Grant- 
land Rice, Sportlight) Reel. © 
Aug. 29, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 31 ; M 4953 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 
5179 

Stampede (The) Sec Red (The) 
rider. 



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51 SO 



pt. I, V. 7 



Stars in the making; written and di- 
rected by William O'Connor. 2 
reels. © Aug. 9, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
9; description Aug. 10; L 4881; 
Golden state productions, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5180 

Story (The) of hell on earth. See 
Aniakchak (The Story of hell on 
earth.) 

Straight is the way ; from a play by 
Dana Burnet and George Abbott, 
screen play by Bernard Schubert, 
directed by Paul Sloane. 6 reels. 
© Aug. 7, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 13; L 488S; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 51S1 

Stranger than fiction ; produced by 
Allyn Butterfield. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 
5182, 5183 
No. 2, narrated by Alois Havrilla. 
© Aug. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. July 23 ; de- 
scription Aug. 4 ; M 4908. 
No. 3, narrated by James Walling- 
ton. © Aug. 20, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
20 ; description Aug. 22 ; M 4927. 

Strikes and spares ; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Felix E. Feist. (M. G. M. oddity). 
Reel. © Aug. 10, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Aug. 29 ; M 4950 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

5184 

Superstition (The) of the black cat; 
story by Amille Milane, directed by 
Ray Nazarro. Reel. © Aug. 9, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; description Aug. 
10 ; L 4884 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5185 

Sword of the Arab; story by Jack 
Natteford, directed by Alfred E. 
Smalley. 3 reels. © Aug. 9, 1934 ; 
2 c. Aug. 9; description Aug. 10; L 
4882 ; Golden state productions, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5186 

Then came the yawn ; directed by 
Ben Blake and Max Hayes. (A 
Treasure chest production) Reel. 
© Aug. 10, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 22; M 4930; Skibo pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 5187 

Their big moment ; from the play by 
Walter Hackett, screen play by 
Arthur Caesar & Marion Dix, di- 
rected by James Cruze. 7 reels. 
© Aug. 9, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Aug. 9 ; L 4S75 ; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5188 



There's something about a soldier ; 
animated by Myron Waldman and 
Hicks Lokey, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. (Betty Boop cartoon) 
Reel. © Aug. 15, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
16; description Aug. 17; M 4923; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5189 

Tin hat harmony ; no. 1663, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Aug. 
15, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 
16; M 4921; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 5190 

Toddle tales. See Burt Gillett's, 
Toddle tales. 

Trapped. See Red (The) rider. 

Treasure Island; screen play by John 
Lee Mahin, directed by Victor 
Fleming. 11 reels. © Aug. 7, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Aug. 27 ; L 
4908 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 5191 

Tripping through the tropics ; screen 
play by Lou Breslow, story and di- 
rection by Archie Gottler. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 6, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; descrip- 
tion Aug. 10 ; L 4S83 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 5192 

Two heads on a pillow; suggested by 
The Eternal masculine by Dorothy 
Canrield, story, continuity and dia- 
logue by Albert DeMond, directed 
by William Nigh. 8 reels. © Aug. 
27, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 29; description 
Aug. 31; L 4918; Liberty pictures 
corp., New York. 5193 

Universal newspaper newsreel. 1 reel 
each. © Universal film exchanges, 
inc. 5194-5201 

No. 255, 256. © June 5. S. 1934 ; 2 c. 

each Aug. 10; description each 

Aug. 9; M 4915, 4916. 
No. 257, 258. © June 12, 15, 1934; 

2 c. each Aug. 23 ; description each 

Aug. 22; M 4932, 4933. 
No. 259, 260. © June 19, July 22, 

1934 ; 2 c. and description each 

Aug. 23 ; M 4934, 4935. 
No. 261, 262. © June 26. 29. 1934 ; 

2 c. each Aus. 31 ; description each 

Aug. 30; M 4954, 4955. 

Unlucky strike ; story by Johnnie Grey 
and Joseph A. Fields, directed by 
Ben Holmes. 2 reels. © Aug. 17, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 27 ; 
L 4910; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5202 



250 



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no. S, 1934 



5207 



What no groceries ; story by Fred 
Gniol and Jack Townley directed 
by Fred Guiol. 2 reels. © July 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. and description Aug. 17 ; 
L 4894; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5203 

Ye happy pilgrims ; (A Walter Lantz, 
Oswald cartoon) Reel. © Sept. 3, 
1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; description Aug. 
30 ; M 4951 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 5204 

You belong to me ; from a story by 
Elizabeth Alexander, screen play by 
Walter DeLeon, adaptation by Grov- 
er Jones and William Slavens Me- 
Nutt, directed by Alfred Werker. 7 



reels. © Aug. 21, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 
23; description Aug. 24; L 4900; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5205 



Young Apollo. 



Men of tomorrow. 



1934 (The) world's fair at night; by 
Burton Holmes films, inc. % reel. 
© July 9, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Aug. 31 ; M 4957 ; Kaufmann & Fab- 
ry co., Chicago. 5206 

1934 (The) world's fair Black Forest; 
by Burton Holmes films, inc. % 
reel. © July 9, 1934; 2 c. and de- 
scription Aug. 31; M 4956; Kauf- 
mann & Fabry co., Chicago. 5207 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1934 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 548 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 478 

Total 1,026 



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1934 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abe Mitchell and the Hover boys. Abe 
Mitchell goes to college; by G. B. 
Morgeustern. © 1 c. Sept. IS, 1934 ; 
D 31143; George E. Morgenstern, 
Oak Park, 111. 5208 

Abe Mitchell and the Rover boys. The 
big game ; by G. E. Morgenstern. © 
1 c. Sept. 18, 1934 ; D 31142 ; George 

E. Morgenstern, Oak Park, 111. 

5200 

Abe Mitchell goes to college. See Abe 
Mitchell and the Rover boys. 

Accidents ; a coraedv in 5 episodes, by 

F. M. Cutter, © 1 c. July 23, 1934 ; 
D 31112; Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham, Mass. 5210 

Adventures of Cap. Pegleg and the 
gang; continuities nos. 1, 2, a radio 
play for boys, by H. G. Reynolds. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934 ; D 31233 ; How- 
ard Grant Reynolds, Winnipeg, Can- 
ada. 5211 

Adventures (The) of Santell ; episodes 
1-4, by J. M. La Dieu and H. E. 
Hardy. © 1 c. May 21, 1934; D 
31156 ; Harry E. Hardy and John M. 
La Dieu, Los Angeles. 5212 

Affair (The) of Arnold Douglas; 
script nos. 1, 2, by Don Becker. © 
1 c. each Sept. 17, 1934; D 31169, 
31170 ; Crosley radio Corp., Cincin- 
nati. 5213, 5214 

After the bazaar; a short comedy for 
five women in 1 act, by Doris 
Holmes. London [1934] 15 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 5, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 
21; D 31285; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 5215 

Ahleeta ; a play in 4 acts, by Orella 
Locke. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 
30990'; Dena Locke, Norwood, O. 

5216 

Alexander ; tragodie [von] Curt Lan- 
genbeck. Miinchen, 1934. 103, [1] 
p. 8vo. © May 31, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 
20 ; D 31323 ; Albert Langen— Georg 
Miiller, verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 
5217 



Alias Janetta ; a comedy in 1 act for 
junior high schools, b^ Fern Rives 
Jones. Minneapolis, Minn., 1934. 
30 p. 12mo. © Sept. 4, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 7; D 31038; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 5218 

All are welcome ; a farce come Jy in 
3 acts, by A. Stann. © 1 c. Sept. 
22, 1934 ; D 31304 ; Alexander Stann, 
New York. 5219 

Alley cat ; a scenario, by E. Brough- 
ton. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934 ; D 31345 ; 
Esto Broughton, Hollywood, Calif. 

5220 

Amadeus ; schauspiel in 3 akten, von 
Richard Gsell. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1934; D 31077; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 5221 

Amah at the airport. See Amah, the 
Chinese nurse. 

Amah, the Chinese nurse ; a series in 
13 continuities, by M. Small and G. 
Wood. nos. 1, 9. © 1 c. each Sept. 
14, 1934; D 31108, 31110; Mary 
Small, Pasadena, and Gladys Wood, 
San Marino, Calif. 5222, 5223 

no. 2, Amah at the airport. 

© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1934 ; D 31109 ; Mary 
Small, Pasadena, and Gladys Wood, 
San Marino, Calif. 5224 

America's singer of songs ; a story 
dedicated to Stephen Collins Foster, 
based on fact and fancy, by M. E. 
Disay. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1934; D 
31082; Mary Ethel Disay, Pitts- 
burgh. 5225 

Amerikaner am Rhein ; ein spiei in 3 
akten mit songs, wahrend der anier- 
ikanischen besetzung in Coblenz, von 
C. Piening. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1934; D 31106; Charles Piening, 
New York. 5226 

Among the living ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by R. D. Robinson. © 1 c. Sept. 
22, 1934; D 31222; Ralph D. Robin- 
son, New York. 5227 



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5228 



pt. i. v. 7 



And so she did ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. S. Rothenberg. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
1984; D 81095: Anna Shomer Roth- 
enberg, New York. 5228 

And they were reconciled ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. J. Eidson. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28. 1934; D 31340; Anthony 
Jordan Eidson, Fort Madison, la. 

5229 

Andromache ; ein filmszenarium, von 
O. Taussik. © 1 c. June 26, 1934; 
D 30985; Oskar Taussik, Vienna. 

5230 

Anfange (Die) des biirgerlicben 
trauerspiels in den fiinfziger jahren ; 
hrsg. von univ.-prof. dr. F. Briigge- 
mann. Leipzig, 1934. 332, [1] p. 
port. 8vo. (Deutsche literatur. 
Reihe [14] : Aufklarung, bd. S) © 
June 25. 1934; 1 c. Sept. 20; D 
31325; Philipp Reclam jun., Leipzig. 
5231 

Any lady might; a 3-act comedy, by 
H. Merling. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934; 
D 31122; Howard Merling, Minne- 
apolis. 5232 

Aunt Sara's wooden god ; a dramatic 
composition in 2 parts, by M. Gilbert. 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934 ; D 31054 ; Mer- 
cedes Gilbert, New York. 5233 

Bagdad express ; a comedy in 3 acts 
with a prologue, by L. Harvey. © 
1 c. Sept. 7, 1934; D 30983; Lever- 
idge Harvey, New York. 5234 

Bamboo (The) princess; an operetta 
in 2 acts for high schools and col- 
leges. Libretto and lyrics by Effa E. 
Preston, music by Henry S. Sawyer. 
Chicago [1934] 128 p. 4to. © 
Sept. 20, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 24; D 
28731 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 
5235 

Bamboozledyke (The) chair; a comedy 
in 1 act, by Irma Stanley [pseud, of 
Arthur LeRoy Kaserj Chicago 
[1934] 19 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Sept. 25, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 27; D 
31317 ; Dramatic pub. co.. Chicago. 

5236 

Bank crash ; a 3-act comedy, by Flor- 
ence T. Fleetwood. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1934; D 31066; United productions, 
Chillicothe, 111. 5237 

Bard's folly ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Anthony Noon [pseud, of F. N. May] 
in conjunction with George Leach. 
© 1 c. July 19, 1934 : D 31085 ; Flor- 
ence Noon May. New York. 5238 



Bards (The) of the air; a play, by M. 
Kanin. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934; D 
31342 : Myer Kanin, New York. 

5239 

Baron Arshag; libretto in 3 acts, by 
J. Davidian. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1934; 
D 31244; James Davidian, New 
York. 5240 

Beacon lights of literature; bk. 4, by 
Rudolph W. Chamberlain. New 
York, Syracuse, N. Y. [1934] xxii, 
905 p. front., plates, ports. 8vo. 
Dramatic contents. — Macbeth, by 
William Shakespeare. — Merton of 
the movies, by George S. Kaufman 
and Marc Connelly. — The rising of 
the moon, by Lady Gregory. — Hel- 
ena's husband, by Philip Moeller. — 
The maker of dreams, by Oliphant 
Down. — He, by Eugene O'Neill. © 
Sept. 1, 1934; 2 c. and aff. Sept IT: 
A 74962 ; Iroquois pub. co., inc., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 5240* 

Bean-spiller (The) ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. © 1 c. 
Sept. 17, 1934; D 31140; Stanley 
Jules Kauffmann, New York. 5241 

Because they saw; edited English 
translation in 3 acts, by B. Cutti, 
from the Italian play Per aver visto, 
by Luigi Barzini. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1934: D 31059; Berta Cutti, New 
York. 5242 

Bed around town ; a play in 2 acts, 
text by M. Rowland, music by Ar- 
thur Jones. © 1 c. July 6, 1934 ; D 
2S724; Mabel Rowland, New York. 
5243 

Beloved traitor; a play in 1 act, by 
Srhorm Beach. © 1 c. Sept. 21. 
1934; D 31201: Playwright pub. CO., 
El Dorado, Kan. ".244 

Benedict Arnold we might have been 
British; a play in 13 scours, by P. A. 
Johnston. © 1 c. Sept. 24. 1934: D 
31251: Perry Arthur Johnston. San 
Francisco. .".24.". 

Bessie; or, Life on the farm: a good 
old melodrama in 1 act. by Norman 
Bridge Eaton. Chicago [1984] 16 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 25. 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 27; D 31318; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 5246 

Between covers; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. J. Rapp and Lowell Brentano. 
© 1 c. Sept. 29, 1934 ; D 31349 ; Win. 
Jourdan Rapp, New York. 5247 

Big (The) game. See Abe Mitchell 
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bo. 9, 1934 



5266 



Birthday present. See Robinson 
Crusoe Junior. 

Bishop's (The) bed ; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Bennett. © 1 c. Sept. 
17, 1934; D 31136; Julia Bennett, 
Pasadena. 5248 

Black ( The ) swan ; a dramatic revue, 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics by C. W. 
Barrell, music by J. Rosamond 
Johnson. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 
1934 ; D 31350 ; Charles Wisner Bar- 
rell, New York. 5249 

Black tribute ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Meeter. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1934; D 
31187; Leonard Meeter, Upper 
Darby, Pa. 5250 

Blue eye ; a play in 4 acts, by A. C. 
Lanyon. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1934; D 
31116; Alan Charles Lanyon, Pitts- 
burg, Kan. 5251 

Blue-ribbon pie ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Helen A. Monsell. Chicago 
[1934] 84 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 
8, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 12 ; D 31063 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5252 

Bob macht sich gesund; lustpiel in 3 
akten, von Axel Ivers. © 1 c. Nov. 
21, 1933 ; D 31167 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a. g., Berlin. 5253 

Bridal quilt ; or, Monkey hat, a play in 
3 acts, by T. Powers. © 1 c. Aug. 
30. 1934 ; D 31114 ; Tom Powers, Mt. 
Kisco, N. Y. 5254 

Brooks of Sheffield ; a drama in 3 acts, 
based on the life of Charles Dickens, 
by L. H. McKinley. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 
1934; D 31036; Lulie Hard McKin- 
ley, Birmingham, Ala. 5255 

Bunco (The) man ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Borghild Refling. Evanston, 111., 
New York [etc., 1934] 152 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 12, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 
21 ; D 31195 ; Row, Peterson and co,, 
Evanston, 111. 5256 

Cabrioles ; piece inedite en 4 actes, de 
Roger Ferdinand (D'apres Lernet- 
Holenia) (In Les CEuvres libres, no. 
152) © Feb. 1, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 17 ; 
D 31162; Roger Ferdinand, Paris. 



Caleb's cousin ; an American chronicle 
in 3 acts, by A. Lee. © 1 c. Sept. 
4, 1934 ; D 30928 ; Arthur Lee, Pitts- 
burgh. 5258 

Call me Ziggy ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Goldberg and Michael Todd. © 



1 c. Sept. 26, 1934; D 31292; Dan 
Goldberg, Chicago. 5259 

Can you take it? an original musical 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. Wynn. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934; D 31047; 
Larry Wynn, Chicago. 5260 

Cantico (II) della vita; commedia in 

3 atti, di A. Vanni. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 

1934 ; D 31006 ; Alfredo Vanni, Rome. 

5261 

Captain Ho Ho ; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, text and lyrics, by W. J. 
Utter, music by Evelyn Artlip. Text, 
© 1 c. June 12, 1934; Music, © 1 c. 
July 24; D 28725; Willis J. Utter, 
Newark, N. Y. 5262 

Caste ; a 2-act play, with prologue, by 
J. P. Riewerts and O. C. Hedge. © 
1 c. Aug. 18, 1934; D 31049; J. P. 
Riewerts, San Francisco, and Opal 
C. Hedge, Oakland, Calif. 5263 

Cat (The) ; a drama in 1 act, by F. M. 
Cutter. © 1 c. July 23, 1934; D 
31111 : Florence Maxim Cutter, Ded- 
ham, Mass. 5264 

Celebrating Christmas in the grades ; 
by Ella B. Johnson, Ella L. Ottun, 
Mary A. Erb, Clara Franken, Marea 
Lambert Gaily, Edna R. Worrell, and 
others. Lebanon, O. [1934] 105 p. 
12mo. Dramatic contents. — Mono- 
logs. Just a hint. — It doesn't pay. — 
Dialogs. The months. — S. P. U. G. — 
Pantomime. Holidays of the year.- — 
Pageant. The story of Christmas. — 
Plays. Christmas eve in Norway.— 
The runaway French dolls and tin 
soldiers. — An every year Christinas 
tree. — Overheard in a toy shop. — The 
elves in Santa's workshop. — Happy 
Christmas thoughts. © Sept. 17, 
1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 29 ; aff. Oct. 1 ; AA 
157049 ; March brothers pub. co., 
Lebanon, O. 5265 

Celebrating closing day in the grades ; 
by Lenore K. Dolan. Lebanon, O. 
[1934] 92 p. l2mo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — Pantomimes. A dream of 
days to come.- — Biographies of the 
graduates. Pageants Uncle Sam's 
schools. — When geography comes to 
life. — Plays. A glimpse of the fu- 
ture. — Who wins the prize?. — Mrs. 
Mallory visits school. — A surprise 
for teacher. — A summer fantasy. — 
The story book convention. © Sept. 
7. 1934; 2 c. Sept. 29: aff. Oct. 1; 
AA 157050 ; March brothers pub. co., 
Lebanon, O. 5266 



255 



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5267 



pt. I, v. 7 



Charming (The) intruder; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Charles George. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1934. 78 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 4 ; 
D 30925 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 5267 

Checkmate; a drama in 3 acts, by S. 
K. Royle. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1934 ; D 
31280; Selena Kirtley Royle, New 
York. 5268 

Cherry (The) orchard; a play in 4 
acts, by Anton Chehov [i. e. Anton 
Cbekhov] Translated from the Rus- 
sian by Hubert Butler, introduction 
by Tyrone Guthrie. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons, The Year book 
press, ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1934] 4 
p. 1., [7]— 63, [2] p. diagrs. 8vo. 
(The Year book press series of 
plays) © Sept. 1. 1934; 1 c. Sept. 
17; D 31329; Hubert Butler, New- 
bliss, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. 5269 

Chimney (The) corner, a play for 
women in 1 act, by M. E. Atkinson. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press, ltd. : Boston, Mass.. 
The Baker international play bu- 
reau [1934] 28 p. 12mo. (The 
Year book press series of plays) © 
Sept. 7, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 17 ; D 31327 ; 
M. E. Atkinson, Beaconsfield, Bucks, 
England. 5270 

Chopin ; an episode in 6 pictures, by 
V. S. Putnam. © 1 c. July 13, 1934 ; 
D 31048; Virginia Shaw Putnam. 
New Orleans. 5271 

Christmas hymn pantomimes ; edited 
bv Verna Whinery. New York. 1934. 
20 p. 8vo. © June 30. 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 8; D 28727; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York. 5272 

Christmas (The) story hour: a Christ- 
mas pageant for little children, by 
Martha Bayly, incidental music by 
Arthur Grantley [pseud, of I. H. 
Meredith] New York, 1934. 15 p. 
8vo. © July 28, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; 
D 28739; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 5273 

Christmas through the ages ; a sacred 
cantata-pageant for choir and Sun- 
day-school, text by Viers Robertson, 
music by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, O., 
New York, [etc.] 1934. 32 p. 4to. 
© July 18, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 9; D 
28736. Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 
5274 



Olivia : operette in 3 akten, von C. 
Amberg und F. Maregg. Musik von 
Nico Dostal. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1934 ; D 31198 ; Thalia verlag, Leip- 
zig. 5275 

Cobbler (The) of Fairyland: a juve- 
nile operetta in 3 acts (for un- 
changed voices) libretto and lyrics 
by Effa E. Preston. Music by Carol 
Winston. Chicago [1934] 102 p. 
4to. © Sept. 20, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 24 ; 
D 28730; T. S. Denison & co., Chi- 
cago. 5276 

Cock (The) crows ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. M. Sims and A. Jenkin. © 
1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 31035: Mar- 
garet Medbury Sims and Alfred Jen- 
kin, Los Angeles. 5277 

Cohen and Kenny, incorporated. See 
My Hebrew Colleen. 

Colin. See Colin Stanier. 

Colin Stanier ; a play in prologue and 
10 scenes, by Harriet L. Green, a 
dramatic version of E. F. Benson's 
stories, Colin and Colin II. © 1 c. 
Sept. 21, 1934; D 31227; Jerome 
Coray, Pasadena. 5278 

Colin II. See Colin Stanier. 

Contrast ; a 1-act play, by B. P. Gep- 
hart. © 1 e. Aug. 29, 1934; D 
31099; Besse Patterson Gephart, 
Clayton, Mo. .",27! I 

Coscienza (La) urnana. See Sulamite 
(La) 

Countess Anna of Russia ; a play in 3 
acts, by L. Costantino. © 1 c. Sept. 
7, 1934; D 30976; Luigi Costantino. 
New York. 5280 

Crapauds (Les) ; piece en 3 actes, de 
L. Daquin. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934; 
D 31009; Louis Daquin, Paris. 

5281 

Crazy (A) wedding and a cuckoo 
court; by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. 
New York [1934] 24 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 20, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 21: D 
31192; Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New 
York. 5282 

Crime in the sun : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frank Sandell [pseud, of F. 
Siebenhandell © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1934: D 31183; Frank Siebenhandel, 
New York. 5283 



256 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1934 



5303 



Crock (The) the cock and the candle; 
a comedy in 1 act, by Hugh Chester- 
man. London, H. F. W. Dearie & 
sons The Year book press ltd. ; Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Baker international 
play bureau [1934] 16 p. 12mo. 
(Village drama society plays) © 
Aug. 15, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 4 ; D 31130 ; 
Hugh Chesterman, Islip, Oxford- 
shire, England. 5284 

Cross (The)— the key of life; a Bibli- 
cal pageant, by E. G. Koellisch. © 
1 c. Sept. 4, 1934; D 31299; Ethel 
Grace Koellisch, E. Cleveland. 

5285 

Cukraszne (A) ; szinmu 1 felvonasban, 
irta: Molnar Ferenc [i. e. Ferenc 
Molnar] © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 
31011 ; Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
Hungary. 52S6 

•Cupboard love. See Life wants pad- 
ding. 

Daughters (The) of Columbia; a play 
in 1 act, by Rose L. Hamilton. 1934. 
cover-title, 20 p. port. Svo. © Aug. 
15, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 14; D 31079; 
Rose L. Hamilton, Pendleton, Or. 

5287 

Death of an octopus; a drama in 3 
acts, by Nicholas A. Dunaev [pseud, 
of N. A. Dunayl © 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1934; D 31115; Nicholas A. Dunay, 
Washington. 528S 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Aug. 9, 1934. Lola Montez, pt. 2. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934 ; D 31022 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 5289 

■ Aug. 16, 1934. Shotgun wed- 
ding. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 
31023; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 5290 

Aug. 23, 1934. Madame 

Moustache. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; 
D 31024; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 5291 

Aug. 30, 1934. Yankee Jim. 

© 1 c. Sept. 10, 1934 ; D 31025 ; Pa- 
cific Coast borax co., New York. 

5292 

Sept. 6, 1934. The man who 

stayed behind. © 1 c. Sept. 10. 
1934; D 31026; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 5293 

Derelict; a play in 3 acts, by Leslie 

Reade. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1934; D 

31073; Leslie Isaac Reade, New 

York. 5294 



Dernier (Le) visage de don Juan. See 
Intermedes. 

Devastating (The) host; a play in 3 
acts, by Mary-Martha K n o w 1 e s 
[pseud, of A. Whytal and M. Wal- 
dreaon] © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1934; D 
31289 ; Adelaide Whytal, Beausoleil, 
France, A. M., and Mabel Waldreiaon, 
Monaco, France. 5295 

Diamond (The) egg ; by M. M. Dalston. 
[London] 1934. 46 p. 16mo. © 
Aug. 24, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 5 ; D 30941 : 
Mary Marshall Dalston, London. 

5296 

Dinny ; a play in 3 acts, by R. Tucker. 
© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1934; D 31252; 
Roscoe Tucker, N. Madison, Inch 

5297 

Director's (The) nightmare; a politi- 
cal document in 3 acts, by B. Bengal. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934 ; D 31149 ; Ben 
Bengal, New York. 5298 

Discovering Connecticut ; a savage 

comedy in 3 acts, by Kenneth White. 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1934; D 31070; 

Kenneth Joseph White, Elmore, Vt. 

5299 

Doctor (The) ; blackout sketch, by 
Robert Wildhack. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1934; D 31051; Robert J. Wild- 
hack, New York. 5300 

Doctor Brown ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. Bobbins. 

.03'3in kv^ pa yax-n x ;T»na -ixupia 

© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1934 ; D 31173 ; Leo 
Robbins, New York. 5301 

Doctor Jones health farm ; a comedy 
playlet, by J. Cantwell. © 1 c. Sept. 
28, 1934 ; D 31335 ; Johnny Cantwell, 
% Rocke productions, New York. 

5302 

Doctor's orders. See First nighter. 

Dodsworth (Sinclair Lewis's) ; drama- 
tized by Sidney Howard, with com- 
ments by Sidney Howard and Sin- 
clair Lewis on the art of dramatiza- 
tion. Illustrated. New York, Har- 
court, Brace and company [1934] 
lxxii, 162 p. plates. Svo. p. [xxi- 
lix] numbered [315]-353 according 
to original edition of Dodsworth 
from which that portion is quoted. 
© Sept. 13, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; D 
31196; Sinclair Lewis, South Pom- 
fret, Vt., and Sidney Howard, New 
York. 5303 



91797—34- 



257 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5304 



pt. i, v. 7 



Domination : a revue sketch, by A. 
Baxter. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934; D 
31121 ; Alan Baxter, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 5304 

Don Alvaro Soiiaclor ; a fantasy in 9 
scenes, by E. J. Hochnian. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1934; D 31282; Eugene 
Joseph Hochman, Toledo. 5305 

Don Quichotte de la Manche ; comedie- 
heroique en 5 actes, en vers [par] 
Louis Icart. Paris, Editions excel- 
sior, 1934. 4 p. 1., 11-252 p. © 
June 27, 1934 ; 1 c. Aug. 30 ; D 31001 ; 
Louis Icart, Paris. 5306 

Dona Apolonia la bruja ; dramatic dia- 
logue, by La Bella Netty and Rod- 
riguez. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1934; D 
31308; Edward B. Marks music 
corp., New York. 5307 

Donder and Blitzen ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. T. Madden. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1934 ; D 31200 ; Harry Timothy Mad- 
den, Westport, Conn. 5308 

Double. See Iutermedes. 

Drame (Le) mysterieux du Theatre de 
Paris ; piece en 3 actes, par J. Lang- 
lois. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934 ; D 3100S ; 
Jacques Langlois, Paris. 5300 

Drunkard (The) ; or, The fallen saved, 
a drama in 5 acts, adapted by W. H. 
Smith, as ■ further adapted by A. 
Brainercl. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1984; D 
30940; Alice Brainerd, Berkeley, 
Calif. 5310 

Early (The) worm gets the bird; by 
H. C. Smith. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1934 ; 
D 30908; Henry Clapp Smith, New 
York. 5311 

Easy plays for children; by various 
authors. New York [1934] 111 p. 
12mo. Contents. — The kitten's 
party. — Peter Pumpkin Face.- 
Please ! — Mr. Weatherman. — The 
Chocolate Bunny and the Sweetmeat 
Chick. — The conceited weather- 
cock. — My grandmother's cat. 
— The magic word. — The way the 
noise began. — Through the magni- 
fying glass. © Sept. 14, 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 15; D 31127; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 5312 

Eclipse ; a play in 3 acts, by C. E. 
Freybe. © 1 c. Sept. 5. 1934: D 
30951; Carl E. Freybe, Scarsdale. 
N. Y. 5313 

Ecole (L') des contribuables ; comedie 
en 3 actes, par Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of Louis Collin] et G. Berr. 



[Paris] 1934. 42, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 678) © 
June 16, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 30; D 
31002; Louis Collin, Boulogne 
(Seine) France, et Georges Berr, 
Paris. 5314 

Eighteen carat Goldie ; a play in 3 acts, 
with music, by D. Barstow. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1934; D 31061; 
Dorothy Barstow, New York. 5315 

Emergency ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Thompson. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1034; 
D 31037: Loyd Thompson, San 



Diego, Calif. 



5316 



Enchanting (The) snatch: a play in 3 
acts, by D. K. Luster. © 1 c. Sept. 
25, 1934 ; D 31284 ; Dwight K. Luster, 
Sharon, Mass. 5317 

Epilogue ; a play in 2 acts, by S. K. 
Lauren. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934; D 
31343; Samuel K. Lauren, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 5318 

Ei-finder (Der) ; play in 3 acts, by M. 
Lengyel. © 1 c. July 30, 1934; D 
31043; Melchior Lengyel, London. 

5319 

Esprey ; a play in 3 acts, by M. S. Auld. 
© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1034; D 31281; 
Madeleine Swift Auld, Larchmont, 
N. Y. 5320 

Esther ; a plav in 25 scenes, by M. A. 
Hall. © 1 c. Sept. 13. 1934; D 
31131; Mary Alice Hall, Grymes 
Hill, S. I., N. Y. 5321 

Evenin'-time ; a folk-music-drama of 
the southern mountains, in 4 acts, 
book by V. M. Smith, music by 
Gladys Vee Jameson. © 1 c. Sept. 
6, 1034; D 28720; Virgil Milton 
Smith, Marshalltown, la. 5322 

Everlasting (The) child. (Das le- 
benslaengliche kind) ; a comedy in 
4 acts, by Robert Neuner. English 
translation, bv Emily Stone. © 1 c. 
Sept. 6, 1934; D 30959; Hans 
Bartsch, New York. 5323 

Everlasting dreams ; drama in 2 acts 
and a prologue, by P. L. Adams. © 
1 c. Sept. 11, 1934: D 31052; Paul 
Louison Adams. New York. 5324 

Excuse everything? a melodrama in 3 

ads, by Mark Ramev [pseud, of] 

M. Epstein. © 1 C. Sept. 13. 19:54 ; 

D 31090: Max Epstein, Brooklyn. 

5325 



258 



DEA.MATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1934 



5344 



Faith of our fathers; historical drama 
designed to represent in song, dia- 
logue and pantomime the sacrifices 
and trials of the immigrant 
Schwenkfelders, 1726-1734, by C. S. 
Shearer, F. L. Hess and S. G. 
Schultz. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1934; D 
31234; Christine S. Shearer, Wor- 
cester, Pa., Frances Leedom Hess, 
Philadelphia, and Selina G. Schultz, 
Washington. 5326 

Fallen saved. See Drunkard. 

Fanati; a play in 8 scenes, by R. E. 
Welles. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 
31305 ; Ralph Emerson Welles, Palo 
Alto, Calif. 5327 

Farmer (The) takes a wife; a play 
in 3 acts, by Frank B. Elser and M. 
Connelly, based on the novel Rome 
haul, by Walter D. Edmonds. © 
1 c. Sept. 28, 1934; D 31341; Marc 
Connelly, New York. 5328 

Father in name only ; a true story 
from life in 3 acts, by V. IT. Schil- 
ling. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934; D 
31186; Viola Utler Schilling, New 
York. 5329 

Fault (The) of angels ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Paul Horgan. © 1 c. 
Sept. 5. 1934; D 30956; Paul Rohr 
Horgan, Roswell, N.M. 5330 

Fearful passage ; a play in 3 acts, by 
O. Borsten. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; 
D 31150; Orin Borsten, Atlanta. 

5331 

Femes schiff; 3 akte aus dem leben 
des grossen kolonisators John Smith, 
von Rudolf Hans Bartsch. © 1 c. 
Sept. 20, 1934; D 31332; Paul 
Zsolnay verlag, a. g., Berlin. 5332 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Aug. 
31, 1934. A practical man, by Caro- 
lyn Clarke. © 1 c. Sept. 1. 1934; 
D 30922; Campana sales co., Bata- 
via, 111. 5333 

Sept. 21, 1934. Doctor's or- 
ders, by Margaret Freshley. © 1 c. 
Sept. 24, 1934; D 31246; Campana 
. sales co., Batavia, 111. 5334 

Fish (The) tale; episodes 1, 2, by Mc- 
Kent Barnes [i.e. H. M. Barnes] © 
1 c. Sept. 1, 1934 ; D 30949 ; Howard 
McKent Barnes, Chicago. 5335 

Five-minute plays for children : a col- 
lection of novelty playlets, by Ger- 
maine Haney. Minneapolis, Minn., 
1934. 95 p. 12mo. Contents.— The 
favor. — A visit to the farm. — The 



amateur play. — Runaway. — Playing 
hospital. — All aboard. — The circus. — 
Seeing the world. — The party. — Bur- 
ied treasure. — So sick. — The quar- 
tet. — Initiated. — The dog. — The auc- 
tion. — Accidents. — Home-made ice- 
cream. — The neighborhood news. — 
Jewelers. — Gypsies. — The muse- 
um. — Surprise. — The excursion.- — 
Somethin' to tell. — Good old Ted- 
dy. — The s'prise party. — Bang. — The 
picture. — The library. — Sure cure. — 
© Sept. 6, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 10; D 
30999 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 5336 

Flowers (The) of the forest ; a play in 
3 acts, by J. Van Druten. © 1 c. 
Sept. 8, 1934; D 30997; John Van 
Druten, London. 5337 

For love or money ; a satiric farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. Langner and 
Armina Marshall [i.e. A. M. Lang- 
ner] Rev. version. © 1 c. Sept. 
. 5, 1934 ; D 30942 ; Lawrence Langner 
and Armina Marshall Langner, New 
York. 5338 

Forgive us our trespasses. See High 
noon of life. 

Formula (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. J. Collins. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1934 ; 
D 31190; Frank J. Collins, New 
York. 5339 

Found : a sister ; a playlet in 2 short 
a^ts, by Kathryn Peck. © 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1934; D 31046; Kathryn May 
Peck, Scranton, Pa. 5340 

Frenchman (A) comes to London; a 
play in 3 acts, by Pauline Hopkins. 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1934 ; D 31091 ; Pau- 
line Mackie Hopkins, New York. 

5341 

Frenchman's (The) kiss. See Honour 
among gigolos. 

Fresh coffee ; a 1-act play, by A. J. 
Belasco. © 1 c. May 25, 1934; D 
30969; Arthur J. Belasco, Culver 
City, Calif. 5342 

Froggie's wooing; a whimsical ope- 
retta on the old nursery rhyme, 
music, interpolations and stage set- 
ting, by C. E. Gardner. © 1 c. 
Sept. 8, 1934 ; D 2S722 ; Cornelia E. 
Gardner, Berkeley, Calif. 5343 

From whom all blessings flow ; a play 
in 3 acts, by Gregory Coe. © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1934: D 30926; Arthur C. 
Gray, Eugene, Or. 5344 



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Galatea ; a play in scenes, by S. N. 
Vasiliades. Translated from the 
original Greek into English by S. 
D. Polychronopoulos. This version 
adapted from the translation, by 
J. Cravens. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1934; 
D 31247; Stephen D. Polychronop- 
oulos, and Junius Cravens, San 
Francisco. 5345 

Gallant Michael ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. D. G. Miller. © 1. Sept. 10, 
1934; D 31031; Alice D. G. Miller, 
W. Hollywood, Calif. 5346 

Garden (The) of the soul; a religious 
pageant, by Mrs. Geo. E. Gresham 
[i.e. L. P. Gresham] © 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1934; D 31298; Louise Peychaud 
Gresham, Chattanooga. 5347 

Gay Socrates ; a screen play, by Alan 
Rathbun [pseud, of F. H. Rathbun] 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1934; D 31075; 
Frank H. Rathbun, New York. 

5348 

General Benny Bimbo on the air ; a 
dramatico musical composition in 3 
parts, story, plot, lyrics, and music 
by Benny Samberg [i.e. Benjamin 
Samberg] © 1 c. Sept. 26. 1934; 
D 2S734 ; Benjamin Samberg. Brook- 
lyn. 5349 

Genius is a circus ; or, Here comes 
the baritone, by A. Jenkin and M. 
Sims. © 1 c. June 13, 1934; D 
30966; Alfred Jenkin and Margaret 
Sims, Los Angeles. £350 

Gentleman (The) hobo; a farce-com- 
edy in 1 prologue, 2 acts and 1 epi- 
logue, by E. La Roche and P. Colon. 
© 1 e. Sept. 6, 1934; D 31228: Ed- 
ward La Roche and Pablo Colon, 
New York. 5351 

Gentleman's treat; a play in 3 acts, 
by Harrison Orkow. © 1 c. Aug. 
1, 1934; D 30937: Ben Harrison 
Orkow, Santa Monica, Calif. 5352 

Ghosts on Christmas eve; a play in 1 
act, by M. B. Latter. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons The Year book 
press, ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1934] 
20 p. 12mo. (The Year book press 
-ciics of plays) © Aug. 23, 1934; 
1 c. Sept. 4; D 31128: Mabel B. 
Latter, Auckland S. S. 2.. New Zea- 
land. 5353 

Glamorous husband; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by A. R. Miller. © 1 c. 
Sept. 5, 1934: D 30953: Alice Ruth 
Miller, New York. 5354 



Gold bonds ; a play in 2 prologues and 
2 acts, by M. F. Holt. © 1 c. Sept. 
4. 1934 ; D 30936 ; Maynard F. Holt, 
Rye, N.Y. 5355 

Gold of the wise man ; a program of 
song and story, story and lyrics by 
Valeria R. Lehman. Music by Nor- 
man Lighthill [pseud, of Ira B. Wil- 
son] Dayton, O., New York [etc.] 
1934. 20 p. Svo. © July 3. 1934 ; 
2 c. Aug. 9; D 28735; Lorenz pub. 
co., Dayton, O. 5356 

Golf (The) champ; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by Austin Goetz. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1934. 92 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 4 ; 
D 30924; Northwestern press. Min- 
neapolis. 5357 

Gondoliers (The) ; or, The king of 
Barataria, written by W. S. Gilbert, 
composed by Arthur Sullivan, cut 
for high school production, by Berta 
Elsmith [i.e. Berta E. Rheindorf] 
New York, 1934. 93 p. 4to. (El- 
smith series, no. 21) © Sept. 15, 
1934; 2 c. Sept. 27; D 28743; El- 
smith music laboratory, inc., New 
York. 535S 

Good (A) brother; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Edson. © 1 c. Sept. 6. 1934 : 
D 30961; Wesley Edson, Jackson 
Heights., N. Y. 5359 

Good primary plays for children of the 
first and second grades ; by Beatrice 
Marie Casey. Chicago [1934] 144 p. 
16mo. Contents. — Borrowed birth- 
day party. — Gift for mother. — Little 
animal doctor. — Little Cheery's 
Christmas. — Little organ grinder. — 
Penny parade. — Rilla's rainbow. — 
Safety Sammy. — Sandman. — Whose 
pony is Pat? © Sept. 17. 1934: 2 c. 
Sept. 21; aff. Sept. 20: A A 1561. -.8: 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 5360 

Good-will to men : a sacred dramatic 
Christmas cantata, text by Laura 
Bell, music by Ruth Dale [pseud, 
of Ira B. Wilson] Dayton. O.. New 
York, 1934. 32 p. 4to. © July 23, 
1934: 2 c. Aug. 29: D 2S742 ; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 5361 

Graduation: a high school merry-go- 
round in 3 turns, by P. Eldridge. < 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 31032; Paul 
Eldridge, New York. 5362 

Grand hotel ; Sept. 23, 1934. Incident 
in Vienna, a radio broadcast, by An- 
thony Wayne. © 1 c. Sept. 24. 1934 ; 
D 31239; Campana sales co„ Ba- 
tavia, 111. 5363 



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n:;s:^ 



Great (The) crusade, the cross against 
the crescent ; a screen drama, by 
Count L. Hamon. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1934 ; D 31250 ; Count Louis Hamon, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5364 

Great (The) Sam Chi-Chi-Bubski ; a 
play by S. Robinson. © 1 c. Sept. 
22, 1934; D 31212; Sam Robinson, 
New York. 5365 

Green cheese; an operetta, book by 
Zelda Gottlieb, lyrics by Marion 
Wakeman. Music by Ira B. Wilson. 
Dayton, New York, [etc.] 1984. 
47 p. 4to. © July 18, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 9; D 28737; Lorenz pub. co.. 
Dayton, O. 5366 

Green lights on Banna Strand ; a play 
in 4 episodes, by R. Monteith. (c) 
1 c. Sept. 28, 1934 ; D 31312 ; Robert 
Monteith, Detroit. 5367 

Gregor und Heinrich ; schauspiel 
[von] E. G. Kolbenheyer. Munchen, 
1934. 81, [1] p. 8vo. © May 31, 
1934; 1 c. Sept. 20; D 31324; Al- 
bert Langen — Georg Miiller, verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 5368 

Grosse kardinal (herzog von Riche- 
lieu, premier-minister von Frank- 
reich) ; em schauspiel, von Karl 
Bartz. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934; D 
31076; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf. 5369 

Guts ; a 3-act play, by J. F. Goodrich. 
'© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1934 ; D 31226 ; John 
Fish Goodrich, Hollywood, Calif. 

5370 

Hail the Leader ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by J. Kerman. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1934 ; 
D 30981 ; Julius Kerman, St. Albans, 
L. L, N. Y. 5371 

Half-breed (The) ; a comedy drama in 
4 acts, by M. M. Watson. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1934; D 31235; Mary Mar- 
garet Watson, Los Angeles. 5372 

Heaven on earth; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Alexis Massaifnoff. © 1 c. Sept. 
15, 1934; D 31230; Alexis Alexie- 
vitch Massainoff, Los Angeles. 5373 

Hell Gate tides ; a dramatization in 3 
acts of Lee Thayer's detective novel 
of the same title, by Lewis Martin. 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934 ; D 30923 ; Lewis 
Harvey Martin, New York. 5374 

Her betrothal night ; a play in 2 acts, 
by F. T. David. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1934; D 31068; Frank Thomas 
David, New York. 5875 



Here conies the baritone. See Genius 
is a circus. 

Hidden treasures in literature ; bks. 
1, 2, [by] Luella B. Cook, George 
W. Norvell, William A. McCall. 
New York, 1934. 2: v. illus. Svo. 
Dramatic contents. — bk. 1. The vio- 
lin maker of Cremona, by Frangois 
Coppee. — The knave of hearts, by 
Louise Saunders. — bk. 2. Nathan 
Hale, by Clyde Fitch.— The patch- 
work quilt, by Rachel Lyman 
Field.- — The Grand Cham's diamond, 
by Alan Noble Monkhouse. — The ro- 
mancers, by Edmond Rostand, bk. 
1. © Sept. 10, 1934; bk. 2, © Sept. 
12 ; bk. 1, 1 c. Sept. 22 ; 1 c. and aff . 
Sept. 14 ; bk. 2, 2 c. and aff. Sept. 21 ; 
A 76034, 76088 ; Harcourt, Brace and 
co., inc., New York. 5375* 

High noon of life ; or, Forgive us our 
trespasses, a drama in 3 acts, by 
A. M. Clements. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1934 ; D 31293 ; Angela M. Clements, 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 5376 

His family ; by Edwin S. Hewitt. © 

1 c. Sept. 8, 1984; D 30992; Olivia 
Orth, Milwaukee. 5377 

His golden hour ; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by Carl Krivack [pseud, of C. Kri- 

vacek] © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 

31182; Carl Krivacek, Los Angeles. 

5378 

His Star in the East; a Christmas 
drama in 2 scenes, by lone Catton. 
Lansing, Mich., Michigan council of 
religious education [1934] cover- 
title, 11 p. 8vo. © Sept. 21. 1934; 

2 c. Sept. 24 ; D 31237 ; lone Catton, 
Lansing, Mich. 5379 

His wife's husband ; a play in 3 acts, 

by G. Dick. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934 ; 

D 31055; Gretchen Dick, New York. 

53S0 

Historic battle of the Monitor and the 
Merrimac. See Men of power. 

Holland (The) tunnel heiress; a play, 
by T. A. Cracraft. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 
1934; D 31176; Tom Adrian Cra- 
craft, New York. 5381 

Home sweet home; chapters 1-29, by 
Burr Cook. © 1 c. each Sept. 8, 
1934; D 30986; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 5382 

Honour among gigolos ; or, The French- 
man's kiss, a farce in 3 acts, by C. 
Briggs. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1934; D 
31113 ; Charles Briggs, Cleveland. 

5383 



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Hoofer (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

A. Sinclair. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1934; 

D 312S3: Arthur Sinclair, Buffalo. 

5384 

House (The) of Raman ; an historical 
p'ay in 3 acts from The Christmas 
cycle, by Harold F. Schory. [1934] 
2 p. 1., [7]-72. [2] p. 12mo. © Aug. 
11, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 1 ; D 30915; Har- 
old F. Schory, Macomb, 111. 5385 

House of Rawchild ; satiring The rise 
of the house of Rothschild, by H. W. 
Conn. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1934; D 
31067 ; Harry Wagner Conn, New 
York. 5386 

Idol's (The) secret; a drama in 3 
acts, by H. M. Fisher. © 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1934 ; D 31028 ; Herbert MacQueen 
Fisher, Palo Alto, Calif. 5387 

Imperatore (L') ; commedia in 3 atti 
[di] Luigi Bonelli (W. Cetoff Stern- 
berg) [pseud.] preceduta dalla sto- 
ria de Catoff. 2. ed. Firenze, Soc. 
an. G. Barbera, 1934. xxviii, 153 p. 
12mo. © June 1, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 6 ; 
D 31000; Luigi Bonelli, Florence, 
Italy. 5388 

In safe keeping ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Madison Goff. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1934; D 31339; Madison Leitch Goff, 
South Pasadena, Calif. 5389 

In the gloaming ; a revue sketch, by A. 
Baxter. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934; D 
31120; Alan Baxter, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 5390 

Incident in Yienna. See Grand hotel. 

Incomparable Emma ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jane Cran and H. E. H. Tracy. 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1934; D 31184; 
Horace Ernest Humphrey Tracy, 
Halton Camp, Bucks, England. 5391 

Indian blankets and blue bonnets. See 
Reelfoot. 

Intermedes ; Pierres precieuses, Dou- 
ble, Le dernier visage de don Juan, 
Richard [par] Alfred Fabre-Luce. 
Paris [19341 3 p. 1., [9]-269, [2] 
p. 12nio. © June 20, 1934; 1 c. 
Aug. 30; A — Foreign 25495; Li- 
brairie Gallimard, Paris. 5391* 

Invisible (The) clue; a mystery play 
in 1 act. by William Milligan [pseud, 
of William M. Sloane, III] New 
York [1934] 45 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
20, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 21; D 31191; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

5392 



Isis; canto-mime spectacle drama in 4 
acts, by Louise Ayer Le Gai [pseud. 
of M. L. Ayer] Text. © 1 C. Apr. 
25. 1934: D 30927; Marie Louise 
Ayer, Chicago. 5393 

It happened in Paris; a radio play in 
3 episodes, by Hans Rolfs. © 1 c. 
Sept. 4. 1934; D 31199; Hans Wil- 
helm Rolfs, Oakland, Calif. 5394 

It happened like this : a play in 2 acts, 
by A. C. O'Dea. from an idea by 
Richard Harlan. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 
1934; D 31225: Anne Caldwell 
O'Dea. Los Angeles. 5395 

It's- human nature : a comedy in 3 
acts, by M. Blackmore and M. K. 
Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1934; D 
31039; Madeline Blackmore. Los 
Angeles, and Mildred K. Smith. Al- 
tadena, Calif. 5390 

Jacob's ladder ; by Beatrice Mieville 
King. Hartford, Conn. [1934] 18 p. 
front., illus. Svo. (The church in 
story and pageant) © June 15. 
1934 : 2 c. Sept. 10 ; D 31062 ; Church 
missions pub. co., Hartford. 5397 

Jerry : a play in 3 acts, by A. Roth. 
© 1 c. Sept. 19. 1934; D 31258; 
Aaron Roth, Brooklyn. 5398 

Jungle love : an operetta in 2 acts, 

book by D. Heywood. Text. © 1 c. 

Sept. 13, 1934; D 31092; Donald 

Heywood, New York. 5399 

Just like that : a comedv in 3 acts, by 
J. R. Neff. © 1 c. Sept. 19. 1934: 
D 31177; John R. Neff, Glen Rock. 
N. J. 5400 

Just like us ; a comedy in 1 act by 
Mollie Kelly [pseud, of Mollie Kelly 
Towner] Chicago [1934] 42 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 25, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
27: D 31316; Dramatic pub. co.. 
Chicago. 5401 

Just what they wanted; a comedy in 
1 act, by Mary Cunningham [pseud, 
of Mary Cunningham Pierce] Chi- 
cago [1934] 27 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Sept. 25, 1934: 2 c. Sept. 27: D 
31319; Dramatic pub. en.. Chicago. 
5402 

Khldie-kutups minstrels; a complete 
minstrel show for children, by Cath- 
erine Marshall | pseud, of Arthur Le- 
Roy Kaser] Chicago [1934] 32 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 8. 1934: 2 c. Sept. 
12: D 31065: Dramatic pub. co.. 
Chicago. 5403 

King (if Barataria. See Gondoliers. 



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5448 



Kleine (Das) cafe; ein wienerisches 
lustspiel (nacli einem alten stoff) in 
3 akten, von Ralph Benatzky, musik 
von Ralph Benatzky. Soufflier- 
und reaiebuch. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 
20, 1934; D 31331; Ludwig Dob- 
linger (Bernard Herzmansky) 
Vienna. 5404 

Kleist's tod ; ein schauspiel, von Uli 
Klimsch. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1933; D 
31168 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 5405 

Lamp (The) within thy hand; a pag- 
eant for Rally day. [Philadelphia, 
1934] 31 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1934 ; 2 c. Oct. 1 ; aff. Sept. 
29; AA 155991; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 5406 

Last (The) round-up ; a rural comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. W. Young. © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1934 ; D 31072 ; John Wray 
Young, Hutchison, Kan. 5407 

Lebenslaengliche (Das) kind. See 
Everlasting (The) child. 

Leisure (The) age; a satirical comedy 
in 3 acts, by F. R. Walton. © 1 c. 
Sept. 24, 1934; D 31256; Fred Rob- 
ert Walton, New York. 5408 

Lemonade (The) stand; a juvenile 
operetta in 1 act, libretto by Alta 
Halverson Seymour. Lyrics and 
music by Helen Wing. Chicago 
[1934] 16 p. 4to. © Sept. 26, 
1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 29 ; D 28745 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 5409 

Let's ask ; by Edwin S. Hewitt. © 1 c. 
Sept. 8, 1934 ; D 30993 ; Olivia Orth, 
Milwaukee. 5410 

Let's go nudist; book for a musical 
comedy, by I. Goldberg and Henry 
Thomas. Libretto. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1934; D 31189; Isaac Goldberg, 
Brookline, Mass. 5411 

Let's pretend ; a juvenile skit, by B. E. 
Lane. © 1 c. July 6, 1934 ; D 31300 ; 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane, Flint, 
Mich. 5412 

Letter (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
D. L. James. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1934 ; 
D 31254; Daniel L. James, Kansas 
City, Mo. 5413 

Liberte provisoire; comedie en 4 actes 
de Michel Duran. [Paris] 1934. 
34, [2] p. front, illus., 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 680]) © 
June 30, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 17; D 
31286; Michel Duran, Paris. 5414 



Liberty ; being the biography of La- 
fayette, told in dramatic form in 2 
acts, by A. Strong. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1934 ; D 31204 ; Austin Strong, Nan- 
tucket, Mass. 5415 

Life comes to this ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. M. Axelson. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 

. 1934; D 30963; Mary McDougal 
Axelson, New York. 5416 

Life of Knute Rockne; by John J. 
Van Nostrand. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1934 ; 
D 30930 ; Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 5417 

Life (The) of Linda Hartman ; epi- 
sodes nos. 1, 2, a radio series, by 
C. O. Peare. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1934; 
D 31303; Catherine Owens Peare, 
West Norwood, N. J. 5418 

Life (The) of man ; a play in 5 scenes 
with a prologue, by Leonid Andreev, 
translated from the Russian, by V. 
Ughet. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934; D 
31060; Valentine Ughet, New York. 
5419 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern, by Don 
Becker; script nos. 40-59. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 20, 1934 ; D 31259-31278 ; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

5420-5439 

■ script nos. 60, 61. © 1 c. 

each Sept. 26, 1934 ; D 31333, 31334 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

5440, 5441 

Life of Peter the Great ; episodes nos. 
17-22, a radio continuity, by Ed- 
ward Lynn. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1934 ; 
D 31301 ; Don Lee broadcasting sys- 
tem, Los Angeles. 5442 



Life on the farm. 



Bessie. 



Life wants padding; a comedy in 3 
acts, by I. K. Davis. Rev. version 
of play also registered as Cupboard 
love and The naked woman. © 1 c. 
Sept. 8, 1934 ; D 31030 ; Irving Kaye 
Davis, New York. 5443 

Lines and spaces; by C. H. Cable, 
episode nos. 32, 33. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 4, 1934 ; D 30933, 30934 ; Clar- 
ence Henry Cable, Norwalk, Conn. 
5444, 5445 

episode nos. 34, 35. © 1 c. 

each Sept. 17, 1934 ; D 31133, 31134 ; 
Clarence Henry Cable, Norwalk, 
Conn. 5446, 5447 

Little (The) organist; a drama of 
country life, by C. A. Hanson. © 
1 c. Sept. 19, 1934; D 31172; Clara 
A. Hanson, Chicago. 5448 



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Lively plays for boys and girls ; a col- 
lection of fifteen 1-act plays, by 
Grace Sorenson. Minneapolis, 1934. 
172 p. 12mo. Contents. — The mys- 
terious gifts. — The comic valen- 
tines. — ■ Book magic. — Ungrateful 
Louise. — The real Hallowe'en sur- 
prise. — An April fool's party. — Not 
like George Washington. — Why the 
silver bell rang. — The secret work- 
ers. — The meaning of Mother's 
Day. — Hidden May baskets. — The 
picnickers. — Hallowe'en in the 
tower. — A Christmas surprise. — The 
Hallowe'en gang. © Sept. 18, 1934 ; 
2 c. Sept. 21; D 312,09; Northwest- 
ern press, Minneapolis. 5449 

Lobo ; a tragedy of the North in 3 
acts, by M. H. Rozelle. © 1 e. Aug. 
20, 1934; D 30982; Marie Helene 
Rozelle, Van Nuys, Calif. 5450 

Lola Montez. See Death Valley days. 

Lone (The) Ranger; nos. A-13-A-15, 
by Francis Striker. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 22, 1934; D 31217-31219; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 5451-5453 

Lonely (The) man ; a dramatic biog- 
raphy in 2 acts, by Richard Mai- 
baum. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1934; D 
31291; Richard Walter Maibaum, 
New York. 5454 

Lost (The) grand duchess ; a story in 
play form, by R. D. Hillis. © 1 c. 
Sept. 1, 1934; D 30918; Richard 
Dwight Hillis, Bronxville, N. Y. 

5455 

Love conquers nothing; a play in 3 
acts, by H. R. Misrock. © 1 c. 
Sept. 7, 1934; D 309S0; Henry R. 
Misrock, New York. 5456 

Love will lose the way ; a screen play, 
by C. G. Barlow, being an adapta- 
tion of the Cosmopolitan magazine 
story of the same name, by Francis 
M. Cockrell. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1934 ; 
D 31257 ; Claudius Gibson Barlow, 
Toledo. 5457 

Lucifer; mysterienoper in einem vor- 
spiel und 3 bildern, von Ernstguido 
Naumann. Berlin, Afa, Hans Diin- 
nebeil [1933] 31 p. 12mo. Text. © 
Nov. 1, 1933; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1934; D 
31197 ; Ernstguido Nanmann, Berlin. 
5458 

Lustre (The) jug; a play in 1 act, by 
Norah Kelly. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 



ltd. [1934] IS p. 12mo. ([Village 
drama society plays)] © Aug. 29, 
1934; 1 c. Sept. 10: D 31165; Norah 
Kelly, Secunderabad, India. 5459 

Lynn Lamont : a modern drama in 3 
acts, by B. Angus. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 
1934 ; D 31224 ; Bernie Angus, New 
York. 5460 

Mad (The) Cook's tour; a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, by J. Cook. Text. 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1934 ; D 31041 : Joe 
Cook, Landing, N. J. 5461 

Madame Moustache. See Death Valley 
days. 

Madame Pagliaci ; in 3 acts, by H. 
Zwir, adapted by J. Goldstein' and 
Meyer Schwartz. 

'jytm ]ik pxnip "i*» pa o^anxya *nD 

© 1 c. Aug. 13. 1934; D 310S3: 
Jennie Goldstein, New York. 5462 

Main (La) dans le sac; piece en 3 
actes et 6 tableaux, de Pierre Veber 
et J.-P. Veber. (In Les CEuvrea 
libres, no. 153) © Mar. 1, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 17 ; D 31161 ; Pierre Veber and 
Jean-Pierre Veber, Paris. 5463 

Mama II not wanted ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by V. Burroughs and Charles 
Edward Burroughs. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 
1934; D 31296; Victoria Burroughs, 
White Plains, N. Y. 5464 

Man and wife ; a play in 3 acts and 
a prolouge, bv M. Caron [pseud, of 
M. H. Carson] © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934; 
D 30919 ; Maurice H. Carson, Brook- 
lyn. 5465 

Man (The) who stayed behind. See 
Death Valley days. 

Man (The) who was third; a drama 
of war in 3 acts, by Lew Barrington 
Wallace. 1934. 52 p. 8vo. © Sept. 
10, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 26; D 31287; 
Lew Barrington Wallace, Sharon 
Center, O. 5466 

Man's (A) house; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Drinkwater. London, Sidg- 
wick & Jackson, ltd., 1934. 95, [1] p. 
12mo. © July 24, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 
8; D 30974; John Drinkwater, Lon- 
don. 5467 

March (The) of time; an historical 
pageant written and arranged by 
E. E. Niccolls. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1934; 
I) 30939; Edwin E. Niccolls. San 
Francisco. 5468 



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5485 



Marion de Lorme ; by Victor Hugo, 
edited with introduction, notes, and 
vocabulary, by Maxwell A. Smith 
and Mary Ruth Smith. New York, 
London [1934] xxiv, 258 p. front, 
(port.) 12mo. © Sept. 7, 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 6 ; aff. Sept. 26 ; A 74812 ; D. 
Appleton-Century co., inc., New 
York. 5468* 

Martha goes home ; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Minturn, © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1934 ; 
D 31188; Garrett Minturn, York- 
town Heights, N. Y. 5469 

Marvel child ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

J. Burton. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934; 

D 31337 ; Jean Burton, Los Angeles. 

5470 

Masques (Les) de r amour, theatre en 
vers, [par] Rosemonde Gerard. 
Paris, Bibliotheque-Charpentier 
[1934] 190, [1] p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Les masques de l'amour. — ■ 
La tour Saint-Jacques. — Les papil- 
lotes. — A quoi revent les vieilles 
filles. © July 6, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 
17 ; A — Fioreign 25524 ; Fasquelle 
editeurs, Paris. 5470* 

Matter (A) of waiting; a 1-act play, 
by Helen Shea. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 
1934 ; D 30945 ; Ursuline convent of 
the Sacred Heart, Toledo. 5471 

Meet the millionaire; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ruth McKennan. Evanston, 
111., New York [etc., 1934] 138 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 12, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
21 ; D 31193 : Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 5472 

Men of power ; episode 1, The historic 
battle of the Monitor and the Merri- 
mac, by Edward Lynn. © 1 c. Sept. 
4, 1934; D 30931; Don Lee broad- 
casting system, Los Angeles. 5473 

Menyegzo ; vigjatek 1 felvonasban, 
irta : Molnar Ferenc [i.e. Ferenc 
Molnar] © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 
31012 ; Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
Hungary. 5474 

Meridional ; a play in 3 acts, by Mary- 
Martha Knowles [pseud, of A. 
Whytal and M. Waklreaon] © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1934; D 31290; Adelaide 
Whytal, Beausoleil, France. A. M., 
and Mabel Waldreaon, Monaco, 
France. 5475 

Merry comedies for Junior high 
schools ; [a collection of 1 act playsl 
by Grace V. Kinyon. Minneapolis, 
1934. 118 p. 12mo. Contents.— 
Rummage. — Compound interest. — 



The clock strikes. — A Gypsy Cinder- 
ella. — Be sure you're right.— What's 
the harm. — We do our part. © Sept. 
19, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 21; D 31210; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5476 

Message of Mercury ; a drama in 3 
acts, by A. Hovsepian. © 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1934; D 31029; Anne Hovsepian, 
Berkeley, Calif. 5477 

Messager (Le) ; piece en 4 actes et 2 
parties de Henry Bernstein. (In 
Paris Candide, nos. 527, 528, Apr. 
19, 26, 1934) © Apr. 19, 26, 1934; 
1 c. each Aug. 30; D 31004; Henry 
Bernstein, Paris. 5478 

Minister's (The) wife; a radio serial, 
by Lillian R. Lowans [i. e. L. R. L. 
Jason] © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1934; D 
31138: Lillian Ruth Lowans (Mrs. 
Alexander H. Jason) New York. 

5479 

Misleading lady; by R. R. Moore. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 31015; Rosa- 
mond Ritchie Moore, Washington. 

5480 

Miss Springtime ; in 3 acts, book and 
lyrics by Barre Dunbar [pseud, of 
William Lewis Dunbar] after the 
original of A. M. Willner and R. 
Oesterreicher. Music by Emmerich 
Kalman. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; D 
28744; Select theatres Corp., New 
York. 5481 

Mr. Bimbo ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Y. 

Pelunis. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1934; D 

30935; Yvonne Pelunis, New York. 

5482 

Mister Makebelieve; a radio program 
for children, by Granville Ryan. © 
1 c. Sept. 13, 1934; D 31088; Gran- 
ville Chilton Rvan, Des Moines. 

5483 

Mrs. Ryan, senior ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by H. Levinsohn. © 1 c. 
Sept. 22, 1934; D 31223; Hannah 
Levinsohn, Palisade, N. J. 548J 

Mrs. Snagg — detective; a comedy for 
women in 1 act, by O. M. Popple- 
well. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press, ltd. ; 
Boston, Mass., The Baker interna- 
tional play bureau [1934] 24 p. 
12mo. (Village drama societv 
plays) © Sept. 6, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 
17; D 31326; Olive M. Popplewell, 
Malvern Wells, England. 54S5 



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Model (A) afternoon; a 1-act comedy, 
by R. H. Asen. © 1 e. Sept. 13. 
1934; D 31093; Robert H. Asen, 
Long Island City, N. Y. 548ft 

Mojadas (Las) ; dramatic dialogue, 
by La Bella Netty and Rodriguez. 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1934; D 31309; 
Edward B. Marks music Corp., New 
York. 5487 

Monkey bat. Sec Bridal quilt. 

Moon children ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Michael Davidson [pseud, of M. 
Rosenbaum] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; 
D 31157; Michael Rosenbaum, Ar- 
monk, N. Y. 5488 

Moon over Mulberry street ; a comedy 

drama in 3 acts, by C. Vincent Mar. 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934; D 31056; 

Nicholas V. Casentino, New York. 

54S9 

Mother behave; a play in 3 acts, by 

J. Waer. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1934; 

D 31240; J. Waer, Hollywood, Calif. 

5490 

Mother (On the air) ; episodes 1, 2, 

a radio dramatic series, by L. L. 

Wade. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 

30946; Lillian L. Wade, New York. 

5491 

Mountain (The) ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. Ranck. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934 ; 
D 31139; Carty Ranck, Boston. 

5492 

Mummers (The) : episode no. 5, Print- 
er's ink, by Frank Gill, jr. © 1 c. 
Sept. 4, 1934; D 31302; Don Lee 
broadcasting system, Los Angeles. 

5493 

Murder at midnight; a skit by C. 
Elliott and Emil Van Horn. © 1 c. 
Sept. 19, 1934; D 31171; Clyde El- 
liott, Chicago. 5494 

Mutiny ; a play in 3 acts, by David 
Stewart [pseud, of F. D. Higham] 
London, William Heinemann ltd. 
[1934] 5 p. 1., 99 p. 12mo. © 
July 30, 1934: 1 c. Aug. 30; D 
30916; Frank David Higham, Lon- 
don. 5495 

My Hebrew Colleen ; or, Cohen and 
Kenny, incorporated, a play in 3 
acts, by E. Ross. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1934; D 31344; Earle Ross, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5496 

Naaman the leper; a play, by C. E. 
Cusack. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1934; D 
31313; Clarence E. Cusack, Alamo- 
gordo, N. M. 5497 



Naked (The) woman. See Life wants 
padding. 

Namenlosen (Die) ; schauspiel [von] 
Edwin Erich Dwinger. Jena 
[1934] 1 p. 1., [5]-87 p. 12mo. © 
Feb. 6, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 20 ; D 31320 ; 
Eugen Diederichs verlag,. Jena, 
Germany. 5498 

News item: a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Miller. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 
1934 ; D 31221 ; Griffith Miller, New 
York. 5499 

Nonne (Die) von Lissabon ; dramat- 
isches spiel in 10 tatbildern, von 
Ernst Scheibelreiter. Berlin [1934] 
1 p. 1., 120 p. 12mo. © June 15, 
1934; 1 c. Sept. 20; D 31322; Ar- 
cadia verlag. g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

5500 

Non-stop frights ; a farce in 2 acts, by 

K. D. O. Starr. © 1 c. May 29, 

1934; D 31087; Katherine Dorothy 

Oliphant Starr, Pacific Beach, Calif. 

5501 

Now and then at Christmas ; a play, 
by Elizabeth Middleton [i. e. E. M. 
Maddock] © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934 ; D 
31346; Elizabeth Middleton Mad- 
dock, Trenton, N. J. 5502 

O Josephine ; a comedy in 4 acts, bv 
T. W. Broadhurst and Iva Merlin 
[i. e. Iva Merlin Broadhurst] © 
1 c. Sept. 17, 1934 ; D 31141 ; Thomas 
W. Broadhurst, c/o A. Lensman, 
New York. 5503 

Ocean waves; a farcial 1-act play, by 
Jean Girardot. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934 ; 
D 30944; Ursuline convent of the 
Sacred Heart, Toledo. 5504 

Old love ; a play in 3 acts, by S. Raph- 
aelson. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1934; D 
31249; Samson Raphaelson, New 
York. 5505 

Ole Uncle Warn ; a play-comedy-drama, 
by J. F. McMahon. © 1 c. July 23. 
1934 ; D 31089 ; Joseph F. McMahon, 
New York. 5506 

On the air ; a farce comedy in 2 acts, 
by W. Stone. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1934 : 
D 30977; Walter Stone, Burlington, 
la. 5507 

One night stand ; a radio continuity, 
by McCann-Erickson, inc. (Dill's 
Best program, Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 
1934) © 1 c. each Sept. 10, 1934; 
D 31017-31021; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 5508-5512 



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no. 9, 1934 



5532 



One year of life; a 3-act play, by F. 
Oursler, Grace Perkins [i. e. G. P. 
Oursler] and B. Harris. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1934 ; D 30972 ; Grace Per- 
kins Oursler. Fulton Oursler, W. 
Falmouth, Mass., Bobbie Harris, 
New York. 5513 

Our kind of woman ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Jean Brown [i. e. Jeanne Brown] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1934; D 31081; 
Jeanne Brown, New York. 5514 

Our younger generation ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Jack Bruskoff. © 1 c. 
Sept. 11, 1934; D 31053; Jack Jay 
Bruskoff, New York. 5515 

Over the mountains and over the sea ; 
continuities nos. 1, 2, a radio play 
for kiddies with a meaning for 
grown-ups and an occasional song, 
by H. G. Reynolds. Contains music. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1934 ; D 31232 ; How- 
ard Grant Reynolds, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 5516 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity 
nos. 253-275, by Frank Dahm. © 
1 c. each Sept. 8, 1934; D 30987; 
Proctor & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5517 

Pageant (A) of Ohio history; dramatic 
composition, by Leona Wilson, music 
by Lynn B. Dana. [Columbus, O., 
1934] 1 p. L, 58 numb. 1. 4to. © 
May 1, 1934 ; 1 c. June 27 ; 1 c. Aug. 
29; aff. June 26; AA 154839; Ohio 
teacher pub. co., Columbus, O. 

5518 

Panorama ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Anson Van Alstyn. © 1 c. Sept. 
10, 1934; D 31027; Egbert Anson 
"Van Alstyne, jr., Chicago. 5519 

Part-time tenant; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. E. Staples. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1934; D 31074; Rollin E. Staples, 
Los Angeles. 5520 

Per aver visto. See Because they saw. 

Perfume (The) bandit ; episode 1, The 
sapphire star; by R. R. Moore. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934 ; D 31014 ; Rosa- 
mond Ritchie Moore, Washington. 

5521 

Pierres precieuses. See Intermedes. 

Pinocchio and Mutt; by J. R, Shep- 
pard, jr. and E. Ciannelli. © 1 c. 
Sept. 5, 1934; D 31057; John R. 
Sheppard, jr., and Eduardo Cian- 
nelli, New York. 5522 



Piper's (The) son; a play in 3 acts, 
by Tom Frelinghuysen [i. e. T. T. K. 
Frelinghuysen] © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1934; D 31255; Thomas Talmadge 
Kinney Frelinghuysen, New York. 

5523 

Play (A) without a name; in 3 acts in 
rhyme, by J. P. Twersky. 

,15?nN-» ]'k ppx 3 ]m ;]j?aK3 x jx V'sp x 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934; D 31126; J. 

Pine Twersky, Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 

5524 

Por culpa de una trucha ; dramatic 
dialogue, by La Bella Netty and 
Rodriguez. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1934; 
D 31311; Edward B. Marks music 
corp., New York. 5525 

Poule (Une) sur un mur ; comedie 
inedite en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, par 
Leopold Marchand. (In Les OSuvres 
libres, no. 155) © May 1, 1934; 1 c. 
Sept. 17; D 31160; Leopold Mar- 
chand, Paris. 5526 

Practical man. See First nighter. 

Prince for an hour ; a 1 act play based 
on American history, by Fannie Bar- 
ber Knapp. Madison, Wis., Georgia 
C. Hyde [1934] cover-title, 16 p. 
8vo. © Sept. 26, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
20 ; D 31315 ; Fannie Barber Knapp, 
Lancaster, Wis. 5527 

Printer's ink. See Mummers (The) 

Private property ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. H. Gaver and P. Coldrick. © 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1934 ; D 31071 ; Claude 
H. Gaver and Patrick Coldrick, New 
York. 5528 

Prize (A) in every package; a new 
revue, the book by H. Tardy Hart. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; D 31151; 
Henry Tardy Hart, New York. 

5529 

Prize (The) of heroism ; a play in 2 
acts, by V. S. Lagodzinski. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1934 ; D 31338 ; Vladimir S. 
Lagodzinski, Chicago. 5530 

Promise (A) to the dead ; by A. Uhrig. 
© 1 c. June 21, 1934; D 30968; 
Adolph Uhrig, Brooklyn. 5531 

Promised (The) land; a drama in 8 
scenes, by W. E. Shea. © 1 c. Sept. 
5, 1934; D 30954; William E. Shea. 
New York. 5532 



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Promised (The) One; a complete 
Christmas pageant, by J. H. Shonk- 
wiler. Cincinnati, O. [1934] 16 p. 
8vo. Contains music. © Oct. 4, 
1934; 2 c. and ait Oct. 8; AA 
157324; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 5533 

Prudence and Moore Baker's K and 
MU program; by Roland G. E. Ull- 
man. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934 ; D 30048 ; 
Moore Corp., Joliet, 111. 5534 

Prunes ; a play in 3 acts, by David 
Vondersmith. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1934 ; 
D 31245 ; David R. Vondersmith, Los 
Angeles. 5535 

Puppy love ; in 3 acts, book, lyrics, and 
music, by M. A. Nyman. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1934; D 2S723 ; Melvin Ar- 
thur Nyman, San Francisco. 5536 

Reality (The) of love; a drama in 3 
acts, by J. Kelly. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 
1934 ; D 31137 ; James Kelly, Sauga- 
tuck, Mich. 5537 

Red (The) goblet; a legend of St. 
Francis, a 1-act play, by Gervaise 
Lemke. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 
30943; Ursuline convent of the 
Sacred Heart, Toledo, O. 5538 

Reelfoot ; or, Indian blankets and blue 
bonnets, a symphony of words in red 
and white and blue, by C. C. Gotten. 
Rev. ed. © 1 c. Sept. 25. 1934; D 
31242; Corinne Campbell Gotten, 
Abilene, Tex. 5539 

Reflections ; a play in 4 scenes ; by 
F. S. James. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934; 
D 30938; Frank Samuel James. 
Paris. 5540 

Renegade; a play in 6 scenes, by I. 
Kliesman and B. J. Calm. © 1 c. 
Spt. 13, 1934 ; D 31090 ; Israel Klieg- 
man and Bernard Johann Calm, 
Brooklyn. 5541 

Return engagement ; a new play in 3 
acts, by Robert Taylor and Vincent 
Connolly [i.e. E. V. Connolly, jr.] 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1934 ; D 31297 ; Ernest 
Vincent Connolly, jr., Bronxville, 
N.Y.. and Robert Hill Taylor, Yonk- 
ers, N. Y. 5542 

Return of Don Juan ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Van Rosen. © 1 c. Sept. 
11, 1934; D 31050; Beatrice Van 
Rosen, Philadelphia. 5543 

Revival; a play in 3 acts, by B. Mac- 
Lane. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1934 ; D 30979; 
Barton MacLane, New York. 5544 



Rich girl ; a comedy in 3 acts with 
prolog, by A. Stevens. © 1 c. Sept. 
12, 1934; D 31069; Ashton Stevens. 
Chicago. 5545 

Richard. See Intermedes. 

Ring (The) of truth : a play in 3 acts, 
by Clarence Dane [pseud, of W. Ash- 
ton] © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934; D 
31203; Winifred Ashton, Axminster. 
Devon, England. 5546 

Ringmaster: a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Winter. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 
309S8; Keith Winter, London. 

5547 

Robe (Une) en l'air ; vaudeville en 3 
actes, de Alfred Vercourt [pseud, of 
A. Gravollet-Leblan] and Jean Lever 
[pseud, of J. J. Dansaert] © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1934; D 31010; Alfred 
Gravollet-Leblan and Jules Jean 
Dansaert, Paris. 5548 

Robert Emmet ; a play in 3 acts, con- 
cerning the Irish patriot, Robert Em- 
met, by S. H. Barnett. © 1 c. Sept. 
14, 1934 ; D 31306 ; Sanford Howard 
Barnett, East Orange, N. J. 5549 

Robinson Crusoe, Junior ; episode no. 1, 
Birthday present, by P. Dixon. © 
1 C Sept. 22, 1934 ; D 31213 ; Peter 
Dixon, New York. 5550 

Romance after ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Wilhelm Lichtenberg, adapted for 
the English speaking stage by Mack- 
lym Hartyl. © 1 c. Sept. 15. 1934 ; 
D 311S1 ; Thomas E. H. Black, De- 
troit. 5561 

Romance (The) of the tulip: history 
of the tulip for a pageant or play. 
in prologue and 4 acts, by Jean- 
nette Hughes Brumbaugh. © 1 c. 
July 20, 1934: D 31295: Jeannette 
H. Kremer Brumbaugh, Holland, 
Mich. 5552 

Romances — lost and found ; nos. 1-A. 
1 B. radio program by Mrs. Charles 
N. Konkle [i. e. D. B. Konkle] © 
1 c. Aug. 29, 1934: D 31185; Doro- 
thea Brown Konkle. Grand Rapids. 
Mich. 5553 

Rome haul. See Farmer takes a wife. 

Room three thirteen ; a radio sketch, 
by L. O. Hollister. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1934; D 30978; Len D. Hollister, 
South Casco, Mo. r>r>r>4 



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no. 9, 1934 



5573 



Rose (The) ; a play for Christmas and 
any time, adapted by Adelaide B. 
Hykes from story The rose, by Ethel 
and Frank Owen. New York, Chi- 
cago [etc., 1934] cover-title, 8 p. 
Svo. © July 30, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; 
D 30913 ; Abingdon press, inc., New 
York. 5555 

Round forms ; a play in 2 acts, by S. 

Isaacs. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 

30994; Seymour Isaacs, Brooklyn. 

5556 

Roundabout ; a play in 1 act, by W. S. 
Plymouth. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& Sons, The Year book press, ltd. 
[1934] 22 p. 12mo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © Aug. 
28, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 10; D 31166; 
W. S. Plymouth, Bracknell, Berks, 
England. 5557 

Rude (The) harp; a comedy in 3 acts, 

by H. Meadow. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1934 ; 

D 30955; Herb Meadow, Brooklyn. 

5558 

Rummage to rhythm ; a musical bur- 
lesque on a rummage sale, by Alice 
Donovan and Henrietta Kessenich. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1934. 22 p. 
12mo. Text. © Aug. 27, 1934 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 29; D 31118; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 5559 

St. Helena ; a play in 12 scenes, by 
R. C. Sherriff and Jeanne De Casalis. 
London, Victor Gollancz, ltd., 1934. 
254 p, 12mo. © Sept. 17, 1934 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 27; D 31348; Robert Cedric 
Sherriff, Esher, Surrey, England, 
and Jeanne de Casalis, London. 

5560 

St. Patrick at Tara ; a forest play, by 
Henry Morse Stephens, music by 
Wallace A. Sabin. Revived as the 
thirty-third Grove play production. 
San Francisco, 1934. vii p., 2 1., 
[3]-50 p. 12mo. Contains music. 
Revision of the text by Charles 
Caldwell Dobie. © July 20, 1934; 
2 c. July 30; D 31208; Bohemian 
club, San Francisco. 5561 

Salesmanship ; by H. C. Greene. © 
1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; D 31147; H. C. 
Greene, New York. 5562 

Santa Claus incorporated ; a Santa 
Claus cantata for Sunday-school and 
public school use, text by Zelda 
Gottlieb, music by Ira B. Wilson. 
Dayton, O., New York, [etc.] 1934. 
32 p. 4to. © Aug. 21, 1934; 2 c. 
Aug. 29; D 28741; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 5563 



Sapphire star. 



Perfume bandit. 



Scare head ; a drama in 20 scenes, by 

E. Hopkins. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1934; 

D 312S8 ; Edwin Hopkins, New York. 

5564 

Sealed orders ; a radio drama, by Au- 
gustus Barratt [i. e. W. A. Barratt] 
© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1934 ; D 31279 ; Wal- 
ter Augustus Barratt, New York. 

5565 

Second madonna ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by W. S. Le Bar. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1934; D 30958; Winifred Stoddard 
Le Bar, Wyandotte, Mich. 5566 

Secret house; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Edwina L. MacDonald. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1934 ; D 31084 ; Edwina MacDon- 
ald, Tampa, Fla. 5567 

See you Monday ; in 4 acts, by B. 
Weary. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1934; D 
31107; Bettie Weary, New York. 

5568 

Selected plays for high schools ; a col- 
lection of six 1-act plays, by Daniel 
Fager. Minneapolis, Minn., 1934. 
64 p. 12mo. Contents. — One rainy 
day. — The outlaw and the girl. — The 
traveler. — Second wind. — The city 
slicker. — Striking home. © Sept. 13, 
1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; D 31098 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 5569 

Shadows ; a 3-act drama, by E. L. 
Langman. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934 ; D 
31153; Elizabeth L. Langman, 
Philadelphia. 5570 

Shadows of the past ; a play in 3 acts, 
portraying the life of Dr. Robert 
Morris, founder of the Order of the 
eastern star, by R. L. Barclay. © 
1 c. Aug. 21, 1934 ; D 30984 ; Ruthell 
Luce Barclay, Daisetta, Tex. 5571 

She carries a gun ; a musical play in 5 
scenes, by M. Barnes and P. Mathias. 
Lyrics and music by H. F. Stoll, jr. 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934 ; D 28728 ; Mat- 
thew Barnes, Philip Mathias and 
Horatio F. Stoll, jr., San Francisco. 
5572 

Sheltered (The) King ; a Christmas 
service of story and song, story and 
lyrics bv Viers Robertson. Music by 
I. H. Meredith. New York, 1934. 
20 p. 8vo. © June 30, 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 8; D 28721; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York. 5573 

Shotgun wedding. See Death Valley 
days. 



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5574 



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Silver jubilee; a play in 3 parts, by 
M. E. Pesnel. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1934 ; 
D 30960; Maximilian E. Pesnel, 
Troy, N. Y. 5574 

Sins ; a tragedy in 1 act, by A. Lefko- 
witz. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1934; D 
31314; Abe Lefkowitz, Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y. 5575 

Sisters (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 

Goodman. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1934; D 

31040; Philip Goodman, New York. 

5576 

Six women ; an original comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by G. Eigke Jay [pseud, of 
G. H. Jordan] © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1934; D 31152; George Hamblin Jor- 
dan, New York. 5577 

Sky (The) is falling; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. M. Davis. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1934; D 31243; Dorothy Marie 
Davis, Pasadena. 5578 

Sleepless Hollow house party ; a musi- 
cal review in 2 acts, by J. Cook. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 23. 1934; D 
31042; Joe Cook, Landing, N. J. 

5579 

Snow bound ; a comedy of action in 3 
acts, by Tom Taggart. New York 
[1934] 89 p. 12mo. © Sept. 27, 
1934; 2 c. Sept. 28; D 31330; Fitz- 
gerald pub. corp., New York. 5580' 

Snowstorm in May ; a play in 3 acts, 

by A. Porter. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1934 ; 

D 30989; Anne Porter, Crosby, 

Northfleld, Birmingham, England. 

5581 

So what; by J. W. Bonney. © 1 c. 
Sept. 1, 1934; D 30921; John W. 
Bonney, New York. 5582 

So you're from Missouri! a farce in 3 
acts, by Kay Ziegfield [pseud, of 
Katharine K. Ziegfield] Cbicago, 
[1934] 89 p. diagrs. 12 mo. © 
Sept. 8, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 12 ; D 31064 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5583 

Sogno delle Mille e una notte ; corn- 
media in 3 atti, di A. Vanni. © 1 c. 
Sept. 6. 1934; D 31005; Alfredo 
Vanni, Rome. 55S4 

Somebody's child; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by V. Shknarkin, translated from 
the Russian, by M. Vodnoy. © 1 c. 
Sept. 1. 1934; D 30920; Matthew 
Vodnoy, New York. 5585 

Something different : a play in pro- 
logue, 2 episodes, and epilogue, by E. 
Aronfreed. © 1 c. Sept. 19. 1934 ; 
D 31178; Eva Aronfreed, Philadel- 
phia. 5586 



Song (The) girl ; a radio sketch, by 
K. Malone. © 1 c. Sept. 4. 1934; D 
31125; Kathleen Malone, New York. 

Song of a shirt ; a social satire in 3 
acts, by J. Langdon-Davies. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1984; I) 31148; John Lang- 
don-Davies, New York. 5588 

Speiler (The) ; a play by B. Telaak. 
Rev. edition. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; 
D 31144 ; Bill Telaak, Buffalo. 5589 

Spring plays and programs: a col- 
lection of entertainment material for 
classroom and auditorium use, edited 
by Florence Hale. New York. 1934. 
80 p. illus. 4to. Contains music. 
© Oct. 2. 1934; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 8; 
AA 157443; Educational pub. Corp., 
New York. 5590 

Stag (The) at bay; a play in 3 acts, 
by Moffat Johnston [i. e. J. M. 
Johnston] © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; 
D 30996; John Moffatt Johnston. 
Westport, Conn. 5591 

Stepmother ; a drama, by R. Palmer. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1934; D 31086: Rob- 
ert Palmer, Hollywood. Calif. 5592 

Still waters ; a music drama in 3 acts, 
book by A. J. Williams, music and 
lyrics by M. Clayton. © 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1934; D 1^8726; Abigail Joiner 
Williams. Madison. N. J., and 
Marion Clayton, Chatham, N. J. 

5593 

Stolen waters ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. B. Farrior. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1934; D 3123S: Lawrence Bryant 
Farrior, New York. 5594 

Stonewall Jackson: by C. M. Chas- 
tain. © 1 c. Sept. 21. 1934 : D 
31202; Claude McVeigh Chastain, 

Charlotte, N. C. .".595 

Strangers at home: a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by C. Divine. © 
1 e. Sept. 21, l'.>34: 1) 31205; Charles 
Divine, New York. 5596 

Street of dreams: a play in 2 acts, by 
O. Shaftel. © 1 c. Sept. 6. 1934: 
D 30962; Otto Shaftel. Chicago. 

.1597 

Stronghold : a play in 3 acts, by 
Beatrice Broome [pseud, of B. W. 
Loderhosel © 1 c. Sept. 24. 1934: 
D 31253 ; Beatrice Loderhose, New 
York. 5598 



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no. 9, 1934 



5620 



Stubborn (The) prince; a Christmas 
play in 4 acts, by William H. 
Bergisen [pseud, of W. H. Isenberg] 
© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1934 ; D 31229 ; Wil- 
liam H. Isenberg, New York. 5599 

Suggestive chapel programs ; by Fred 
L. Pauly. Lebanon, O. [1934] 88 p. 
12mo. Dramatic contents. — Cross- 
ing the bar. — The recessional. — The 
story of the Christmas carol. — 
Joseph and his brothers. — St. Pat- 
rick. — A snappy school. — At college. 
© Sept. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 29 ; aff . 
Oct. 1; AA 157048; March brothers 
pub. co., Lebanon, O. 5600 

Sulamite (La) ; ossia, La coscienza 
umana, l'allegoria del Cantico dei 
Cantici, sceneggiamento dialogato 
per cinematografo. da S. Landi. © 
1 c. Sept. 6, 1934; D 31211; Salva- 
tore Landi, Genoa, Italy. 5601 

Sunshine (The) gliders; a radio 
sketch, by A. Frederick. © 1 c. Aug. 
27, 1934 ; D 31100 : Adelle Frederick, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 5602 

Sunshine (The) of the orphanage; a 
Christmas play for children, by 
Ruth Wilson Kelsey. Chicago [1934] 
33 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 13, 
1934; 2 c. Sept. 15; D 31117; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5603 

Surrey Centre folks ; episodes 1-8, a 
radio version, by T. E. Kyle. © 1 c. 
Sept. 24, 1934 ; D 31241 ; Thomas E. 
Kyle, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

5604 

Susan says so ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by K. Strickland. Text. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 31016; Kath- 
leen Strickland, Jackson, Ga. 5605 

Swastika ; a 3-act play by Joe Abrams 
[i. e. J. I. Abrams] © 1 c. Sept. 22, 
1934; D 31220; Joseph Isaac 
Abrams, Charlotte, N. C. 5606 

Sweethearts preferred : a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Breene, adapted from 
the Hungarian of Andor Kardos. © 
1 c. Sept. 4, 1934; D 30965; Bessie 
Breene. New York. 5607 

Talleyrand ; a biography in motion 
picture form, by M. L. Bentley. © 
1 c. Aug. 29, 1934: D 31307: Mar- 
guerite Logan Bentley, Ridley Park, 
Pa. 5608 

Terrore (II) dell' io : 4 quadri, di G. 
Stacchini. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1934; D 
31007; Guido Stacchini, Milan. 

5609 



That man, our father; a comedy in 3 
acts, by W. Mogle. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1934; D 31231; William Mogle, 
Chicago. 5610 

That's the ticket ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Franklin Gilson and Ken- 
neth Scott. Evanston, 111., New York 
[etc., 1934] 96 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Sept. 12, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 21; D 
31194; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 5611 

Then the fun begins ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by L. Foster. © 1 c. June 
28, 1934; D 30971; Lillian Foster. 
New York. 5612 

There came three kings; a Christmas 
cantata, music by C. Kohlmann, text 
by Elsie Duncan Yale. Philadelphia. 
Pa. [1934] 56 p. 4to. © Sept. 17, 
1934; 2 c. Sept. 25; D 28732; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 5613 

Thirteen weeks; a mystery play in 13 
episodes, by Barnett Volnet [pseud, 
of M. D. Stevens] © 1 c. Sept. 5. 
1934 ; D 30957 ; Marjorie D. Stevens, 
Wellesley, Mass. 5614 

Thirty-two readings, monologues and 
play-o-logues for grown-ups ; by 
Marshall Stedman. San Francisco. 
Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1934. 77 p. 
12nio. © Sept. 24, 1934; 2 c. and 
aff. Oct. 8 ; AA 157391 ; Banner play 
bureau, inc., San Francisco. 5615 

This is our house; a play in 5 scenes, 
by Joel and Abraham Schenker. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1934; D 31033; Joel 
Schenker and Abraham Schenker. 
New York. 5616 

Three (The) Chicken sisters: bv H. W. 
Conn. © 1 c. Sept. 19. 1934; D 
31174 ; Harry Wagner Conn, New 
York. 5617 

Three highways ; a play in a prologue 
and 4 acts, bv M. P. Chisholm. © 
1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 31013; Mar- 
garet Paul C h i s h o 1 m, Berkelev. 
Calif. 561 s 

Three (The) roads: a play in 1 act. 
by Margery Weed. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1034; D 31145; K. Marguerite 
Lauterjung, Maplewood, N. J. 5619 

Three (The) wise men; a Christmas 
pageant, by Verna Whinery, music 
by Broughton Edwards [pseud, of 
I. H. Meredith] New York, 1934. 
16. [1] p. diagr. Svo. © July 28, 
1934; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 28740; Tullar- 
Meredith co., New York. 5620 



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5621 



pt. i, v. 7 



Thrills of the Secret service ; nos. 
A13-A15, by Francis Striker. © 1 
c. each Sept. 22, 1934; D 31214- 
31216; Kunsky-Trendle broadcast- 
pig corp., Detroit. 5621-5623 

Time (The) cruiser; by M. E. Good- 
man, II. script 1. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 
1934 ; D 30932 ; Milton E. Goodman, 
II, Chicago. 5624 

• script 2. © 1 e. Sept. 22, 

1934; D 31206; M. E. Goodman, II, 
Chicago. 5625 

Tin pan Sally ; episodes 1-3, a radio 
continuity, by McKent Barnes [i.e. 
H. M. Barnes] © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1934; D 31248; Howard McKent 
Barnes, Chicago. 5626 

Tituba; the witch of Salem; an opera 
in 3 acts, words and music, by A. M. 
Tyte, sr. Libretto. © 1 c. Aug. 13. 
1934; D 31158; Arthur Milton Tyte. 
sr., Riverhead, N. Y. 5627 

To shoot at the moon; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by DeW. Bodeen. © 1 c. 
Sept. 10, 1934; D 31034; DeWitt 
Bodeen, Hollywood, Calif. 5628 

Tobacco (The) stand; by H. \V. Conn. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1934; D 31146; 
Harry Wagner Conn, New York. 

5629 

Touch wood ; a play in 3 acts [by] 
C. L. Anthony [pseud, of D. G. 
Smith] London, Victor Gollancz, 
ltd., 1934. 128 p. 12mo. © June 
20, 1934 ; 1 c. July 2 ; D 311S0 ; Doro- 
thy Gladys Smith, London. 5630 

Tourists accommodated ; an original 
comedy in 3 acts, by R. J. Horner. 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1934 ; D 31155 ; Rob- 
ert James Horner, Hollywood, Calif. 
5631 

Tramp, tramp, tramp; a comedy in 3 
acts, by F. P. B. Schutz. © 1 c. 
Sept. 19, 1934 ; D 31175 ; Frank Paul 
Byron Schutz, Jamaica, N. Y. 5632 

Treasure (The) adventures of Donald 
Ayer; episodes 4-8, by R. C. Went- 
worth. © 1 c. each Sept. 14, 1934; 
D 31101-31105; Ralph C. Went- 
worth, New York. 5633-5637 

Triangle (A) of the prize ring; by 
M. M. Ghiselli. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1934 ; 
D 31124; Matty Mario Ghiselli, 
Dongan Hills, S. I., N. Y. [Copy- 
right is claimed on changes.] 5638 

Tune in ; a musical comedy in 2 acts, 
book by Edward Bradley, lyrics and 
music by Don Wilson. Full vocal 



score and libretto. Boston, New 
York [etc., 1934] 136 p. 4to. © 
Sept. 20. 1934; 2 c. Sept. 22; D 
28729; Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 
5039 

Turnings of life : a new play in 3 acts, 
by Ronald A. Lawlor. © 1 c. Aug. 

16, 1934; D 30970; Norma Downey. 
New York. 5640 

Turpentine; a drama in 3 acts, by 

J. A. Smith. © 1 c. Sept. 6. 1934 ; 

D 3O064; J. Augustus Smith, New 

York. 5641 

Twelfth night in a barroom ; a play in 
1 act, by I. P. Sellars. © 1 c. Sept. 
1, 1934; D 30917; Irma Peixotto 
Sellars, Los Angeles. 5642 

Twin ventures ; a comedy in 3 arts, by 
A. Rubega. © 1 c. Sept. 8. 1984; 
D 30995; Anacleto Rubeca, Union 
City, N. J. 5643 

Two (The) gifts; a Christmas play 
for Negroes, by Arthur Clifton 
Lamb. Grinnell, la., 1934. 20 p. 
port. 12mo. © July 1, 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 24; D 31236; Department of 
drama, Grinnell college, Grinnell, 
la. 5644 

Under the rose ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Bibby. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1934 ; D 
31119; Harold Bibby, Toronto, On- 
tario, Canada. 5645 

Understood Betsy ; a play adapted by 
Sarah N. Cleghorn from Understood 
Betsy, 'by Dorothy Canneld Fisher. 
New York [1934] xiii p.. 2 1., 3-112 
p. 12mo. © Aug. 30, 1934; 2 c. 
Sept. 1; D 30914; Harcourt, Brace 
and co., inc., New York. 5646 

Undertow; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Buelow. © 1 c. Sept. 5. 1934 ; 1) 
30950; Leola Buelow, Cleveland. 

5647 

Uneasy lies the head : a play in 3 acts, 
by H. Johnsrud. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
l'.;:;4; D 31097; Harold Johnsrud. 
New York. 5648 

Unexpected guests ; a play in .". acts, by 
E. T. Wolverton. © 1 c. Sept. 13. 
1934; 1> 31094; Ethel Traugh Wol- 
verton. Middletown, Ind. 5649 

Unto the least of these: a musical 
story tor the screen, by Edith Du- 
Pree. Text. © 1 c. July 10. 1934; 
D 31123; Edith DuPree Schlich. Los 
Angeles. 5650 



272 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1934 



Up against Mrs. Cooper ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Editha Blaikley. Lon- 
don, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press, ltd. [1934] 23 p. 
12nio. ( [Village drama society 
plays] ) © Aug. 28, 1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 
10; D 31164; Editha L, Blaikley, 
London. 5651 

TJta von Naumburg; schauspiel in 3 
akten, von Felix Dhiinen. [Berlin, 
1934] 67, [1] p. plate. 8vo. © 
June 19, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 11; D 
31078; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf. 5652 

Vacilando en San Antonio ; dramatic 
dialogue, by La Bella Netty and 
Rodriguez. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1934; 
D 31310; Edward B. Marks music 
Corp., New York. 5653 

Vanished (The) valley; play in 4 acts, 
by Clyde Alison Mann, adapted from 
the novel of the same name by the 
same author. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1934 ; 
D 31045 ; Clyde A. Mann, New York. 
5654 

Village (The) choir; a musical en- 
tertainment, book by Elsie Duncan 
Yale, Music by C. Austin Miles, 
M. Isabelle Ritter, also old time 
songs. Philadelphia, Pa. [1934] 35 
p. 4to. © Sept. 17, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 
25; D 28733; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 5655 

Vintage wine ; a gay play in 3 acts, by 
Seymour Hicks and Ashley Dukes, 
from the original of Alexander En- 
gel. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934 ; D 31347 ; 
Hans Bartsch, New York. 5656 

Visit (A) to the Museum of fine arts; 
in 4 parts, the dance, sculpture, 
paintings, music and living pictures, 
by Rose L. Hamilton. [1934] 1 p. 
1., 21 p. port. 8vo. Text. © July 
20, 1934; 2 c. Aug. 14; D 31080; 
Rose L. Hamilton, Pendleton, Or. 

5657 

Voyage (Le) de Tchong-Li; legende 
en 3 tableaux, par Sacha Guitry. 
Musique de Louis Beydts. (In 
Paris, Candide, no. 525, Apr. 5, 
1934) Text. © Apr. 5, 1934; 1 c. 
Aug. 30; D 31003; Sacha Guitry, 
Paris. 5658 

Way (The) of peace ; a sacred drama 
for Christmas, by Martha Bayly. 
Incidental music by Forrest G. 
Walter. New York, 1934. 15, [1] p. 
8vo. © Aug. 1, 1984 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; 
D 28738; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 5659 



Way of the moon ; a short musical 
play, book and lyrics by J. M. Gower, 
music by John H. Gower. © 1 c. 
Sept. 5, 1934; D 28719; Jean Milne 
Gower, New York. 5660 

Way (A) with surly husbands ; a play 
in 1 act, translated and adapted 
from the German of Hans Sachs, 
by E. U. Ouless. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau [1934] 22 
p. diagr. 12mo. (Shrovetide play, 
no. 9) © Sept. 7, 1934; 1 c. Sept. 
17 ; D 31328 ; E. U. Ouless, London. 
5661 

Where every married woman should 
go — to find out what she ought to 
know ; by Roland G. E. Ullman. © 
1 c. Sept. 5, 1934; D 30947; Moore ' 
corp., Joliet, 111. 5662 

White face; a drama in 3 acts, by B. 
Tyson. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1934; D 
31207; Burt Tyson, Philadelphia. 



Who was Silvia? (America's first ac- 
tress) ; a 3-act fantasy embraced by 
Broadway's show-world of to-day, 
by Donna von Bach [pseud, of L. B. 
Reinherz] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1934; 
D 30973; Leona Bertram Reinherz, 
Brookline, Mass. 5664 

Why children? a play in 3 acts, by M. 
de C. Stillman. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1934; D 31294; Marie deCantillon 
Stillman, Daytona Beach, Fla. 5665 

Wilbur Wilson ; episode 1, a dramatic 
comedy series for radio, by E. Long- 
streth. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1934; D 
30975; Edward Longstreth, New 
York. 5666 

Will this go on forever ; a melodrama 

in 3 acts, by T. W. Richardson. © 

1 c. Sept. 17, 1934 ; D 31135 ; Thad- 

deus William Richardson, New York. 

5667 

Winter plays and programs ; a collec- 
tion of entertainment material for 
classroom and auditorium use, ed- 
ited by Florence Hale. New York, 
1934. 1 p. 1., 5-81 p. 4to. © Aug. 
30, 1934; 2 c. and aff. Sept. 17; 
AA 155444 ; Educational pub. corp., 
New York. 5668 

Witch call; a play in 4 scenes, by 
M. A. Stanford. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1934; D 30967; Mabel Ayretta 
Stanford, Ontario, Calif. 5669 



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5670 



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pt. I, 



no. 9, 1934 



Wo ist Deutschland? schauspiel [von] 
Edwin Erich Dwinger. Jena [19341 
1 p. 1., 5-96 p. 12mo. © Mar. 7, 
1934 ; 1 c. Sept. 20 ; D 31321 ; Eugen 
Diederichs verlag, Jena, Germany. 
5670 

Woman (The) in the shoe ; continuity 
no. 1, by C. M. Louisall and A. Berg- 
quist. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1934; D 
31044 ; Catherine Medora Louisall, 
Duluth, and Antoinette Bergquist, 
St. Paul. 5671 

Women (The) pay; a comedy in 3 
scenes, by V. M. Mazzei. © 1 c. 
Sept. 17, 1934; D 31132; Vincent 
Micheal Mazzei, Newark, N.J. 5672 

Writing (The) urge; a play, by L. D. 
Hollister. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1934; 



D 31336; Len D. Hollister, New 
York. 5673 

Yankee Jim. See Death Valley days. 

Yegor Bulitchov ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Maxim Gorky pseud, of Aleksiei 
Maksimovich Pieshkov] Translated 
from the Russian by H. Brownstein. 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1934 ; D 31058 ; Her- 
man Brownstein, Los Angeles. 5674 

Yesterday's years; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Dasher and I. Nichols. © 
1 c. Sept. 6, 1934; D 31154: Samson 
Dasher and Irwin Nichols, Brook- 
lyn. 5675 

Your estate ; by Edwin S. Hewitt. © 
1 c. Sept. 8, 1934; D 30991; Olivia 
Orth, Milwaukee. 5676 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1934. 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,560 unpublished) 4,099 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 189 unpub- 
lished) 412 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 68 unpublished) 107 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 
3 unpublished) 32 

Total 4,650 



274 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [5676 



Cupid at Vassar ; or, Vassar, a comedy 
with music, in 4 acts, by O. Davis. 
[Libretto only] © Owen Davis, 
New York, as the author. R 33112, 
Aug. 28, 1934. 1 

Dancing (The) girl; a drama in 4 acts, 
by Henry Arthur Jones. © Dorinda 
Thorne, London, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 33114, Aug. 28, 
1934. 2 

Father and the boys ; a drama in 4 
acts, by G. Ade. © George Ade, 
Brook, Ind., as the author. R 
33113, Aug. 28, 1934. 3 

Fifty miles from Boston ; a musical 
comedy in 3 acts, by G. M. Cohan. 
[Libretto] © George M. Cohan, 
New York, as the author. R 33350, 
Sept. 17, 1934. 4 

Jeanne d'Arc ; a play in 5 acts, by P. 
MacKaye. © Percy MacKaye, 
Windsor, Vt, as the author. R 
33308, Sept. 12, 1934. 5 

Joseph entangled ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Henry Arthur Jones. © Dorinda 
Thorne, London, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 33117, Aug. 29, 
1934. 6 

Men not wanted ; a comedietta, by B. 
E. Palmer. © Bell Elliott Palmer, 
Jacksonville, 111., as the author. R 
33277, Sept. 6, 1934. 7 

Mirror (The) of time; a play in 1 act, 
by C. W. Hogg. © Cyril Wentworth 
Hogg, London, as the author. R 
33287, Sept. 12, 1934. 8 

Old (An) sweetheart of mine; a drama 
in 4 acts, by O. Davis. © Owen 



Davis, New York, as the author. R 
33110, Aug. 28, 1934. 9 

Perfect (The) lover. See Price (The) 
of money. 

Price (The) of money ; or, The perfect 
lover, a play in 4 acts, by Alfred 
Sutro. © Esther Sutro, London, 
as the widow of the author. R 
33285, Sept. 12, 1934. 10 

Scorn of women; in 3 acts, by Jack 
London. © Charmian K. London, 
Glen Ellen, Calif., as the widow 
of the author. R 33309, Sept. 12, 
1934. 11 

Silver (The) king; a drama in 5 acts, 
by Henry Herman and Henry 
Arthur Jones. © Dorinda Thorne, 
London, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 33116, Aug. 28, 1934. 12 

Thief (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Henri Bernstein, adapted by C. Had- 
don Chambers. © Nelly Reilly, 
Paris, as the widow of the author of 
adaptation. R 33284, Sept. 12, 1934. 
13 

Two little rebels; a play in 2 acts, by 
Elise West. © Elise West Quaife, 
Tompkins Cove, N. Y., as the author. 
R 33111, Aug. 28, 1934. 14 

Vassar. See Cupid at "Vassar. 

Walls of Jericho; a play in 4 acts, 
by Alfred Sutro. © Esther Sutro, 
London, as the widow of the author. 
R 33286, Sept. 12, 1934. 15 

Young (The) Napoleon; dramatic 
composition, by G. M. Cohan. © 
George M. Cohan, New York, as the 
author. R 33349, Sept. 17, 1934. 16 



275 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Age (The) of innocence; from the 
novel by Edith Wharton and the 
play by Margaret Ayer Barnes, 
screen play by Sarah Y. Mason and 
Victor Heerman, directed by Philip 
Moeller. 9 reels. © Sept. 14, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Sept. 22 : L 
4959 ; RKO radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 5677 

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp. 
Reel. © Aug. 24, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
18; description Sept. 24; M 499S; 
Celebrity productions, inc., New 
York. 5678 

All sealed up ; no. 1714-15, story by 
Jack Henley, directed by Lloyd 
French. 2 reels. © Sept. 13, 1934 ; 

2 c. and description Sept. 14; L 
4944; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

5679 

Anything for a thrill; narrated by 
Ford Bond. (A world of sports) 
Reel. © Sept. 21, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
21 ; description Sept. 28 ; M 5009 ; 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 
5680 

Arctic (The) ; written and spoken by 
John P. Medbury. Reel. © Sept. 
12, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 4: description 
Sept. 17 ; M 4989 ; Futter corp., ltd., 
New York. 5681 

As old as time ; by Russell W. Yarney. 
© title, description and 47 prints 
reed. Sept. 25. 1934 ; M 5003 ; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 5682 

Atlantic service station housekeeping. 
© title and description reed. Sept. 1, 
1934 ; 3 prints reed. Aug. If) : M 4991 : 
Atlantic refining co., Philadelphia. 

5683 

Atlantic 12-points of service. © title 
and description reed. Sept. 1, 1934 ; 

3 prints reed. Aug. 16; M 4992: At- 
lantic refining co., Philadelphia. 

56S4 

Avenging fangs. See Law (The) of 
the wild. 

Avenging (The) trail. See Red (The) 
rider. 



Barretts (The) of Wimpole street; 
from the play by Rudolf Besier, 

screen play by Ernest Yajda, Clau- 
dine West and Donald Ogden Stew- 
ard, directed by Sidney Franklin. 
11 reels. © Aug. 28, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 13; L 4H40 : Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New York. 



Battle (The) of the strong. See Law 
(The) of the wild. 

Belle of the nineties; directed by Leo 
McCarey. 8 reels. © Sept. 21, 1934 ; 
2 c. Sept. 20; description Sept. 21; 
L 4955; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5686 

Betty Boop's little pal : animated by 
Myron Waldman and Edward Nolan, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© Sept. 20. 1934 : 2 c. Sept. 20 : de- 
scription Sept. 21; M 4995; Para- 
mount productions, inc.. Hollywood, 
Calif. 5687 

British agent; suggested by the book 
British agent by R. H. Bruce Lock- 
hart, screen play by Laird Doyle, 
dialogue director, Frank McDonald, 
directed by Michael Curtiz. !i reels. 
© Sept. 20. 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Sept. 27; L 4!>73: First national 
pictures, inc.. Now York. ."itlSS 

Capital! (Un) de Cosacos (A captain 
of Cossacks') ; based on a story by 
Joaquin Artegas, screen play by 
John Reinhardt and Stuart Anthony, 
dialogue by Jose Lopez Rubio, di- 
rected by John Reinhardt. 8 reels. 
© Sept. 12. 1934: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Sept. 14 ; L 4!)45 : Fox film corp.. 
New York. 6688 

Case (The) of the howling dog: from 
the story by Erie Stanley Gardner, 
screen play by Ben Markson, dia- 
logue director, Arthur Greville Col- 
lins, directed by Alan Crosland. 8 
reels. © Sept. 22, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 24: L 4963: War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

5690 



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pt. i, v. 7, no. 9, 1934 



5707 



Celebrating Keyport's 100th anniver- 
sary. © title, description and 6 
prints reed. Sept. 25, 1934; M 5001; 
Maynard Rosevear, Keyport, N. J. 

5691 

Chained; from an original story by 
Edgar Selwyn, screen play by John 
Lee Mahin, directed by Clarence 
Brown. 8 reels. © Sept. 1, 1934; 
2 c. and description Sept. 24; L 
4965 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5692 

Charlie Chan in London ; based on the 
character Charlie Chan created by 
Earl Derr Riggers, original screen 
play by Philip MacDonald, directed 
by Eugene Forde. 8 reels. © Sept. 
14, 1934; 2 c. and description Sept. 
18; L 4951; Fox film corp., New 
York. 5693 

Cold facts. 4 reels. © July 14, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Sept. S; M 
4965 ; Coca-cola co., Atlanta. 5694 

Cross-eyed (The) goony. See Law 
(The) of the wild. 

Dead (A) man's hand. See Law 
(The) of the wild. 

Death on the diamond ; from the book 
by Cortland Fitzsimmons, screen 
play by Harvey Thew, Joe Sherman 
and Ralph Spence, directed by Ed- 
ward Sedgwick. 7 reels. © Sept. 
11, 1934; 2 c. and description Sept. 
18; L 4952; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 5695 

Desirable; story and screen play by 
Mary McCall, jr., directed by Archie 
L. Mayo. 8 reels. © Sept. 22, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Sept. 24; L 
4964 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5696 

Diary of Catherine II. See Scarlet 
(The) empress. 

Double trouble. See Red (The) rider. 

Down to their last yacht ; from a story 
by Herbert Fields and Lou Brock, 
screen play by Marion Dix and Lynn 
Starling, directed by Paul Sloane. 
7 reels. © Aug. 24, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 26; L 4972; RKO 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5697 

Dragon (The) murder case; by S. S. 
Van Dine, screen play by F. Hugh 
Herbert and Robert N. Lee, adapta- 
tion by Rian James, dialogue di- 
rector Daniel Reed, directed by H. 
Bruce Humberstone. 7 reels. © 
Sept. 22, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 



Sept. 24 ; L 4961 ; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5698 

Dream house; story and dialogue by 
John A. Waldron, Harry McCoy, 
Earle Rodney and Lew Foster, di- 
rected by Del Lord. 2 reels. © 
Sept. 21, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Sept. 25; L 4969; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 5699 

Dream (A) walking ; animated by Sey- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Crandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. (A 
Popeye the sailor cartoon) Reel. 
© Sept. 26, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 27 ; de- 
scription Sept. 28; M 5008; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5700 

Dumb-bell letters ; program 3, 4, edited 
by Juliet Lowell from her collection 
of Dumb-bell letters. 1 reel each. 
© Sept. 10, 17, 1934; 2 c and de- 
scription each Sept. 26; M 5005, 
5006; Van Beuren corp., New York. 
5701, 5702 

Ferry-go-round ; story by Joseph A. 
Fields and Johnnie Grey, directed 
by Sam White. 2 reels. © Sept. 
14, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Sept. 
20; L 4954; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 5703 

Fighting caravans. See Wagon wheels. 

Fountain (The) ; from the novel by 
Charles Morgan, adaptation by Jane 
Murfin, dialogue by Samuel Hoffen- 
stein, directed by John Cromwell. 9 
reels. © Aug. 30; 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Sept. 7 ; L 4928 ; RKO radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 5704 

Friends of Mr. Sweeney; based on 
novel by Elmer Davis, screen play 
by Warren Duff & Sidney Suther- 
land, directed by Edward Ludwig. 
7 reels. © Sept. 22, 1934 ; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 24; L 4962; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 
5705 

Gift of gab; original story by Jerry 
Wald & Philip G. Epstein, screen 
play by Rian James, adaptation by 
Lou Breslow, directed by Karl 
Freund. 7 reels. © Sept. 17, 1934; 
2 c. Sept. 17; description Sept. 18; 
L 4950; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 5706 

Girl (A) of the Limberlost ; from the 
novel by Gene Stratton Porter, di- 
rected by Christy Cabanne. 9 reels. 
© Sept. 8, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Sept. 12; L 4937; Monogram 
pictures corp., New York. 5707 



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Good morning, Eve; no. 1702-03, 
screen play and dialogue by Cyrus 
Woods, Eddie Moran & A. Dorian 
Otvos, directed by Roy Mack. 2 
reels. © Sept. 26, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 27 ; L 4974 ; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5708 

Good (A) scout. (Willie Whopper 
cartoon) Reel. © Sept. 1. 1934; 
2 c. and description Sept. 4 ; M 4959 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5709 

Goofy movies ; no. 7 ; explanatory re- 
marks by Pete Smith. Reel. © 
Aug. 23, 1934; 2 c. and description 
Sept. 13; M 4985; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5710 

Granaderos del amor (Granadiers of 
love) ; based on story by William 
Kernell and John Reinhardt, screen 
play by John Reinhardt and Jose 
Lopez Rubio, dialogue by Jose Lopez 
Rubio, directed by John Reinhardt. 
8 reels. © Sept. 12, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 14; L 4946; Fox 
film corp., New York. 5711 

Gus Van and his neighbors ; story and 
direction by Milton Schwarzwald. 2 
reels. © Sept. 11, 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Sept. 12 ; L 4935 : Univer- 
pal pictures Corp., New York. 5712 

Have a heart ; story by B. G. De Sylva 
and David Butler, directed by David 
Butler. 8 reels. © Sept. 4, 1934; 
( 2 c. and description Sept. 10; L 
4930; Me,tro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5713 

His lucky day; story by William Wat- 
son & Arthur Jarrett. 2 reels. © 
Sept. 14, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Sept. 25; L 4970: Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 5714 

Hollywood here we come ; written and 
directed by Archie Gottler. 2 reels. 
© Aug. 29. 1934; 2 c. Sept. 4; de- 
scription Sept. 5; L 4925: Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 5715 

Human (The) adventure: story and 
narration by Charles Breasted, sci- 
entific supervision by James Henry 
Breasted. 8 reels. © Apr. 11, 1934 ; 
2 c. and description Aug. 2: M 4964; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 

5716 

Jail birds ; by Frank Moser and Paul 
Terry. Reel. © Sept. 21, 1934 : 2 e. 
and description Sept. 25 ; M 5000 ; 
Moser & Terry, inc., New Rochelle. 
N. Y. 5717 



Katnips (The) of 1940; story by Ben 
Harrison, animation by Manny 
Gould, Al Rose, Preston Blair. (A 
Krazy Kat cartoon) Reel. © Aug. 
22, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 4 ; description 
Sept. 5; M 4982; Screen gems, inc., 
Los Angeles. 5718 

King Kelly of the U.S.A.; story by 
George Bertholon and Howard Hig- 
gins, directed by Leonard Fields. 7 
reels. © Sept. 8. 1934 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Sept. 12; L 4936: Mono- 
gram pictures corp., New York. 

5719 

Law (The) of the wild; chap. 1, The 
man killer, 2, The battle of the 
strong, 3, The cross-eyed goony. 4, 
Avenging fangs, 5, A dead man's 
hand, story by Ford Beebe. John 
Rathmell. Al Martin, screen play by 
Sherman Loew, Breezy Eason, di- 
rected by Armand Schaefer and 
Breezy Eason. 11 reels. © Sept. 1, 
1934; 2 c. and description Sept. 6; 
L 4927; Mascot pictures corp.. New 
York. 5720 

Life's last laughs ; collected and pro- 
duced by Carl Stearns Clancy. Reel. 
© Sept. 20, 1934: 2 c. Sept. 21: de- 
scription Sept. 24: M 4S>97 : Colum- 
bia pictures corp.. New York. 5721 

Little Jack Little ; no. 1617. Reel. © 
Sept. 10, 1934 ; 2 c. and description 
Sept. 10; M 4968: Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 5722 

Lost (The) diamonds. See Red (The) 
rider. 

Lost (A) lady: by Willa Gather, 
screen play by Gene Markey & Kath- 
ryn Scola. edited by Owen Marks, 
directed by Alfred* E. Green. 7 
reels. © Sept. 25. 1934 : 2 c. and 
description Sept 26: L 4971: First 
national pictures, inc., New York. 

5723 

Man (The) killer. See Law (The) of 

the wild. 

Million dollar ransom ; story by Damon 
Runyon, directed by Murray Roth. 
7 reels. © Sept. 5, 1934: 2 c Sept. 
4; description Sept. 6; L 4926; Uni- 
versal pictures corp., New York. 

5724 

Mirrors ; no. 1689. Reel. © Sept. 10, 

1934: 2 c and description Sept. 10; 

M 49<17 : Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5725 



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5754 



Mountain melody; story by Bert Gra- 
net, directed by William AVatson. 
(Song hit story production) Reel. 
© Aug. 31, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Sept. 4; M 4958; Skibo pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 5726 

My mummy's arms ; no. 1692-93, story 
by Jack Henley & Justin Herman, 
directed by Ralph Shaub. 2 reels. 
© Sept. 6, 1934; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Sept. 14; M 4986; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5727 

Nite (A) in a nite club; directed by 
Milton Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © 
Aug. 31, 1934 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 ; descrip- 
tion Sept. 1 ; L 4920 ; Universal pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 5728 

Old Kentucky bounds ; story by Joseph 
Levering, directed by J. A. Duffy. 
Reel. © Sept. 5, 1934; 2 c. Sept. 
10; description Sept. 11; L 4931; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5729' 

On the air ; by Russell W. Varney. © 
title, description and 47 prints reed. 
Sept. 25, 1934; M 5002; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 5730 

On the way to bigger leavener busi- 
ness ; by Russell W. Varney. © 
title, description and 49 prints reed. 
Sept. 25, 1934; M 5004; Standard 
brands, inc., New York. 5731 

One-horse farmers; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Todd-Kelly comedy) 2 
reels. © Sept. 1, 1934; 2 c. and 
description Sept. 13 ; L 4939 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer distributing Corp., 
New York. 5732 

One in a million ; screen play and 
dialogue by Karl Brown and Robert 
Ellis, directed by Frank R. Strayer. 
7 reels. © Sept. 15, 1934 ; 2 c. Sept. 
17; description Sept. 24; L 4966; 
Invincible pictures corp., New York. 
5733 

One more chance ; story and dialogue 
by John A. Waldron, Earle Rodney, 
Harry McCoy, Lew Foster, directed 
by Mack Sennett. 2 reels. © Aug. 
31, 1934 ; 2 c. and description Sept. 
4; L 4922; Educational films corp. 
of America, New York. 5734 

Our undisciplined daughters. See 
School for girls. 

Paramount news. 1 reel each. 

© Paramount productions, inc., Hol- 
lywood, Calif